How does a child suffer?

How does a child suffer?

Experts point out that although tension can not be cured, it can be completely controlled, and children with hypertension must not have to take medication for a lifetime, and most of them can be discontinued.

Excessive asthma children, adhere to the doctor’s medication program and cooperate with some intervention management, the acute has been completely controlled.

  Most of the children with no symptoms after taking the medicine are discontinued. Most of the acute symptoms are mild and can be relieved in two or three days. Therefore, parents feel that the child only occasionally coughs, wheezes, and the symptoms are very mild, which can be relieved naturally.Worried about side effects of hormones, unwilling to insist on long-term treatment.

Other parents believe that once they take the drug to control the pressure, they have to use it for a lifetime, which is a fear.

  Of all the children with poorly controlled hypertension, the overwhelming majority are caused by poor implementation of the treatment plan. The main manifestation of this is that parents cannot adhere to and give their children medicines in sufficient quantities because they are worried about drug substitution.

Obviously, the medicine should be used for three months, but the parents stopped seeing the child when they saw that the child was acute.

As a result, the child’s stress control is not good and recurrent.

  Phenomenon 1: The child only coughs and asthma occasionally. It is not serious.

  Note: One impact can also be life threatening.

  Some parents believe that patients with hypertension occasionally have cough and asthma, which is not serious.

In fact, the occasional cough and high blood pressure are usually not recognized, and they may be life-threatening suddenly.

Every year, 180,000 people die of hypertension in the world, and a significant proportion of them are young adults.

The reason is because the patient delayed the diagnosis and treatment.

  If children’s asthma is not treated in time, once the airway wall structure is irreversibly damaged, that is, airway remodeling, it will affect its lung function throughout life.

Some hypertensive children grow and develop, and the acute symptoms will be alleviated to varying degrees, but some of them will still relapse after adulthood.

Therefore, to achieve “four early” for hypertension in children-early detection, early diagnosis, early treatment and early prevention.

  Phenomenon 2: The use of hormones will affect the growth and development of children.

  Note: Childhood asthma medication is safe and effective.

  Too many parents worry that drugs will affect their children’s growth and development.

It is rarely seen clinically that the use of drugs that control pressure affects the child’s growth and development, and the repetitive tension can seriously affect the child’s development.

Because high blood pressure usually occurs at night, children’s sleep is not good, and children’s growth hormone is produced most at night. If sleep is not good, it will affect the production of growth hormone, and boots affect the child’s development.

  The most common clinical drug replacements are hoarseness, throat fracture infections, and pharyngitis after injection treatment. These problems can be avoided or significantly reduced by paying attention to rinsing mouth in time after inhalation treatment.

  Phenomenon 3: Once the intervention drug is used, it must be taken for a lifetime.

  Note: On average two to three years can be completely discontinued.

  Most children have mild symptoms, so adhere to medication, the effect is very good, the amount of medication and the timing of the medication is closely related to the severity of the symptoms.

If there is no recurrence for 3 to 6 months, you can start to gradually reduce the dose until the last stop.

There are not many restarts after stopping the drug, and even if it reappears, the general symptoms are very mild.

  If the child’s symptoms are mild, the drug can be completely discontinued in about one year, and the average drug withdrawal time is two to three years.

If you still have complete control during puberty, the chances of subsequent attacks are extremely low.