Wow! This Natural Chewable Dries a Child’s Runny Nose FAST
A runny nose is one of the most common conditions children endure. We explain when it should concern you, and how you can help!
This blog reveals
- The reasons your child’s nose may be running
- How mucus color can help identify how severe a sinus problem is
- How to naturally help dry your kid’s runny nose
Guys… we have a confession to make.
We’re guilty of… maybe… taking our children’s health a little too seriously.
It’s not uncommon for us to become overly worried by the smallest of concerns… such as a runny nose.
But who can blame us? After all, we just want to make sure the kids are alright!
Today we’re going to explain why your kid’s nose could be running, and if you need to be concerned.
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Why won’t my kid’s nose stop running?
Believe it or not, there’s actually a scientific term for a runny nose: chronic rhinorrhea.
The first thing that should put you at ease is that this condition is very common, especially in children.
So the mere presence of a runny nose is not enough to set alarm bells ringing.
The reason chronic rhinorrhea is so prominent is because it’s a common symptom for many different conditions.
Conditions that can cause a runny nose
The issues that can cause a runny nose are far-ranging in their severity and frequency.
They can include:
- The common cold
- The flu
- Sinus infections
- Seasonal allergies
- And much more
Can mucus color help identify what kind of infection my kid has?
This is an old wive’s tale.
… Mucus color can be used as an indicator for how severe an infection may be.
Our mucus color changes depending on the antibodies our immune system sends to our respiratory passages.
In short, if your child’s mucus is clear or stays white, their body most likely has the situation under control.
If your kid’s mucus moves from white, to yellow or green, then it may be time to see a physician.
Movement to yellow or green means the threat could be greater than a simple cold or seasonal allergies.
When should I be concerned about my child’s runny nose?
Let’s be clear; it’s always okay to be concerned about your child’s wellbeing. What we’re suggesting is that small symptoms (like a runny nose) don’t have to send you into a panic.
On the whole, if a runny nose lasts less than 10 days, it likely doesn’t need serious medical attention.
However, taking your child to see a physician is advised if the runny nose is accompanied by other, more severe symptoms.
It’s also possible that by seeing a physician you’ll be able to get some peace of mind over your child’s health.
Remember: just because your child has a runny nose, doesn’t mean you can’t do anything about it…
How can I help my kid’s runny nose?
If it feels like your child’s nose just won’t stop running, then we’re here to help you catch it!
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- DRY RUNNY NOSES | This formula workshard to clear and soothe the mucus membranes in both your child’s sinuses and lungs!
- SUPPORT THE IMMUNE SYSTEM | Our solution modifies the release of histamine… which results in normal mucosal secretions and healthy immune function!
- NATURAL, CHEWABLE, STIMULANT-FREE | Children’s Sinus Support™ does not contain any harmful stimulants, and is sugar-free! It’s sweetened with xylitol, which is natural, safe and supports dental health.
Dry your child’s runny nose today with Children’s Sinus Support™
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