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How to Enjoy Life with Seasonal Allergies

I am participating in Influence Central’s Ambassador program on behalf of Claritin®. This program is paid for by the Makers of Claritin® and I have received compensation for my participation. All opinions expressed are my own.

Once the big rains in Southern California stopped, the super bloom started, and my child’s seasonal allergies started to blossom. The sneezing, started to kick-in making it hard for my children to enjoy daily outdoor activities. Just last week, I took my white car to get a carwash, and within a few minutes of driving on the road, it was completely covered with yellow dust (aka pollen).

The best thing that a parent can do to help children with seasonal allergies is to manage them, and one tool that I have been using for the past year to manage my children’s seasonal allergies is The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit brought to us by the makers of Children’s Claritin®. The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit has provided me with fantastic tools and resources

I am passionate about making sure my kids spend as much time as possible playing outdoors. Since our family spends so much time outside hiking, going to local parks, and spending quality time exploring nature, managing my children’s seasonal allergies can be tricky. The best part about The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit is that there is an allergy forecast/pollen count. Every morning, I log into The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit, Children’s Claritin® helps to provide my children with 24-hour allergy relief without making them feel drowsy. It gives them relief of a runny nose, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, and itchy nose. for children 2+)

The one thing that I learned from The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit that I wish that I had known about it when my children first developed seasonal allergies, and I recommend it to all parents who suspect their might have allergies. The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit is a great resource for parents to help learn some differences between a cold or allergies. It also has tips for parents to prepare for their discussion with their pediatrician along with sample questions to ask when you have your doctor’s appointment. This part of The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit is priceless.

Since we are experiencing a super bloom of wildflowers like we’ve never seen before in Southern California, I have been using The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit tracker. It has been helpful to chart how my children are feeling on days when the pollen count has been higher. It has also been helpful with bringing my children into their pediatrician when their symptoms have been the worst.

If your children have been showing symptoms of seasonal allergies or they are currently suffering from them, The Smart Allergy Mom™ Toolkit will help you to manage your child’s allergies and help them to enjoy life exploring outdoors.

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