Sore throats are a common disorder among children. These sore throats are also known as red throats, tonsillitis or pharyngitis, and are the cause of many sleepless nights. Sore throat is an inflammation, most often accompanied by swallowing pain, which can cause the child to refuse food or water.
Depending on the cause of the sore throat, a viral or bacterial infection, the baby may experience pain in the neck and ears, and in some cases, fever may develop. The greatest concern during throat pain is dehydration, due to the child's refusal to swallow food or water, which can also lead to fatigue or muscle pain.
How sore throat manifests in children
• inflammation of the lymph nodes located on both sides of the neck;
• the presence of white spots on the back and sides of the neck;
• small red spots on the sky of the mouth and inflammation of the little man;
• decreased appetite;
• moderate fever;
• hoarseness and irritation of the eyes;
• the nose is flowing or is clogged.
Most sore throats are caused by viruses and do not require antibiotics. Easy treatment at home is recommended - rest, plenty of fluids, anti-inflammatory drugs and neck pills.
If the symptoms worsen, then we can consider that the infection is bacterial and that it is time to contact the doctor. Following a pharyngeal exudate, he will determine what led to the infection and recommend appropriate treatment. Streptococcal infections are among the most common, especially in children who are in kindergarten and school.
It is well known that antibacterial drugs treat infections of the neck caused by a bacterium. Antifungal drugs are recommended to treat the infection caused by a fungus located in the neck. Antiviral drugs treat viral infections of the neck, while antihistamines fight infections caused by allergies.
Natural remedies for sore throats
• warm tea with honey and lemon;
• honey-sweetened lemonade;
• poultice with cabbage leaves or potatoes.
All this helps a lot in restoring a better mood and relieving pain.
To maintain the health of the respiratory system and to help clear the airways, you can rely on PROPOSEPT M, suction tablets, based on the tincture of propolis, vitamin C, methylene blue and peppermint essential oils, eucalyptus, basil and pine . Proposept M tablets have a pleasing taste for children, with a strong antimicrobial and antiseptic effect, relieving sore throats and acting as a decongestant.
Dosage and method of administration:
Children over 6 years: 1-2 tablets per day
Adults: 3 tablets daily
It is recommended to avoid the consumption of food and drinks for 30 minutes after administration.
This product is a dietary supplement and is released without a prescription.
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