Heat rash is only one of the signs telling you that your baby is experiencing heat discomfort. Checking his neck for dampness and clamminess, and watching out for fussiness and crying, are also other ways of finding out. One quick remedy to this dilemma is putting him in more comfortable clothing.
Extreme heat can also prevent him from having a good night’s sleep. To keep him comfortable throughout the night, use an air conditioner or a fan to cool his room.
Finally, keep in mind that frequent water intake is not necessary for babies that are exclusively breast-feeding.
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