Tips for kids sleeping in an AC Room

May 06, 2024 20:29
Tips for kids sleeping in an AC Room

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Tips for kids sleeping in an AC Room:- As the temperature increases, the need for air conditioning (AC) increases. We notice that many families have become accustomed to keeping everyone, including babies, in one air-conditioned room. Although it is common to let your baby sleep in an air-conditioned room, it is important to take precautions to ensure your baby's comfort and health. If you let the baby sleep in an air-conditioned room, pay attention to the following points:

1. It is common for babies to sleep in air conditioners, but care must be taken to ensure that they do not get cold. Avoid placing it too low as this can cause discomfort and disrupt your baby's sleep.

2. Please be very careful when adjusting the temperature of your air conditioner. The ideal temperature is between 23 and 25 degrees Celsius so that the baby doesn't get too cold. Along the way, you can reduce it a little and then increase it again.

3. Make sure your baby is properly covered with a blanket or sheet to keep him warm while sleeping. Just avoid wearing a vest as it causes colds, coughs and phlegm.

4. Keep your child away from direct airflow to avoid cold air hitting the face, soles of the feet and head. Place your baby on one side of your baby to sleep. Children can get headaches when the wind hits them on the head.

5. Children's skin is sensitive and prone to dryness. Apply oil or moisturizer to your baby's skin to combat dryness caused by prolonged exposure to air conditioning. Mustard oil is particularly beneficial for the chest, stomach and back areas and helps keep them moist and warm.

6. Be sure to clean your air conditioner weekly to prevent the accumulation of dust and dirt that can cause allergies and breathing problems in your baby.

To help your baby sleep better in an air-conditioned room, parents can create a comfortable and safe environment and reduce the potential health risks associated with air conditioning by following these precautions.

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