If it’s cold in the north, people’s bathing frequency itself is not so high, maybe it can be understood. But in the hot and humid southern areas, such as Guangzhou and Hainan, this is obviously not applicable… It can’t be done without taking a bath for three days! But baby can’t take a bath at all times, so when can’t baby take a bath? Look at Baoma!
What conditions can not bathe the baby?
Although the decline in the U.S. fertility rate has not yet caused the kind of serious imbalance in aging countries such as Japan or Italy, it has also alarmed policymakers The babies in the month have frequent urination and defecation. Many mothers like to bathe their babies every day, hoping to make them fresh and fresh every day. However, Xiaobian reminds that the following circumstances are not suitable for bathing the baby.
After vaccination, there will be a series of adverse reactions, such as redness and swelling, crying and so on. However, the baby may also have these symptoms caused by bathing. In order to better distinguish the discomfort of the baby, it is better not to bathe the baby after vaccination.
If you encounter frequent vomiting, do not bathe your baby temporarily. Because it is inevitable to move the baby when bathing, which will aggravate the vomiting and cause the vomit to be inhaled by mistake when not paying attention. For the sake of baby’s health and safety, when the baby vomits frequently, pay attention not to bathe the baby.
It is not recommended to take a bath within 48 hours when the baby has fever or fever subsides. Bathing a feverish baby can easily cause shivering and even convulsion. Improper bathing can sometimes close the pores of the skin, lead to a higher body temperature, aggravate the disease, sometimes make the whole body skin capillaries dilate and congest, resulting in the lack of blood supply to the main organs of the baby’s body. In addition, the resistance of the baby after fever is very poor, and it is easy to take a bath immediately, which may cause fever again, or the fever is more serious. Therefore, it is recommended to take a bath for the baby 48 hours after the fever subsides.
Do not bathe when the baby has skin damage. Baby skin damage, such as pustules, boils, scalds, trauma, etc., at this time should not take a bath. Because the damaged part of the skin will have wound, bathing will make the wound spread or be polluted. And if there is damage to the baby’s skin in love to bathe, in case of encounter with unclean water, it will aggravate the degree of damage to the baby’s skin, or cause a series of unnecessary complications. Do not bathe your baby in case of skin damage.
Do not bathe immediately after feeding. Bathing immediately after feeding will make more blood flow to the expanded epidermal blood vessels stimulated by hot water, while the blood supply to the abdominal cavity will be relatively reduced, which will affect the digestive function of the baby. Secondly, because the baby’s stomach is dilated after feeding, taking a bath immediately is also easy to cause vomiting. Therefore, it is advisable to take a bath 1-2 hours after feeding.
The baby bathes more, not only can keep the skin clean, but also can cool off the heat. But when the baby is in the situation mentioned in this article, parents should avoid bathing the baby. If you have any questions about children’s health habits and other home-based knowledge, please continue to pay attention to Baibai safety net children’s personal health and safety common sense column.