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Nose picking is a common habit among children and can be difficult to break. Here are a few strategies you can try to help your child stop picking their nose:

Talk to your child about the importance of proper hygiene and the risks associated with nose picking, such as infection.

Provide your child with tissues or a handkerchief to use instead of picking their nose.

Set a good example by not picking your own nose in front of your child.

Praise your child when they refrain from picking their nose and give them positive reinforcement.

If the habit persists, consider talking to your child’s pediatrician or a child psychologist for additional guidance.

It’s worth noting that for some children, nose picking may be a symptom of an underlying condition such as allergies or eczema, so it is also important to rule out any underlying causes.