How to : How to do: Prevent Childhood Asthma
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Instructions Quick Tip:
Including foods rich in omega-3 fats in your diet, as well as your child’s, may reduce the risk of childhood allergies developing. Step 1 Provide your child clean air to breathe indoors and outdoors. A pure environment reduces asthma risks, making life healthier and happier for the entire family. Did You Know:
Seven million American children suffer from asthma. Step 2 Test your child for allergies before the age of 5, seeking early treatment to prevent other allergies from developing.
Step 3 Get a flu shot to protect your child from catching and developing respiratory infections which may increase asthma risk. Children over six months should also get a flu shot.
Step 4 Reduce airborne allergens by using hypoallergenic covers on your baby’s bedding. Also, clean your carpets and upholstery with benzyl benzoate.
Step 5 Breastfeed your child for four to six months to encourage a strong immune system. Wait until the child is six months old to introduce solid foods. Quick Tip:
If you must supplement breast milk with formula, use only hypoallergenic brands. Step 6 Avoid smoke if you’re pregnant. After birth, prevent your child’s exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke.