How to Maintain Children’s Health


How to Maintain Children’s Health – In this world health is number 1. Health is a very important thing to maintain. Especially for children who are still not mature enough. Children must stay healthy because there are so many activities. Activities that are usually done by children in their time are playing games, playing outside the house with their friends. Then how to maintain the health of the child’s body so as not to get sick easily? Here’s how to keep kids healthy.

1. Get used to children diligently washing hands
Familiarizing your little one to diligently wash their hands the right way is one of the simplest steps to maintain a child’s health. Teach children to wash their hands after blowing their nose, using the toilet, and before and after eating.
That way, you are helping reduce the risk of your child getting the disease and preventing him from spreading the disease to others, including his friends at school.

2. Boost the child’s immune system
Disease can be avoided, as long as the child has a good immune system. To boost your little one’s immunity, make sure that he gets enough sleep, eats a healthy diet, and exercises regularly.
Ensuring mental health is also important for boosting a child’s immune system. So, take the steps below so that children are not too stressed in living their lives both at school and at home. Make sure he has enough time to play and joke with those closest to him.

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3. Teach healthy habits
Teach your child not to rub his eyes constantly with his hands, because germs from his hands can get into his eyes. Don’t share glasses or toothbrushes with other people because they can transfer germs.
In addition, teach children to cover their mouth and nose when sneezing or coughing, and don’t get too close to people who are coughing or sneezing. Because germs can move, causing children to get sick.

4. Provide immunizations and routine check-ups for children
Familiarizing children to undergo routine health checks such as dental and eye checks, will help early detection if the child is exposed to certain diseases. This step is also an effective disease prevention measure.
In addition, the provision of vaccines is also very important, so that children are protected from various harmful viruses and bacteria. Make sure the child has received the basic immunization recommended by the Indonesian Pediatrician Association (IDAI).

5. Serving healthy food for children
Providing healthy food is an important step to maintain the health of children. So, instead of giving children foods that are full of fat, sugar, and high in calories, such as fast food, serve healthy foods at home.
That way the child will get used to eating processed foods that are fresh and nutritious. Make sure in one plate there are a variety of healthy foods such as vegetables, lean meat, fish, and nuts.