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Emma's Diary Never leave a baby under six month of age in the sun shine on a bright day, and keep small infants in the shadows as much as possible, especially between 11am and 3pm. Fasten a umbrella to the stroller to keep the baby out of the sun and make sure that infants and older kids are wearing a sun hat, especially one with a broad edge or a long tab on the back to keep the baby's back and back protected.

Sun protection is not recommended for infants under six month of age. Elderly infants and young children, especially when going in and out of the pool, should have their bare skins covered by a high protection agent (30 or higher), hydrophobic solar protection. When it is very hot, infants can lie in only one waistcoat and diaper or only one diaper with a thinheet over them.

It is possible to use a children's thermostat to control the room thermostat. Baby and toddler are susceptible to even small quantities of leakage, so one of the major issues with warm temperatures is the dehydration, which can be life-threatening in serious cases. When you are nursing, you don't have to give them any fluids or breastmilk, but you may find that your baby is more thirsty and wants to feed more than before.

Never spend too long in a hospital vehicle with your baby on a hot sunny morning. Fatigue happens when the internal part of the human organism reaches 37-40°C (98.6-104°F). It is at this level that the level of salts and fluids in the human bodies begins to fall, which causes sickness, weakness and intense perspiration.

This can be very hard to detect in a toddler, especially when they cry and appear reddish on the face and sweat from a fit of rage. Without treatment, the temp. can exceed 40°C (104°F), which is considered classical heat stroke. Even these can be hard to see in a baby or toddler, so the thermal meter must be your first orientation.

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