Seasonal Allergies in Kids: Help Get Your Child Relief

Seasonal Allergies in Kids

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I’m just going to come right out and say it: Seasonal allergies suck.

If you have allergies yourself, you know exactly what I mean. The puffy eyes, the constant stuffy nose, the irritating drip and sore throat. Seasonal allergies sap the fun right out of the spring and fall.

And I know that if you’re a parent with seasonal allergies, you’ve hoped and prayed that you haven’t passed it on to your kids. But unfortunately, if you have more than one child, having one of them end up with itchy eyes in the grass or a bit of a wheeze in the leaves is pretty much inevitable.

I also know that as a parent, you want to do everything you can to help your child feel more comfortable. But with so many allergy medications to choose from, and with dozens of commercials filled with bees and stuffy sneezers selling you the latest pill or spray, how can you make the right choice for your child?

That’s why I recorded Episode 13 on Seasonal Allergies in Kids. I break down the pediatrician’s approach to treating allergies in kids so that you can learn how to help your child get relief.

Listen by clicking here for iTunes or play it below.

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • What symptoms children with seasonal allergies will commonly experience
  • The age at which you can start thinking of allergies as the cause of your child’s symptoms
  • Home remedies to use to get your child feeling better without medication
  • What over-the-counter and prescription medications you can try for your allergic child & when
  • How to prevent seasonal allergy symptoms from causing trouble in the first place
  • Whether allergy tests for seasonal allergies are worth it
  • And much, much more!




1 reply
  1. Zequek Estrada
    Zequek Estrada says:

    You’re right about how overwhelming it can be to choose the right type of allergy treatment for your child. I’d either talk to your doctor for starters. I’ve also heard that carrying around a nasal spray can be helpful, especially if you’re always on the go.

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Seasonal Allergies in Kids
Seasonal Allergies in Kids