Claritin Child 5mg Chew Grape 30ct

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CLARITIN CHILD 5MG CHEW GRAPE 30CT

  • Claritin Children's Allergy Non-Drowsy
  • 24 Hour Indoor & Outdoor Allergies Grape Flavored Chewable Tablets.
  • Ages 2 years and older.
  • Loratadine 5mg/antihistamine.
Frequently Asked Questions

Q1.How old should my child be to take Children's Claritin oral solution?

  • Children's Claritin oral solution is designed with kids in mind. Children's Claritin oral solution is approved for kids 2 years and older.

Q2.Are all Children's OTC allergy medications non-drowsy?

  • No, unlike some over-the-counter allergy products, Children's Claritin oral solution is non-drowsy when taken as directed.Allergy Relief Tips for ParentsAllergies can be frustrating for both kids and parents. Here are some allergy relief tips to help your family keep symptoms in check.Start With Teachers – Discuss your child's condition with the school nurse, teachers, coaches, and anyone else with whom your child has regular contact.Declutter – Toys, knick-knacks and other types of clutter can be traps for dust and other allergens.Open Up – Kids with allergies often have a hard time expressing what they are feeling. Talk honestly with your child about his or her allergy management routine and encourage open dialogue with others.What to Watch For – Children's allergy symptoms include runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, allergic shiners and mouth breathing.Put Clothes Away – Store all your child's clothes in drawers and closets. Try not to leave them lying about the room.Sleep Smart – Allergies can affect sleep, cause daytime fatigue and impact school performance. Make sure your child is getting the rest they need to help them be at their best. Then, do the same for yourself!
What are Allergies?
  • An 'allergy' is a sensitivity of your immune system to something that is ordinarily harmless. When your body tries to get rid of the 'allergen' (foreign substance), you experience symptoms like sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, and nasal congestion. Typical allergens include pet dander, pollen, dust mites, and mold. Testing by an allergist can help you determine which allergen may be causing your symptoms.Outdoor: Seasonal Allergies describe allergies that change with the seasons due to pollen from plants. For people with seasonal allergies, symptoms come and go with the pollination seasons of certain trees, grasses or weeds, and can vary day to day. Depending on individual sensitivity, high pollen levels can, in turn, affect the severity of symptoms.Indoor: Year-Round Allergies can occur any time of the year and are caused by substances like dust mites, mold spores, or pet dander. They tend to exist in our homes year-round, and since you're often indoors during winter, household allergens can be troublesome.

Dust Allergies

  • A common trigger for indoor allergies, dust mites can be found in the dust particles that collect naturally around the house. While dust mites are found throughout homes, they are more prevalent in humid areas of the house. These microscopic creatures live off our dead skin cells, hiding in the fibers of pillows, mattresses, blankets, and carpets.There is a higher occurrence of dust mites in the summer than the winter due to the increased humidity levels of summer. However, if you live in a warmer, more humid climate, dust mites are prevalent all year-round.

Smart Tips for Dust Allergy Sufferers

  • While dust mites are hard to get rid of, there are a number of things you can do to reduce your exposure them.When cleaning, wear a dust mask and gloves, dusting with a damp sponge or mop, and using a vacuum with a HEPA filter or double bag.Choose pillows, mattresses and furniture labeled 'hypoallergenic'.Use anti-allergen covers on mattresses, box springs and pillows.Remove wall-to-wall carpets from the bedroom if possible.Have your heating and air-conditioning units inspected and serviced regularly.Keep the relative humidity in your home below 50 percent. Placing a dehumidifier in damp can help accomplish this.

Pollen Allergies

  • Outdoor allergens, like pollen, are a cause of seasonal allergies. They are small, light, and dry, so the wind can carry them for long distances. Pollen levels can vary day-to-day, depending upon several factors, including the weather.Weed pollens: Ragweed is a potent and widespread cause of pollen allergy symptoms. This tall, branched plant is found throughout the lower 48 states in dry fields and pastures, by roadsides, and at construction sitesGrass pollens: Of more than 1,200 species of grass, the main culprits of allergies are Timothy, Johnson, Bermuda, blue, orchard, and sweet vernal grasses. Grasses generally release pollen from late spring until fall.Tree pollens: When it comes to trees, watch out for hardwood deciduous trees - birch, oak, elm, maple, ash, alder, and hazel. These trees generally pollinate from late winter to the end of spring, depending on your geographic location

Smart Tips for Pollen Allergy Sufferers

  • Peak pollen production can occur in early morning, so try to plan outdoor activities for other times of the day.Wear an inexpensive painter's mask when you're working in the garden or doing other outdoor chores.A quick shower and a change of clothes can remove pollens that collect on hair and fabrics while outside.When driving, close the windows and set the air conditioning on 'recirculate'. At home, keep windows closed anduse air conditioning. Be sure to change filters often.If planting trees or your property, try species that don't aggravate allergies, such as Catalpa, Crepe Myrtle, Dogwood, Fir or Redwood trees.

