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Nebulizers tips What specific tips can help parents make nebulization part of my child's daily routine?

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  • Cheilie Jan 18, 2009

    My son has been GREAT with his nebulizer for the last 3 months. We would always come home from school and daycare, put on a Baby Einstein DVD and watch "Puppets" while we did his medicine. For the last 3 days, he has refused to do it! He throws an enormous fit when we turn on the mask. We've tried books, his favorite toy, his favorite activity (folding laundry, God love him) and even Grandma came to help today. He still refuses. Any hints?

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You can use saltair at home which also worked well to gets control over asthma. Or if you looking for new inhaler then may check online stores like "salinetherapy".

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Making asthma treatment a natural part of your child’s daily routine is important and does not have to be challenging. The following are just a few tips. Do the treatment(s) at the same time each day, so that your child comes to expect it as a regular part of the daily routine. Entertain your child with videos, music tapes, toys, coloring books, puzzles, looking at books, or reading to your child during treatment. You should put the mask on a favorite stuffed toy or doll first. Show how much fun the toy is having or how brave it is. Then, transfer the mask to your child.

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Why do young child struggle in daily routines?


There are many reasons a young child may struggle with day to day routines. The most common reason is their attention span. Up to the age of 5 years old, a child usually has one minute of attention span per age, so a 2 year old has a two minute attention span, a 4 year old has a 4 minute attention span, and so on and so forth.

The second most common reason is that they are given too much responsibility too soon. While children can help with chores at all ages, the chores need to be age appropriate, so you might give a 2 year old a dust rag to wipe a table with but you wouldn't give them a vacuum cleaner of course.

Another common reason is that children don't get nearly enough sound sleep these days. Infants and toddlers need on average 12-14 hours of sleep a night. Some may be able to get away with as few as 10 hours, and others may need as many as 16 hours of sleep a night. 3-5 year old's need anywhere from 10-13 hours of sleep a night and some need as many as 14 hours of sleep a night, while others can survive on only 9 hours of sleep a night. Older children in the 6-13 range need a minimum of 9 hours a sleep a night, and the average child in that range needs 10-11 hours of sleep. Some get by on as few as 7 hours while others need as many as 12 hours. No child under the age of 13 should be sleeping less than 9 hours a night. If they are, it could be one of the reasons that you struggle with the day to day routine, especially if it's the morning routine.

Other common reasons for a child having a hard time with a day to day routine is the need for a nap, not drinking enough water, too long of a wait between meals or snacks that's causing low blood pressure, and distractions by siblings, video games, etc.

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There is no fixed age to move your kid to a toddler bed. You can use their and readiness to guide you. Sometimes parents move their kids out of the crib once they are able to climb out by themselves as this can result in an injury, so it's safer to be in a toddler bed. Here are some tips for helping to make the transition a smooth one:

Relax - If you are tense about your kid moving from the crib, they will pick up on it. Don't rush the move as toddlers like to do things in their own time. Some kids are very excited to make the transition to a more grown up bed but others are fearful. If your child is reluctant, you could let them use it just for daytime naps at the beginning.

Involve your child - make the move to a toddler bed a joint project. Let your child have a say in what kind of bed they would like. If that's not possible, you can always let them pick out a new duvet cover or sheets.

Keep the bedtime routine - moving beds is a big enough move. Don't make any changes to the bedtime routine. Kids love the stability of routine. So if you usually read a story or sing to your child before bedtime, do exactly the same thing once they are in their bed.

Don't panic - some kids sleep really well from their first night in a toddler bed and others take ages to settle. If your child keeps getting up and coming to your room, don't panic. Try not to get cross or turn the issue into a battleground. Just firmly but lovingly take your child back to their own bed. If you stick to this method, your child will eventually get the message.

Be positive - Even if it doesn't seem like a big deal to you, it's a huge transition for your toddler as it marks a movement from baby days to toddler ones. Gives lots of praise, even for the small successes and you will help your child feel self-confident and proud at this milestone.

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