Respiratory care is really important for all of us, but when it comes to children, they are extra sensitive!

🌈Developmental factors🌈 

Children’s lungs and airways are still developing, which makes them more susceptible to respiratory infections and other problems.

🌈Immune system🌈

 Children’s immune systems are not fully developed, which means they may not be as effective at fighting off respiratory infections. 

🌈High susceptibility🌈

Little ones are more likely to be exposed to respiratory irritants, such as pollution and allergens, which can increase their risk of respiratory problems.

🌈Behavioural factors🌈

They may be less likely to practise good respiratory hygiene, such as covering their mouths and noses when they cough or sneeze, which can increase their risk of respiratory infections. 

🌈Long-term effects🌈

Respiratory problems in childhood can have long-term effects on a child’s health and development, such as asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Proper respiratory care in childhood can help to prevent respiratory problems and infections, and address any issues that do arise. This can include providing education about respiratory hygiene, promoting healthy indoor air quality, and practising prevention!

Β I believe that every home should have RC as a major line of defense!

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