If your kids are suffering from seasonal allergies, you know just how miserable they can be. Itchy, watery eyes. Stuffy noses. Coughs. It’s just no fun. While there’s no cure, there are several natural seasonal allergy and sinus remedies for kids that will help you all find relief during allergy season.
Seasonal Allergy Relief for Kids
1. Stock up on your tried-and-true saline products: Boogie Wipes® Saline Nose Wipes and Boogie Mist® Saline Mist!
Boogie Wipes® saline nose wipes and Boogie Mist® saline mist play an important role in helping your children find seasonal allergy relief.
Infused with natural saline, Boogie Wipes® saline nose wipes make it easier to wipe away mucus, while remaining gentle enough to comfort stuffy noses. Because saline is natural and hypoallergenic, it can soothe even the most delicate skin and reduce irritation. Learn more about the natural ingredients that make Boogie Wipes® saline nose wipes special.
Boogie Mist® saline mist is made with natural saline and can help keep your kids’ nasal passages healthy and comfortable when they’re struggling with allergies. If your kids are like most, they might initially resist the idea of you squirting saline in their noses. Luckily, Boogie Mist® saline mist has a secret weapon that makes kids want to use it.
2. Drink Water. And More Water.
Staying hydrated is so important when dealing with allergies. Keep your water bottles full throughout the day. If your kids need an extra incentive to stay hydrated, try to make a game of seeing who can drink the most water before breakfast, before lunch and before dinner.
3. Take Nightly Showers or Baths.
Pollen clings to your kids when they go outside, so one of the best natural allergy remedies is to wash it off. Getting allergens out of their hair and off of their skin is a huge part of winning your battle against allergy and sinus symptoms. Nightly baths or showers are a must during allergy season.
4. Shut the Windows.
Keep those allergens outside by shutting your windows and switching on your air conditioner. Then, take it one step further by setting your air conditioner to recycle the air to avoid bringing in any new allergens.
Be sure to change your air filters frequently to keep the fresh air flowing.