It’s important to know how to teach your children about asthma. If your children are asthmatic, knowing how to recognize triggers, what to do about their symptoms and how to prevent attacks can help them saves their own lives.
Here’s how to help them…
Teach Them A Game
Use games to help teach young children about their asthma triggers. For example, help them draw pictures of the things they may need to avoid, such as pets, flowers or dusty rooms.
Teach Them About Their Toys
Does your child like to sleep with a certain toy that may trigger an attack? Explain to them why their favorite dust-collecting toy has to be put away at night, and show them how to put that toy to bed inside their toy box.
However, if your child just can’t sleep without a toy, consider buying your child a hypo-allergenic alternative, or placing their favorite toy in the freezer for 24 hours once every three weeks to help kill dust mites.
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