If your toddler is congested, the healthcare provider may recommend running a humidifier in his room to keep him comfortable at night.

A cool-mist humidifier can keep the air in your child’s room moist and help him breathe more easily if he has a cold or asthma.

Just remember to keep the humidifier clean to Humidifiers must be kept clean to prevent bacteria or mold from growing in the chamber and spewing into the air. Disinfecting the chamber every few days with hot water and soap will do the trick.

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