Get sick once you get sick?

Get sick once you get sick?

“Strong immunity means no sickness!

“Parents usually think so, but they don’t.

Human immunity is divided into two parts: innate immunity and acquired immunity.

Innate immunity is innate, and everyone has it. For example, stomach acid, sialic acid, mucous membranes of the respiratory tract, and blood cells can sterilize, sweat, urinate, and defecate, and inhibit bacteria.

Innate immunity is non-absolute, has no specificity, and does not target certain viruses or bacteria.

Acquired immunity is acquired immunity, which is acquired after getting sick. It is a kind of specific essential immunity.

The acquisition of this immunity is very similar to the interaction between people. Without meeting each other, it is impossible to impress each other.

The body has not been exposed to a certain germ, nor does it attach importance to it. Of course, it has no ability to resist it.

Only after meeting the germs on the narrow road, they have fought each other, activated the immune system in the body, and the next time it comes to invade, the immune system will sound the alarm and actively resist.

Therefore, don’t expect your child to be sick. You must know that every time your child gets sick, the immune system’s “registration” of germs will increase, and your child’s immunity will go up to a new level.

“The treatment is too aggressive, and before the immune system has time to start, the germs disappear, which is equivalent to a single disease.

“Some parents are anxious at the sight of their child’s illness, hoping to use antibiotics to suppress the illness immediately. In fact, this is actually not good for the child’s health.

The child has been heavily treated with antibiotics since the beginning of the illness, and will kill the germs as soon as the body’s immune system has no time to cause a defensive response to the germs. The next time the germs strike, the child will still be recruited, which is equivalent to the childOnce white and once sick.

What is more serious is that the use of antibiotics does not improve immunity at all, but it will affect the formation of the body’s immunity and cause potential effects.

This is why the more parents attach great importance to the child’s morbidity and actively treat the child, the weaker the child’s resistance, while some parents seem to be “rough”, less sensitive to the child’s reaction to the disease, but the child does not love to get the disease.

“Strong resistance means not being sick, but recovering quickly after getting sick.

“It’s not that children can’t get sick for a year, they are more resistant than children who get sick ten times a year.

It depends on how resistant the child is, not how many times he gets sick in a year, or whether he recovers quickly or slowly after getting sick.

Two children had the same illness at the same time. One child would be fine for two days, and the other child would be fine for five or six days, indicating that the first child had a strong resistance.

Sickness is like difficulties in life. We cannot pray that we will not encounter difficulties in our lives, but that we have the ability to resolve difficulties.

Some people always find ways to solve their difficulties, and some people can’t solve their minor troubles.

The same is true of the child’s illness. The child is not a thin piece of paper, it will be broken immediately. Give him the opportunity to allow him to continuously improve his resistance through the illness, let the body resolve the difficulties, and his ability to recover health is getting stronger.

I want to tell you that your child is sick. What is going to the hospital?

A simple indication is to look at the child’s mental state, not to see if he has a high fever or a bad cough, because the mental state is a comprehensive manifestation of the whole body.

Although the child burns to 39 ° C or even 40 ° C, as long as he plays well, eats well, and sleeps well, the illness will not be serious.

On the contrary, the child was only over 37 ° C, but his spirit was very poor. Instead, he had to go to the hospital for examination.