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3 Simple Tips For Seasonal Allergies With Your Baby

This is a sponsored post for BabySmile. 

When your little one is suffering you are suffering. As a mom the only thing I always want to be sure to do is help my baby. When it comes to seasonal allergies our family suffers and so did our baby. I know my husband would try everything to relieve their allergy symptoms like a stuffy nose. He would often use those small hand nose suckers and they never seemed to work well.

Pollen allergies are a very common form of allergy. Many side effects include itchy eyes, sneezing, itchy nose, sinus pressure, and nasal congestion. These symptoms are likely to last several months during speak allergy season and you should always consult with your children’s doctors about allergy symptoms and treatments. Over the years though we’ve learned a lot and so we wanted to share  our best simple tips for helping your baby with seasonal allergies.

3 Simple Tips For Seasonal Allergies With Your Baby

  1. Avoid High Pollen Areas  – High pollen counts mean that you may just have to stay away. If your child is suffering from seasonal allergies you may also want to try an indoor air purifier.
  2. Use Steam To Help Congestion – One of the ways we always have helped ease our little ones when they are congested is steam. A warm bath with our steam shower on does the trick and helps alleviate the congestion symptoms so often associated with our baby allergies.
  3. Use A Nasal Aspirator – Using a nasal asparator is a simple and easy way to help your baby when they are congested. The BabySmile Nasal Aspirator is our top pick. It allows you to easily help your baby with no tears.

Professional grade medical products right at home that’s what BabySmile provides with this aspirator. It makes seasonal allergies and the springtime sniffles simple.

4 Comments

  1. shelly peterson on July 3, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    Thanks for sharing this great information. Thankfully so far we haven’t had any babies/kids with allergies.



  2. Dana Rodriguez on June 30, 2017 at 12:50 pm

    These are great tips. I am sharing this with our new grandson’s mom. Thank you!



  3. Julie Wood on June 29, 2017 at 8:24 am

    These are very good tips to help baby. I make sure to keep baby clean by using a nose aspirator. They really work great in keeping my baby from having so many problems with allergies.



  4. Darcy Koch on June 20, 2017 at 8:37 pm

    My youngest grandson suffers with seasonal allergies. I feel so bad for him when he rubs his eyes and says he itches, etc. I also take him in the bathroom and turn on the shower using hot water for him to inhale.