How to Manage Allergies in Kids
symptoms can be severe enough to cause health concerns, or so mild they are just an annoyance. However, even mild symptoms can make it harder for kids to play outdoors, get a good night’s sleep, pay attention in school and more. Kids are predisposed to have active bodies and active minds. Allergies can make every day a slog.
After effective relief, kids may feel more energetic, curious, and playful — the way all kids should. You can help manage your child’s symptoms by minimizing their exposure to common triggers, talking to their teachers and coaches about their allergies, and teaching them good habits. It may seem like a lot but following these simple steps can bring relief for you and your kids.