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Autumn children's clothes should not be too warm
The autumn season has arrived, although the weather has not turned cold, but the temperature difference between day and night has appeared, many young parents get up at least ten times a night, the purpose is to cover the children. Recently, many parents complained that although they got up for ten times to cover their children, it is not uncommon for children to have a cold or cough. The pediatrician of Chinese medicine has clearly pointed out that the quilt is often used only because it is covered too much.
Wang Xiafang, director of the Pediatrics Department of Shanghai Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital and vice president of the Chinese Academy of Pediatrics and Pediatrics, pointed out that parents must have certain control over the children's clothing. They should not let the children wear too warm and cover too much. Therefore, experts advocate: to learn from the West in terms of diet, and to learn from the elderly when wearing a cover. One night, the parents got up and covered the quilt ten times. The problem was that the child was covered too much and it was too easy to sweat. According to the Chinese medicine theory, if the internal fire rises and the internal heat is high, the pores are easy to open, and the cold air is easy to “take the opportunity to enter.” Therefore, colds and coughs are inevitable.
Experts remind parents to maintain “three-point hunger” and “three-point cold” for the warmth and feeding of clothes. The so-called “three-point hunger” is not to say “hungry,” but every meal can be digested, but also has the feeling of “hunger”, so that every meal is easy to digest, and new food can be taken. In. The “three-point cold” means that the clothes are not worn too much and are too thick. When you change to the fall in the summer, you should add it slowly; when you change to the spring in the winter, slowly take off.
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