2. Take short walks
to help with the symptoms of Kawasaki disease. Walking is an easy form of exercise that can be taken at any pace. Since the child has Kawasaki disease, you will want the child to walk slow. The child can walk for 10 minutes a day. Always ask the child how he or she feels. You don’t want to push him or her too much.
Always take water with you, so the child can drink it when he or she gets thirsty. For instance, take the child from one end of your block to the next a few times. Once the child is tired, take them back home. You can even let one parent drive beside the child, while the other parent walks with the child. If the child can’t walk any further, he or she can just get the car and go home. This will be easy on the child’s body.