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Kako se borimo s temperaturom kad lekovi ne deluju? | How are we fighting with fever when medicine dont w

Kada lekovi ne pomažu a temperatura nenormalno skače ja se vraćam starim narodnim metodama.

Puno saveta dobijate od mama, baba, svekrva, ujni, strina, komšinica.

Svaka ima neki svoj način.

Mi imamo jako veliki problem s temperaturom jer nenormalno brzo raste a jako je teško obatamo i držimo po kontrolom. 

Ove tri stvari radim kad ne mogu da joj oborim temperaturu:

  1. Domaće vinsko sirće razblažiti vodom, nakvasiti čarapice i obujete dete. Preko njih obavezno suve čarape. Kad primetite da su čarape bas tople i polu osušene skinete ih. Provereno obara temperaturu.
  2. Oljuštite krompir i isečete dva koluta. Stavite ih na nogice detetu i preko obujete čarape. Držite to par minuta i nakon toga skinite. Pomaže ali ne tako efikasnost kao sirće.
  3. Tuširanje mlakom vodom ostavljam baš za hitne slučajeve. Mi ovo primenjujemo samo kada temperatura brzo skače a lek (sirup ili čepić) još nije prodelovao. 

Sve ovo može a i ne mora da pomogne. Zavisi od deteta. Nama je do sad pomagalo.

Nisam lekar, ovo je samo moje lično iskustvo.

A kako vi obrate deci temperaturu?


When medicines do not help and the temperature jumps abnormally, I return to the old folk methods.

You get a lot of advice from mom, grandma, mother-in-law, aunts, aunts, neighbors.

Each has its own way.

We have a very big problem with the temperature because it grows abnormally fast and it is very difficult to keep it under control.

I do these three things when I can’t bring down her temperature:

Dilute homemade wine vinegar with water, wet socks and put on a child’s shoes.  Be sure to wear dry socks over them.  When you notice that the socks are very warm and semi-dried, take them off.  Proven to lower the temperature. Peel the potatoes and cut into two rings.  Put them on the child’s feet and put on socks.  Hold it for a few minutes and then take it off.  It helps, but not as efficiently as vinegar. I leave the shower with lukewarm water just for emergencies.  We apply this only when the temperature jumps quickly and the medicine (syrup or suppository) has not yet worked.

All this may or may not help.  It depends on the child.  It has helped us so far.

I’m not a doctor, this is just my personal experience.

And how do you treat children’s temperature?