July 1, 2014

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Children' Claritin - Summer Allergy Tips #sp

I am a member of the 2014 Children’s Claritin Mom Crew. The Mom Crew is a group of Mom ambassadors who are not only loyal to the Children’s Claritin brand, but are passionate in sharing their knowledge about children’s allergies with Moms online and offline.

Children's Claritin products provide 24-hour, non-drowsy allergy relief. Plus, it is the #1 Pediatrician Recommended Non-Drowsy Allergy Brand. However, Children’s Claritin recognizes while they provide a great solution, Moms still have questions about the issues they face when it comes to their child's allergies. Since its inception in 2012, the Children’s Claritin Mom Crew have served as a resource for hundreds of moms sharing education, information and support in dealing with children’s allergies.

Recently I held a Claritin Mom's playdate and handed out some coupons, brochures, notepads and bags to get mt fellow mom prepared for allergy season.  Kids ran around and had a blast while we all shared our allergy woes.  Seems like this year is a rough year for allergies and we are all feeling it whether it is hitting the kids, us parents or both.

Summer Allergy Tips
During the summer months, grass pollen fills the air across much of North America. There are many types of grasses, and several of them have long seasons. In the southern United States, Bermuda grass is found nearly year-round. When taking care of your entire family, consider these pointers for people whose everyday schedules change in the summer:
  • Take Claritin® allergy products as soon as you begin to have symptoms.
  • Having medication with you will help you control your allergy symptoms before they control your lifestyle. 
  • Avoid yard work that may increase your exposure to pollen and molds, such as mowing, raking and weeding. 
  • Post reminders to take medication. 
  • Take medication at the same time each day. 
  • If you need to take medication during the day, carry it with you. 
  • Buy a watch with an alarm and set it to go off every day when it's time to take your medicine. 
  • Use Claritin products as directed.

As a 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 and any opinions expressed by me are honest and reflect my actual experience


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