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What to do when the voice was gone

Tiny little wet my feet while walking, only coughing yesterday. But today he lost his voice at all. Perhaps you, too, faced with a similar situation. Loss of voice - fairly common disease that can be caused not only by hypothermia, but also by other factors, including: stress, fear, getting a foreign body in the throat and so on.

What to do when the voice was gone

Loss of voice, a child may be a consequence of emotional tension (fear, stress, fear). In this case, you can not yell at him, to abuse of any sort was an oversight, even to talk to him in a raised voice. All these actions can only exacerbate the already difficult situation. Be sure to give your child a sedative, but do not dwell on this, so as not to trigger a new wave of anxiety fact the medication. Spasm of the larynx is also one of the possible reasons for the loss of voice. It arises from the ingress of foreign bodies into the larynx, chemical compounds or their vapors. This results in the closure of the glottis, which in turn gives rise to lack of breathing. Such cramps, usually are not long-lasting. The larynx is opened after the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the blood, respectively, and breathing is restored. In the case of a foreign object entering not do without surgery. The child, who appeared spasm of the larynx, required urgent hospitalization. The voice may be lost during a cold. To get it back, you will need a glass of hot milk (40 degrees). Melt it 1 teaspoon of butter and 2 teaspoons of honey. Let the child drink it 2-3 times a day. After each wrap the neck of the baby warm scarf or remove at least half an hour. Another effective method of dealing with a cold - inhalation. Mix chamomile, lime and eucalyptus (1: 1: 1). 2 tablespoons collection pour water (0.5 L). Then bring the water to boil. After that, put the pan with broth on the table, and let the child breathe on it (ferry). On top of it must be covered with a large head with a towel or blanket to steam too quickly scattered. It would be better if you put your baby on his knees and hid with him, or he may get burned with steam or hot pan. After the procedure, wrap the baby, be sure to put on his hat and warm socks. If a baby has lost his voice, it is important that he spoke as little as possible, even in a whisper, as if whispering vocal cords are experiencing the same voltage as when crying. Let him drink plenty of warm (not hot!), Since the liquid is necessary to preserve moisture in the throat.