Tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season

Maybe these tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season will help keep your sanity this year.

Here are some Tips to help your child through cold and flu season

Tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season

It is hard to believe that cold weather is here.

Everyone knows that with cold weather, comes all sorts of nasty colds and germs.

Being an experienced mom, I have come up with some great ways to help my children during cold and flu season.

Maybe these tips will help you keep your sanity during cold and flu season.

Disclosure: This post is part of the Mom It Forward Influencer Network and Lolleez sponsored program. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. This post reflects my personal opinion about the information provided by the sponsors. 

 

Wash your hands a thousand times

Well . . . maybe not a thousand times.

Wash them after you go to the bathroom, before kids play with toys, after they touch things that other people or kids have touched.

Once the germs get on your hands and you spread them around, you’re going to have a problem.

Washing your hands is so important.

Even when you don’t feel like it and the water is drying out your hands.

Invest in some good lotion and keep those hands washed.

Wash your hands a thousand times. Tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season

 

Teach your child to blow their nose

There is nothing grosser than getting sneezed on.

You can help prevent the spread of germs by teaching your child to blow their nose.

Is it always the easiest thing to do? No.

However, it’s worth it whenever their germs get caught in a tissue and don’t get spread around.

Tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season

 

Drink plenty of water

There is just something about water that helps get things moving in your body.

Water helps you stay hydrated and keeps your immune system at its best, so you can fight off anything bad.

Have your children drink plenty of water too.

Make it an everyday part of the family’s routine.

There is just something about water that helps get things moving in your body. Tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season

 

Stock up on Lolleez

What I’m about to tell you is going to blow your mind.

Trying to help our kids through cold and flu season can almost be mind-numbing without the proper tools.

When it comes to taking care of our kids, mom of four and health coach, Melissa Evans knows how to get it done.

She always wanted to “eez” her kids’ throats, whenever sick. So, she invented Lolleez.

Tips for Helping Your Child This Cold and Flu Season

These lollipops are amazing in so many ways.

Now kids who have a sore throat don’t have to suffer.

They can suck on Lolleez and be at ease.

Cough drops can be a choking hazard for kids, but Lolleez are perfect for kids of all ages.

Plus, they’re made without chemicals and artificial flavors, so you know your kid is getting a healthy and safer alternative to cough drops.

Lolleez comes in three different flavors: watermelon, strawberry, and orange mango.

Each flavor is designed with your child in mind.

With traditional flavors of medicine being grape and cherry, the maker of Lolleez wanted kids to have a different focus than traditional medicine tastes.

Lolleez can be picked up at your local CVS, Amazon, or Stop & Shop. Each flavor is on the shelf, ready to be picked up by you.

The worry-free shape is just what you need for your child when they’re sick.

The ingredients are natural and made from items you can understand.

Also, the ingredients are USDA Certified Organic.

A pack is $6.99 and located near you, so stock up today.

Let’s not forget these delicious sore throat helpers for kids are NON-GMO, gluten free, dairy free, and even nut free.

How do you help your child with cold and flu season?

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