¿Cómo podemos protegerlos de bacterias y gérmenes

Bacteria and germs are everywhere. They’re on our skin, in the air, and on surfaces like door handles and countertops. Some of these bacteria are helpful, but many can cause infections, especially in young children.

So how can we protect our children from harmful bacteria and germs?

One of the most important things we can do is to teach them good hygiene habits. This means washing their hands often, especially before they eat or after using the bathroom.

We can also help protect them by cleaning surfaces in our homes that might be contaminated with bacteria or viruses. This includes door knobs, light switches, countertops, and toys.

And when someone in the family is sick, it’s important to take extra steps to clean and disinfect the house to prevent the spread of illness.

Of course, sometimes no matter how hard we try, our children will still get sick. But there are things we can do to help them feel better. For example, giving them plenty of fluids to stay hydrated and providing them with age-appropriate probiotics can help boost their immune system.

In short, by teaching our children good hygiene habits and taking some simple precautions at home, we can help protect them from harmful bacteria and germs.