A runny nose is a common problem in babies. Their immature immune system takes a toll on their health. And a baby’s constant urge to touch new things or put them in his mouth makes him more susceptible to catching infections. Where adults can simply pop in a pill and get over with a bout of cold or flu, it may not be the same for babies. What may work are home remedies for a runny nose in babies. This is because over-the-counter medicines are not good for your munchkin because of their probable side effects. If you are searching for some effective home remedies for a running nose for toddlers and babies, this is just the right video for you!
Apart from the home remedies for running nose in kids mentioned here, make sure your baby is fully clothed and is wearing ample warm clothes in winters. If your baby or toddler does not feel better by using any of the home remedial measures mentioned here, medical intervention may be required. We suggest that you seek your doctor’s help.
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