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How to Care for a Child With Diarrhea in Summer

If your child suffers from diarrhea during the summer, dehydration can prove dangerous. Here’s how you can be safe:

It’s seasonal

Summer diarrhea occurs during the hot summer months in infants and children and is caused by microbial contamination of food and poor hygiene.

It’s dangerous

Managing diarrhea is more difficult during summer because the heat causes the body to dehydrate due to excessive sweating. Children with diarrhea can lose large amounts of salts and water from their bodies and become dehydrated very quickly. Excessive vomiting and bowel movements can cause further dehydration. This condition, if not tackled well, can cause a lot of harm to your little one. What’s more, prolonged or recurrent diarrhea disturbs the normal development of a child, so it should be treated as soon as possible. This is possible by replenishing fluids that the child has lost, and by ensuring that he gets proper treatment.

It’s treatable

Hydration is critical. Continue your child’s regular diet, but make sure that you are feeding him more liquids. Avoid fruit juices, soft drinks, and instant soups.

Instead, offer coconut water, buttermilk, and cereal soups.

Homemade oral rehydration solutions (ORS) like shikanji, lassi, chacch, panna and probiotics are also recommended.

In the case of infants, increase their intake of breastmilk.

Econorm, a probiotic available in 105 countries and recommended by child specialists globally, is an ideal treatment of choice in diarrhea. It immediately normalizes the gut and keeps it healthy. It restores the good microbes and boosts immunity to fight against future infections.

Econorm helps stool formation from the second day of use, and also helps the child to gain weight lost during diarrhea episodes. Two sachets for five days of the yummy Tutti Fruitti Flavour of Econorm will ensure a diarrhea-free summer for your baby.

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Home remedies for diarrhoea

DIARRHOEA in infants can make them weak as they get dehydrated easily. Many parents wonder what food may help stop the diarrhoea. Homemade rehydration solution (ORS) like shikanji, lassi, chacch, rise-based ORS and panna, are always encouraged, as recommended by your doctor. The most important things that need to be emphasized are:
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