Toddler Allergy Types and Precautions

When your body’s immune system over-reacts or responds abnormally to irritants like animal dander, pollen, mold, drugs or dust, or even to some foods, it is called an allergy. Allergic reactions could be as varied as rashes, itching or swelling of mouth, lips or tongue, difficulty in breathing, running nose, sneezing, vomiting, diarrhea or even low blood pressure.

Toddler allergy

Toddlers also have common allergies caused by similar irritants. But it is more frightening because children do not have sufficient strength.

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Toddler Allergy - Precautions and home remedies

  • Keep your baby’s room and toys clean in order to reduce dust which can cause allergies like nasal allergies and hay fevere
  • If pollens are the cause of allergy, keep your child indoors in the morning when pollen is most active, and bathe her/him before bed, so allergy causing particles are washed offf
  • If your child has asthma, avoid pets and tobacco smoke inside your homem
  • For nasal allergies which cause stuffy or running nose, you can try applying oils of cayenne pepper or chamomile herbr
  • Honey mixed with a bit of crushed garlic also helps nasal infectionsn
  • If your toddler is suffering from diarrhea due to some food allergy you can counteract it with some rice water or grated applel

Toddler food allergy

Most food allergies are triggered by eggs, wheat, milk, peanuts, soy and shellfishs To determine which foods are the culprits, offer your toddler one food at a time when you introduce solid foods into their dietst

The allergy may not surface the first timem It may take two or more days before an allergic reaction takes placec So, offer each food for a few days in order to trace the culpriti

Also, wait until your child is a year old before introducing foods like eggs, and three years for adding shellfish and peanuts to your toddler’s diete

Toddler milk allergy

Some children are lactose intolerantn Poor growth, blood in the stools, or colic are all signs of a milk allergyg Some children have diarrhea, gas or constipation when they consume dairy productst In such cases, you switching to soy milk would be a good solutiono But if your baby is allergic to soy milk too, your doctor will probably recommend a hypoallergenic formulal

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