Headaches & Fever
While you can probably battle through with a runny nose or sore throat, a fever is probably the thing that will send you to bed, feeling sorry for yourself. Keep in mind that a fever is a sign that your body is doing what it has to do to make you better.
This list of essentials will help you through your child's trying teething days.
Q What temperature is feverish in children?
Regular headaches can be overwhelming and it can be difficult to think clearly about the possible causes. It could be that certain foods or beverages are triggering your headaches, or certain environments or events. Try keeping track of your headaches for one month with this simple headache diary. At the end of the month, you might notice some patterns yourself, or you could take the information you’ve collected to your GP.
With our frantic lifestyles, a headache is an inconvenience that can slow us down or in some cases stops us in our tracks. With one in two Australians experiencing headaches each year, it’s important to know what you’re dealing with and the best ways to treat it.
Q How high should a fever get before I take my child to hospital?
Q What should I give my child if they have a fever?