5 Tips for Keeping Your Child Healthy During Holidays

 5 Tips for Keeping Your Child Healthy During Holidays
Holidays have arrived, that's the word we often hear during holidays. And usually children want to take a vacation and take a walk somewhere to treat their fatigue during school. However, usually after returning from vacation or during holidays, children will feel exhausted and eventually fall ill.

If the child has fallen ill, parents will be bothered themselves, so you should teach your child to start a healthy lifestyle from an early age.

To avoid this, then here we will share information and tips to keep your child healthy during the holidays. How are the tips? Come see the tips below.

1. Maintain Hand Hygiene

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends hand washing as often as possible, given the fact that this movement is able to reduce the risk of respiratory tract disorders by 45 percent. In addition, 80 percent of the distribution of germs is also done through touch, while children will definitely touch many objects while on vacation. Selali remind your child to wash their hands before and after eating, after sneezing and maybe after playing with a pet. Try to always use soap that contains antiseptics every time you wash your hands.

2. Choose Healthy Food & Drink
Usually when on vacation, parents pay less attention to what foods and drinks are consumed by their children. Yes ... vacation is usually the reason why parents often provide fast food or junk food to their children. Even though food and drink are important factors to maintain children's health. Keep giving the child food four healthy five perfect. Always provide water, to reduce the habit of drinking soft drinks. Try also to remind your child to eat regularly and not delay, this trick can usually prevent children from consuming other foods such as junk food or fast food.

3. Avoid direct contact with the child's face
Usually people who are anxious with their cute children often put their faces on the child. The thing you don't know is, when you attach your face to a child, you will indirectly infect the child with viruses and bacteria from you, such as influenza, coughing, etc. Avoid as much as possible direct contact with the child's face, especially if you are experiencing pain.

4. Stay Active
Try to get your child to actively play outside such as cycling, running, and so on. The most important thing is that the child must actively move and sweat. This can strengthen the child's immune system. Do not let your children linger in watching TV, playing computers and keeping quiet because it is not good for their health, especially their eyes.

5. Get enough rest
When on vacation usually children will wake up later than when they go to school. This is normal. However, if it is excessive, it is not good for children. Try to rest according to the schedule, don't sleep too late at night. When sleeping, the body parts of the children will rest and restore their energy that has been used all day. In addition, sleep will also increase immunity and renew dead cells. So that children continue to rest enough when on vacation, apply the same bedtime with their daily routine. Don't forget to bring your favorite objects, such as dolls, pillows, or blankets that will make him feel comfortable even though he is not at home.

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