Natural Remedies For Chest Congestion In Toddlers
First, use saline nasal drops to help break up the mucus. 8 Then squeeze the air out of the bulb. Place the tip gently into your child’s nostril. Slowly release your grip on the bulb. As air re-enters, it pulls mucus into the bulb..
Certain medications or foods such as peanuts or milk can also trigger allergic reactions. A runny nose and nasal congestion from allergies can turn into chest congestion. Other symptoms of allergies in children include: Itchy/watery eyes. Skin problems (rashes, eczema, hives, etc.) Difficulty breathing/asthma. One of the most simple toddler cough remedies involves salt and water. Simply mix one-half teaspoon of salt with 8 ounces of water, then have your child gargle the solution. It should ease...