Generally, adults who feel hot, cold, dry or humid are the same for children, and children are even more sensitive. You can usually pay more attention to the room temperature, humidity, cleanliness, and air freshness in your home:
Room temperature: generally 18-24°C is appropriate. If the temperature exceeds this range, children will feel hot and cold. If the temperature is too low, they will easily catch cold; if the room temperature is too high, the baby will sweat profusely when playing and eating. If the room temperature is too low, the baby will feel cold in a quiet and sleeping state. Mom and dad need to adjust the thickness and size of the baby’s clothes and covers according to the room temperature.
Humidity: It is more comfortable to maintain indoor humidity at 50%-60%. If the humidity is too low, the survival time of viruses mixed in dust, droplets, and suspended solids is prolonged, and it is also not conducive to the humidification and cleaning of the air by the respiratory mucosa, and to resist the intrusion of pathogenic microorganisms and allergic substances. If the humidity is too high, molds, mites and other harmful substances can easily breed.
Cleanliness: There will be mites in the dust, so the house needs to be cleaned regularly to avoid dust accumulation;
Freshness: In the case of good outdoor air, indoor ventilation should be at least once a day for 10-20 minutes each time;
Items that release dust in the home, such as plush toys, pillows, carpets, fabric sofas, etc., should be as few as possible;
Families with a large population should also pay attention to the impact of adult dander on children, and adults should also pay attention to applying skin care lotion after bathing;
Family with pets should also pay attention to the cleanliness of pet hair.