It’s not that surprising for our kids to wake up one day and come to us sniffling because of colds. What causes colds in children, and how can we help them recover from it quickly? Find out here.
The Many “Faces” of Colds
When someone tells us that they have colds, we immediately understand what they mean. However, we need to remember that our experiences with colds vary.
Some kids will come to us with nothing but a few sniffles as they go on their way, studying and playing. Other children, however, complain of many things, including:
- A runny nose
- Nasal congestion or clogged nose, which may or may not have a nasal discharge
- Ear pain
- Sore throat
- Red and watery eyes
But, what exactly causes colds in children?