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Springtime Allergy Relief for Kids!

As the flowers bloom and the weather warms up, many kids start to experience pesky allergy symptoms. If your little one is sniffing, sneezing, or rubbing their eyes more than usual, they might be dealing with seasonal allergies. Here are some tips to help your child find relief:
Keep Indoor Air Clean: Use a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter in your home to trap pollen, dust, and other allergens. Regularly vacuum carpets and dust surfaces to reduce allergen buildup.
Monitor Pollen Counts: Check local pollen forecasts and try to limit outdoor activities on high-pollen days. Consider keeping windows closed and using air conditioning to filter out pollen from indoor air.
Encourage Nasal Rinsing: Saline nasal rinses or sprays can help clear nasal passages and relieve congestion. This is especially helpful after spending time outdoors.
Choose the Right Clothing: Dress your child in lightweight, long-sleeved clothing and hats to minimize exposure to pollen. When they come inside, have them change out of outdoor clothes and wash their hands and face to remove allergens.
Shower Before Bed: Encourage your child to take a shower before bedtime to rinse off any pollen that may have accumulated on their skin and hair during the day.
Consult Our Pediatric Experts: If your child's allergy symptoms are persistent or severe, don't hesitate to reach out to us. Our experienced team can provide personalized advice and recommend appropriate allergy medications or other treatments to help manage symptoms.
By taking these steps, you can help your child enjoy the wonders of spring without the discomfort of seasonal allergies. Have any questions or need further advice? Feel free to contact us. We're here to help your family thrive!
Sami Al-Harastani, MD

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