Learning How to Understand Allergies with the Smart Allergy Mom Toolkit
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.
Have you ever heard yourself say the phrase “I think it’s allergies and not a cold.”; I know I have. My realization that my children may have allergies came when every time we had a nice spring day and I would take them out to the park, at the end of the night we would have runny noses and itchy eyes.
Thankfully their father can relate to what it feels like to go through those symptoms. But there is a way that can help me be able to tell the difference with the little time I have in my schedule.
This is where the Smart Allergy MomTM Toolkit from the makers of Children’s Claritin®, the #1 Pediatrician recommended non-drowsy, oral allergy brand for children, comes in handy. On top of the medicine that my kids often use, Children’s Claritin® is also helping me to learn about allergies ahead of and during my kids’ peak allergy seasons.
The Smart Allergy MomTM Toolkit by the makers of Children’s Claritin® has a variety of topics that discuss allergies, making doctor visits easier to come to armed with knowledge. It includes questions that I can bring up during their appointment as well as some information to help me learn what the symptoms of allergies look like.
I believe this is an important tool for any parent who wants to have this discussion with their kids’ pediatrician. Getting down to the specifics and making the most out of the time with the doctor helps me get the most out of the short time they get to see her.
Add the section that includes information to learn how to manage both indoor and outdoor allergies and I feel like the Smart Allergy MomTM Toolkit makes the day a bit more bearable. Learning about different types of indoor and outdoor allergies was quite an experience from someone who doesn’t have any allergies.
It’s a great way to help me relate to the symptoms they are going through, narrow them down more and become a mom filled with knowledge, ready to take action with their health.
If you’re wondering more about whether you see signs of allergies or would like to learn more on how to help manage your child’s allergies, visit the Smart Allergy MomTM Toolkit.