We’re very praning when it comes to fever. On the 2nd day of fever, we’re already panicking and rushing to ER. Nakakatakot kaya ang mga komplikasyn na dala ng fever. At the launching of Paracetamol Calpol Go Ginhawa Mom Movement, I have learned a few more about fever.
What is fever? What causes fever?
Fever itself is not scary, it’s very manageable actually. Fever is an increased in temperature in our body. This increase in temperature is controlled by hypothalamus, When our immune system detects a potential trouble it signals the hypothalamus through a biochemical substances. The hypothalamus in return increases the body temperature making it less favorable as a host to reproducing bacteria and viruses. In simpler terms, fever is our body’s way of fighting illnesses.
How To Manage Fever
You manage fever to treat the discomfort experienced by the patient. And when it comes to managing fever, the age of the patient is highly considered. For kids below 1 year old, you need to be very cautious and when the fever lasts for more than 24 hours, you have to bring the child to the doctor. From our experience, a 3 day fever means there is an infection.
When managing fever, you also need to take note of the physical condition of the patient when fever is low. Any signs of wearyness even without fever is a sure sign that you need too see a doctor right away.
Giving Paracetamol to the patient to manage fever should be upon the dosage advised by the doctor.
There are some beliefs and practices in fever management that are considered ineffective. One of these is wrapping the patient in a blanket or dressing up the patient in thick clothing. Para daw gisawan ang pasyente. This can actually cause more discomfort to the patient.
In managing fever, it is providing Ginhawa that matters most and Paracetamol Calpol is committed in helping us provide that kind of ginhawa to our kids.
Go Ginhawa Mom Movement
As a celebration and commitment to us moms, Paracetamol Calpol launches the Go Ginhawa Mom Movement. It is a community of moms who advocate providing only the best care for their children.
Paracetamol also named 3 Go Ginhawa Moms: actress Jolina Magdangal- Escueta, fellow blogger JAckie Go and TV host and news personality Suzi Entrata- Abrera.
Be A #GoGinhawa mom
You can easily connect with other Go Ginhawa Moms and be updated with tips on how to give “ginhawa na maasahan” . Moms will have access to educational videos and blogs to help them manage their child’s fever. How to be a #GoGinhawa mom like Jolina, Jackie and Suzie?
- Like Calpol Facebook Page
- PM your Full name with contact details, email address and child’s name and age at Calpl FB Page
Invite your fellow moms to be part of the #GoGinhawa movement too! Together, let’s enjoy motherhood and our children’s precious moments even when fever hits, with doctor recommended Paracetamol Calpol. Because when fever is gone, life takes place!
Bluedreamer27 saysJune 10, 2015 at 5:50 pm
sa panahon talaga natin ngaun napakahirap magkasakit.. what’s more kung bata pa yung tinamaan right? I remember my little brother got rushed in ER din after having high fever and we can do nothing but to panic.. I guess having Paracetamol Calpol at home and by also being aware of how to manage fever would be very ideal for us.. thanks for sharing
Angelo The Explorer saysJune 10, 2015 at 8:14 pm
I hate being sick and something like this in your house or wherever you go is so important. As what they say, prevention is better than cure!
Franc Ramon saysJune 10, 2015 at 10:18 pm
This is a timely campaign especially that its already flu season with the rainy weather already.
rochkirstin saysJune 11, 2015 at 10:09 am
It’s great that there are medicine for kids that can easily be purchased over the drugstore’s counter. I have an aunt in Taiwan who sends her kids to the hospital whenever they have a fever. She says that it’s just customary for parents to do that way rather than give them medicine for fever at home.
jojo vito saysJune 11, 2015 at 4:52 pm
wow, this is a very good project..I’m sure this will surely benefit young parents 🙂
Jessica Cassidy saysJune 11, 2015 at 8:30 pm
I grow up taking Paracetamol Sis. It looks like you have a wonderful time in that event You look lovely Sis.
Mommy Pehpot saysJuly 8, 2015 at 8:45 am
me too! basta sakit ng ulo paracetamol agad 🙂