Monday, April 9, 2012

Have Your Child's Allergies Been Driving You Crazy?

Our oldest child, Patrick, seems to have the worst time with allergies in our family.  He is always stuffed up and sneezing, especially in the morning.  Allergies can really take a toll on kids, making them tired, run down and cranky.  I can tell those mornings that Patrick is really struggling with his allergies.  He doesn't want to get up and is in a "fog".  Lately, here in Iowa, the days have had high pollen counts, so it has been a constant struggle.



Patrick isn't very good at swallowing pills yet, but with the liquid, he has to take so much.  That is why I have found the Claritin Chewables to be our best option.  They are grape flavored and easy to take.  Children's Claritin Allergy Chewables provide Non-Drowsy 24hr Allergy relief with one pill a day.  So, we just take them in the morning and we are done for the day.  Check out the website, www.claritin.com for more information about all their products.



I have been chosen to be a spokesperson for Children's Claritin as being a member of their Mom's Crew.


As as member of the Children's Claritin Mom Crew, I receive product samples and promotional items to share and use as I see fit.  No monetary compensation has taken place.  Any opinions expressed by me are honest and reflect my actual experience.  Please note that I am NOT offering medical advice, just letting you know about products that work for our family's needs.  You should speak to your family doctor or pharmacist to see what will work best for your needs.


Allergies can have a serious impact on your child.  It can make it difficult for them to concentrate on their school work and other school-time activities.  Up to 40% of school children are affected by allergies and nearly 2 million school days are missed due to the symptoms of seasonal and indoor allergies.  (According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology)

If you think your children, might be suffering from allergies, I encourage you to make an appointment with your family doctor and see what the best option is for you.

1 comment:

Simply Raising 8 said...

Stopping by from the mom crew. Have not done my post yet.