How do you treat measles in toddlers naturally?

Lifestyle and home remedies

  1. Take it easy. Get rest and avoid busy activities.
  2. Sip something. Drink plenty of water, fruit juice and herbal tea to replace fluids lost by fever and sweating.
  3. Seek respiratory relief. Use a humidifier to relieve a cough and sore throat.
  4. Rest your eyes.

What is the best treatment for measles?

Treatment for measles

  • acetaminophen (Tylenol) or ibuprofen (Advil) to reduce fever.
  • rest to help boost your immune system.
  • plenty of fluids.
  • a humidifier to ease a cough and sore throat.
  • vitamin A supplements.

What helps itching from measles?

Topical anti-itch products (if rash is itchy)

  1. Pinetarsol can be added to bathwater or diluted and dabbed onto the skin to relieve itching.
  2. Eurax cream can be used as long as the skin is unbroken.
  3. calamine lotion is a traditional remedy for itchy skin, but may be quite drying.

Can we give bath to baby in measles?

Sponge baths with lukewarm water may reduce discomfort due to fever. Drink plenty of fluids to help avoid dehydration. A humidifier or vaporizer may ease the cough and nasal congestion.

What to avoid if you have measles?

Patients are advised to avoid soft sugary drinks and caffeine rich drinks. For fever, aches and pains, paracetamol or ibuprofen is prescribed. For children under the age of 16 aspirin should not be given.

How can I treat my baby’s measles at home?

How Is Measles Treated?

  1. give your child plenty of fluids.
  2. encourage extra rest.
  3. give a non-aspirin fever medicine, such as acetaminophen or ibuprofen if a fever makes your child uncomfortable. Never give aspirin to a child who has a viral illness, as such use is linked to Reye syndrome.

Does vitamin C help measles?

Vitamin E and Vitamin C Supplementation does not Improve the Clinical Course of Measles with Pneumonia in Children: a Controlled Trial.

How many days does a measles last?

What is measles? The measles rash appears 3 to 5 days after first symptoms and spread for around three days. The measles rash lasts 5 to 6 days before fading. Measles is respiratory disease, meaning it first affects the parts of the body involved in breathing, such as the nose, throat, and lungs.