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In winter, parents see that transmitting to children is easy because microbes don't stop them.
Strong immunity and hygiene play an important role in protecting children from cold and grabbing, so journalists advise at a few points where the immunity of children is strengthened:
Drag: The deposit is one of the strong key immunity keys. The newborn must sleep 18 hours and the toddler is between 12 and 13 hours and in the preschool the children should sleep 10 hours every day, less than 9 hours after the age of 8.
Nutrition: Food balance is important for the immune system to function. Baby needs protein, vitamins, minerals and healthy fats, so give your child citrus fruits, carrots, greasy vegetables, legumes, yogurt, meat and fish.
Cleanliness: Train your child to wash their hands for and still eat, and clean and wash before he shifts his eyes to his nose.