India is a tropical country, so many seasons come here but extreme temperatures also remain. Be it winter, summer or monsoon. This is the reason why schools/colleges remain closed for two-three months in summer. Summer is also a season when adults as well as children fall ill a lot. That’s why parents need to be careful about their children at this time. If symptoms like tiredness, fever, cold are seen in them, then do not take them lightly.

Today we are telling about the common diseases that occur in children during the summer season, about which parents need to be alert.


It’s that time of year when Pollen is in the air. For children who have allergies, the heat and humidity make the situation more serious. Don’t ignore symptoms like tiredness, wheezing, whistling while breathing, cough, shortness of breath, as the lack of air movement can trap pollutants like dust and mold in the airways. To prevent or worsen an asthma attack, do not allow anyone to smoke when a child is near, keep homes dust-free and dust-free.


Chickenpox causes rashes on the body, fever, headache and can make the child feel generally unwell. Treatment aims to reduce symptoms until the disease is gone. This viral infection usually affects children, which is why babies between 12 and 15 months of age should be given the first dose of varicella vaccine and a second dose between 4 and 6 years of age. Because smallpox can be spread through contact and droplets in the air, do not send an infected child outside.


The Kovid-19 pandemic has taught everyone to wear a mask. This is a habit that will be beneficial to continue even after the pandemic. This is because the influenza virus also spreads like the corona virus. The flu is more commonly seen during the winter season, but it can also occur during the summer and change of seasons. This can cause cough and cold along with fever. So maintain cleanliness and physical distance of hands. If you want, you can also get the child flu shot with the advice of a doctor.

food poisoning

Children love to eat outside. Foodborne diseases become common during the summer season. This is because food gets spoiled easily in summer. Eating infected and unhygienic food can trigger diarrhea and vomiting, which leads to loss of water in the body. Even home-cooked food is also advised not to eat old.


Children like to play in the open field or outside. Due to which they can get heat stroke in hot weather. Hyperthermia is a condition where the body temperature becomes abnormally high, indicating that it cannot handle heat coming from the environment. Heat exhaustion and heat stroke are medical emergencies that fall under hyperthermia. A child suffering from hyperthermia may experience symptoms such as headache, fainting, dizziness, excessive sweating, stiffness.

To protect the child from the scorching heat, do not send the child outside when the heat is at its peak. With evening coming, the child can be sent outside to play.