Kids should be happy-go-lucky and be able to play and learn about the great outdoors and nature. But when seasonal allergies hit and hay fever symptoms take over that is no fun for children or parents. Don’t despair! Here are some preventative measures to help junior fight allergies and get back outside.
Check the pollen count in your area and if it is high keep your kids inside.
Make sure your kids eat a daily healthy diet and avoid sugar and processed foods.
Keep your child hydrated - Sneezing and nose blowing can deplete fluids and dry out sinuses. Drinking plenty of water. Ithelps filter and thin mucus as well as many other health benefits.
Limit outdoor chores during high pollen count like mowing lawns, raking leaves or pulling weeds.
Reduce stress and anxiety with some downtime.
Reference: WedMD and KidsHealth.org
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