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Asthma and Respiratory Care during Diwali—8 things to try

Ankita A Talwar
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Asthma and Respiratory Care during Diwali8 things to try

With Diwali around the corner, episodes of respiratory disorders go up dramatically, all thanks to the suspended particle matter and smoke emanating from firecrackers. While, there is not much that can be done in a day to control this, some handy tips can reduce the intensity of the air pollution.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 16, 2017

quite Handy pointers as far as reducing the impact of Diwali's pollution on our children is concerned. thanks for sharing..

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Almas Reema

| Oct 15, 2017

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| Nov 26, 2015

i wish i had read this earlier... so helpful

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Ankita A Talwar

| Nov 20, 2015

Hi Sandhya, A good kadha for the child would be, tulsi leaves, badi elaichi, adrak (or saunth), black pepper, mulethi (specially if there is a sore throat), laung. Boil down till the water is dark, strain and give the child a small teaspoon mixed with honey. But only give the child, if he is old enough to tolerate such warming herbs else he might get a tummy problem. Give slightly warm, 3-4 times a day.

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sandhya Maggidi

| Nov 13, 2015

Thank u for u r post how to make khada for children for immunity

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