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how to cure conjunctivitis in children

conjunctivitis, is a’inflammation of the conjunctiva, a thin, transparent tissue that covers the white part of the eyes. This is usually the result of a’bacterial or viral infection or an allergic reaction. It can also occur due to pollen, dust or smoke causing irritation to the eyes. This is one of the most common eye infections that can affect adults and children in the same way. It can occur in one or both eyes. Some of the common symptoms of conjunctivitis in children are redness in the white of the eyes, redness on the lower edge of the eyelid, inflammation of the eyes and drain the aqueous. Can also cause mild pain in the’the eye in the initial phase, which becomes serious with the hours that pass, and is accompanied by pain, itching and a burning sensation. In most cases, l’infection resolves in five to seven days without medical treatment. However, if the symptoms become too troublesome, may be required l’medical assistance. Also conjunctivitis, when it becomes chronic it can lead to permanent damage to the eyes. In the meantime, you can use natural remedies to alleviate the symptoms and accelerate the healing of the’infection. We will then how to treat conjunctivitis in children:

a cold compress is one of the best remedies for conjunctivitis can relieve the itching and swelling, then soak a soft, clean, lint-free cloth in cold water, and wring out l’an excess of water. Press gently over the eyelid closed of your child for a few minutes. To do it more times per day. You can also use a warm compress to help relieve the conjunctivitis. And the ‘effective in reducing pain and l’inflammation of the eyes as well as the secretions. Proceed then, after l’ cold compress with a warm one, in the same way. L’ apple vinegar, thanks to its antimicrobial properties, helps fight bacterial infections one of the main causes of conjunctivitis, then add ¼ teaspoon of apple cider vinegar is not filtered, ½ cup of boiled and cooled water. Dip a cotton ball in this solution and apply the solution on’infected eye. (Use 2 cotton balls if both eyes are infected.)

 

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