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Paxil (Paroxetine)

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ILLNESSES IN CHILDREN: FEVERS
A fever is a rise in body temperature above normal. Most children have a fever at one time or another. Most fevers are n serious and are part of the development process in strengthening the immune system. However, it is important to monitor fevers and if needed keep them under control. All households where a baby or young children reside should have a thermometer to measure a rise in body temperature.
Normal body temperature
Oral 36.1-37.ГС
Rectal 36.6-37.8°C
Armpit 35.6-36.6°C
A rise in body temperature above 37.1 °C when the temperature is taken orally is a fever. This is not a cause for alarm as body temperature varies throughout the day. A fever is the body’s way of fighting an illness and does not have to be treated unless the temperature is over 38.9°C. If the fever starts to rise beyond the level then sponging the child and fanning will help bring relief. Even temperatures of up to 41.5°C do not cause brain damage and young children may often have fevers with temperatures nearing this level without any after-effects.
Babies under 12 months of age are different and abnormally high or low temperatures should be discussed with a practitioner for proper assessment Fever can be harmless and only an indicator of a disease. What is to be observed is the activity and appearance of the child. If it is advised that the fever should be brought down, sponging with water is one of the best methods.
Yarrow, peppermint and elderflower mixed in equal parts and drunk as a tea can help reduce fever. Do not let a fever persist for more than 24 hours.
Care should be taken in administering drugs to young children. Aspirin should not be used if the child is suffering from chickenpox or influenza. A serious complication called Reye’s Syndrome may develop in a small number of cases.
Supplements
Vitamin С 250mg daily just before food
children over 12 years take one l,000mg vitamin С tablet daily
Garlic equivalent over 12 years of age take 1 tablet to 2,000mg daily with food
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