If your baby sweats without signs such as high fever, respiratory disorder or tonsillitis. Mothers should not be too worried.
In many cases, babies sweat after breastfeeding or bottle feeding. This is a normal physiological phenomenon in children. Babies sweat to cool their bodies or in response to the warmth of the milk. Other babies tend to sweat a lot at night, also known as sweating.
This sweating is often seen in children with vitamin D deficiency in the early stage. Symptoms show that children often fussy crying, restless sleep, or startled, due to nerve stimulation. Children often sweat on the forehead, nape, even when it is cold. Especially when they sleep a lot, so they often lose hair in the nape.
Children under 1 year old often lack vitamin D. Because this is the stage of the strongest skeletal system.
Because when the baby sleeps, the mother covers too many blankets for the baby. Besides, the bedroom is too tight and has no ventilation. In this case, sweating is not a disease, parents just need to clear the bedroom for their children.
The fear of sleep can also stimulate the sweat glands to work vigorously , causing sweating and cold. Parents should pay attention if babies are stressed when sleeping (maybe because babies are too active during the day, causing fatigue).
In addition, the phenomenon of sweating a lot can also be related to a number of other diseases in the baby such as:
Children with calcium deficiency (accompanied by delayed teething symptoms)
Baby has a number of cardiovascular diseases (poor feeding, slow weight gain, easy fatigue)
Baby has a sensorineural disorder …
Ideally, you should take your baby to the doctor if the excessive sweating in the baby is accompanied by other abnormal signs of health.
Sweating is also a common symptom of sneezing and runny nose in your baby. At that time, you should check the temperature to check if your baby has a high fever.
How to take care of the baby when the baby sweats a lot
Supplement vitamin D: On sunny days, you should take advantage of sunlight in the morning to sunbathe your baby by: the morning before 10 o’clock, the time for sunbathing should increase gradually from 15 to 30 minutes. Keep as much of a child’s skin exposed to sunlight as possible, and keep the child’s eyes away from direct sunlight.
Mothers should let their children drink water regularly. Even when the baby’s body is not dehydrated. For babies under the age of weaning, you should increase breastfeeds during the day to replenish lost water according to sweat.
Should use a soft towel to wipe the baby’s sweat. Especially for babies who often steal sweat in the head and back. Wiping sweat will help your baby avoid colds because the sweat is absorbed back in the body.
Should bathe your baby with warm water , at the same time, limit the use of hot milk before bedtime because it can increase the baby’s body temperature.
Mothers should try to check if the baby is wearing too much clothes or warmed or not. If it is winter, mothers should wear warm clothes but still ensure the baby sleeps or stay in a closed room to avoid sweating.
Absolutely do not let your baby lie on plastic or plastic materials to limit the case the baby cannot escape sweat. Ideally, mothers should lay babies on cloths with high moisture absorption.
Keep the child always cool (eat, sleep in a spacious, cool place, play in the shade and always wash well every day). Children should eat a variety of cool fruits and vegetables: chives, mustard greens, mustard greens, squash, pumpkin, dragon fruit, oranges … Limit foods that generate heat, hot and spicy.