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Last spring I enjoyed many outdoor activities with my children, but the experiences were not all pleasant because two of my children had very uncomfortable allergy symptoms. Swollen eyes, extremely itchy eyes, and sneezing. They have allergies every year, but last year was without a doubt the worst. I learned my lesson.
On one occasion, I went with my daughter to walk at the park. There was a hill and she decided to roll on the lawn (something that is super fun and all children love to do). She rolled on the hill about three times and when she got up, she could hardly see. Her eyes were swollen and watery. The poor thing was really suffering so we had to go back to the house immediately to help comfort her and get her to sleep. She was scared and has never forgotten that day.
The good news is that a fun day like the one we had does not have to be ruined because of allergies if we are prepared. Often times we wait until it’s too late instead of being prepared. And an outbreak of allergy caused either by pollen, the bud of flowers and all the beautiful rebirth of nature, can really make my children suffer and make them feel literally miserable.
No mother wants to see her child suffering. So I came across the Smart Allergy Mom Toolkit® website by the creators of Claritin®, where by the way you can now take advantage of the $ 3 off coupon they have available for you to save on the purchase of Children’s Claritin®. If you are not familiar with the product, Children’s Claritin® is an oral antiallergic agent that does not cause drowsiness, for children 2+ years and the number 1 recommended by pediatricians to relieve seasonal allergy symptoms such as rhinorrhea, watery eyes, itchy throat and nose, among others.
By reading the information available in the Smart Allergy Mom Toolkit® I have a better understanding of how allergy stages work and what can be done to avoid symptoms. Taking into account the following points:
It is important to talk with the pediatrician and ask the right questions. For this, the website offers some examples of questions.
Learn to recognize the differences between allergy symptoms and those of a cold.
What kind of climates and landscapes should be avoided.
Use the Pollen Count Tool. This tool is great!
Recommendations to keep in mind to avoid outbreaks of allergy either inside the home or outdoors.
Don’t be unprepared this allergy season. Get informed and be ready so you can plan the best outdoor activities with your children during the beautiful days of spring.
Remember to keep Bayer Children’s Claritin on hand. You find it at Walmart and do not forget to bring the $ 3 discount coupon I mentioned before. Bayer Children’s Claritin comes in the following varieties:
Claritin RediTab® for Juniors: Oral tablets that dissolve in the mouth.
Children’s Claritin® Syrup: Available in grape flavor.
Children’s Claritin® Chewables: Available in flavors of grape and Bubble Gum.
Having this product on hand helps you remain calm knowing you will be able to offer relief to your children for 24 hours.
Enjoy the outdoor activities after a long cold winter locked in the house!