Children and adults with viral infections, which antibiotics cannot treat, usually recover when the illness has run its course. Colds, a type of viral infection, can last for up to two weeks. You should keep your healthcare provider informed if your or your child’s illness gets worse or lasts longer than expected. Over-the-counter medicines may help relieve some symptoms.
Cough and cold symptoms usually go away without treatment after a certain amount of time. Over-the-counter cough and cold medicines will not cure the common cold, but may give some temporary relief of symptoms. Parents should consult their child’s healthcare provider if they have any concerns or questions about giving their child a medication. Parents should always tell their child’s healthcare provider about all prescription and over-the-counter medicines they are giving their child.
For upper respiratory infections, such as sore throats, ear infections, sinus infections, colds, and bronchitis, try the following:
- Get plenty of rest
- Drink plenty of fluids
- Use a clean humidifier or cool mist vaporizer
- Avoid smoking, second-hand smoke, and other pollutants (airborne chemicals or irritants)
Take homeopathic medicine to relieve pain or fever of you& your child.
- Homeopathic is safe to give your child even improve your immunity .
- Aconite nap 30 1drop before 1 hr (going to exposure of cold air)