The new school year is right around the corner. It seems like there is a lot of preparation and anticipation to get ready for school. Your children have probably been healthy this summer but as they go back to school It is also the beginning of the passing around of germs and illnesses. By including some healthy living tips daily and making them a priority, parents and children can stay healthy all year.
Here are 5 of the most important ways to keep your children healthy:
Set Good Sleep Habits:
Making sure your child gets enough sleep is vital to their emotional, physical and mental health. Getting enough sleep helps children find the focus to learn. Put them to sleep at a reasonable hour. Help them have better sleep by giving them a nice warm bath and reading them books before bed. Limit the use of screens close to bed time.
Keep Hands Clean:
Teach your children to wash their hands and send them to school with hand sanitizer. Hand washing helps prevent children from getting colds, flus and other infections. I send my kids to school with my all natural Hand Sanitizer spray. Remember most commercial hand sanitizers are very toxic. Here is a recipe to make some yoursel
Breakfast is the most important meal for a child. It is a time to feed their brains and replenish their energy for a long day at school. Send them to school with healthy lunches and after school when the children are so hungry feed them healthy snacks and a nutritious dinner.
Prevent Cold and Flus:
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Head Lice Prevention:
Head Lice is a common problem in elementary schools. Prevent your children from getting the little pests by using essential oils like tea tree, keep their hair back and tell them not to share hats, brushes and blankets.