Ble bugs that are present in hair and scalp itching, open sores that occur on the head from scratching, and trouble sleeping as head lice are most active at night. The spread of head lice can be spread through contacts, sharing clothing or other things which nits and lice inhabit.
As a matter of fact, your child will be protected from contracting head lice by avoiding head-to-head contact while playing alongside other kids, not sharing clothes, nor sharing towels or combs. Don’t let your child get into furnishings and bedding with lice. Clean your floor and furniture to kill any lice and nuts. Head lice can live for a period of about a day if they are not feeding on blood making them easier to identify and eliminate. If they aren’t given the right conditions for living and are not treated properly, they can die within a few days.
Find a pharmacological remedy for your child if they have already been affected. A common remedy is the permethrin lotion, approved by the Food and Drug Authority (FDA) for treating lice on the head. It kills lice and is safe when used under the direction of a physician doctor.
Allergy is one of the most common issues which American school children face. They are caused by the body’s responds negatively to elements from outside. As per an Healthline study, over 40% of children in the United States experience some allergy to some or all of the allergens during their school period. The most frequent allergens which trigger allergic reactions in children include latex, pollen and mites, animal dung and certain food items like eggs and shellfish, and medications.
Allergies can range from mild to serious reactions. Mild reactions can affect certain organs and could cause rashes or itching. In the case of a severe reaction, known as anaphylaxis, can be dangerous and requires urgent medical intervention. The reaction can impact the entire body and cause swelling, itching, and breathing issues.