Pet Allergies

  • If you're allergic to cats or dogs, you are not allergic to their fur, but to the dander (dead skin cells) found in their fur, and proteins found in their saliva or urine. Animal dander is the dead skin cells of animals and contains proteins that can trigger allergies in some people. These allergens can be transported to the skin or fur, where we touch dogs or cats most often, and cause uncomfortable pet allergy symptoms

Smart Tips for Pet Allergy Sufferers

  • Be aware of potential exposure to pets you may be allergic to. Ask ahead when visiting a friend's house so you can come prepared when allergy symptoms hit.If you're an owner, try giving your pet a bath regularly. This can significantly reduce the allergen count.Keep the pet away from your bedroom and consider keeping your pet in certain areas of the house.After touching a pet, keep your hands away from your eyes until you've had a chance to wash them.Cats may cause more allergy problems than dogs simply because they tend to lick their fur or skin a lot, spreading the allergen onto their bodies.Remember, even animals that don't shed can cause pet allergy symptoms. Fish, hermit crabs, iguanas, and snakes make good choices as a pet for allergy sufferers

Mold Allergies

  • A mold allergy comes from mold spores that float in the air like pollen and can occur indoors as well as outdoors causing uncomfortable symptoms. Outdoor molds often appear during warmer months, but can be found year-round in the South and on the West Coast. Indoor molds shed spores all year, usually hiding in damp environments.Whether indoors or outdoors, mold spores typically settle in damp spots.Outdoors: Soil, plants, rotting wood or dead leaves.Indoors: Basements, bathrooms, cellars, attics, laundry rooms, refrigerators and windowsills.

Smart Tips for Mold Allergy Sufferers

  • Help prevent mold with regular bathroom, laundry room and basement cleanings. Don't leave damp laundry lying in the washing machine for long periods of time. Wash shower curtains and bathroom tiles, grouting and fixtures with mold-killing and mold-preventing solutions. Use machine washable bath mats in the bathroom.Keep the humidity in your house below 50% to help discourage mold growth. If humidity is high, use air conditioners and dehumidifiers.Use an exhaust fan over the stove and in the bathroom to remove extra humidity from cooking and showering.Clean the refrigerator and empty the water pan regularly. Discard spoiling food promptly to help minimize mold growth.Mold doesn't like sunlight, so try to keep your curtains open during the day.For pillows, mattresses and furniture that are filled with foam rubber, be sure to check the label for 'hypoallergenic'.Without this label sweat could make them moldy.

Note: Image and Description may vary from actual product due to Continuous manufacturer Product updates. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product

 

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CLARITIN CHILD 5MG CHEW GRAPE 30CT

  • Claritin Children's Allergy Non-Drowsy
  • 24 Hour Indoor & Outdoor Allergies Grape Flavored Chewable Tablets.
  • Ages 2 years and older.
  • Loratadine 5mg/antihistamine.
Frequently Asked Questions

Q1.How old should my child be to take Children's Claritin oral solution?

  • Children's Claritin oral solution is designed with kids in mind. Children's Claritin oral solution is approved for kids 2 years and older.

Q2.Are all Children's OTC allergy medications non-drowsy?

  • No, unlike some over-the-counter allergy products, Children's Claritin oral solution is non-drowsy when taken as directed.Allergy Relief Tips for ParentsAllergies can be frustrating for both kids and parents. Here are some allergy relief tips to help your family keep symptoms in check.Start With Teachers – Discuss your child's condition with the school nurse, teachers, coaches, and anyone else with whom your child has regular contact.Declutter – Toys, knick-knacks and other types of clutter can be traps for dust and other allergens.Open Up – Kids with allergies often have a hard time expressing what they are feeling. Talk honestly with your child about his or her allergy management routine and encourage open dialogue with others.What to Watch For – Children's allergy symptoms include runny nose, sneezing, itchy eyes, allergic shiners and mouth breathing.Put Clothes Away – Store all your child's clothes in drawers and closets. Try not to leave them lying about the room.Sleep Smart – Allergies can affect sleep, cause daytime fatigue and impact school performance. Make sure your child is getting the rest they need to help them be at their best. Then, do the same for yourself!
What are Allergies?
  • An 'allergy' is a sensitivity of your immune system to something that is ordinarily harmless. When your body tries to get rid of the 'allergen' (foreign substance), you experience symptoms like sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, runny nose, and nasal congestion. Typical allergens include pet dander, pollen, dust mites, and mold. Testing by an allergist can help you determine which allergen may be causing your symptoms.Outdoor: Seasonal Allergies describe allergies that change with the seasons due to pollen from plants. For people with seasonal allergies, symptoms come and go with the pollination seasons of certain trees, grasses or weeds, and can vary day to day. Depending on individual sensitivity, high pollen levels can, in turn, affect the severity of symptoms.Indoor: Year-Round Allergies can occur any time of the year and are caused by substances like dust mites, mold spores, or pet dander. They tend to exist in our homes year-round, and since you're often indoors during winter, household allergens can be troublesome.

Dust Allergies

  • A common trigger for indoor allergies, dust mites can be found in the dust particles that collect naturally around the house. While dust mites are found throughout homes, they are more prevalent in humid areas of the house. These microscopic creatures live off our dead skin cells, hiding in the fibers of pillows, mattresses, blankets, and carpets.There is a higher occurrence of dust mites in the summer than the winter due to the increased humidity levels of summer. However, if you live in a warmer, more humid climate, dust mites are prevalent all year-round.

Smart Tips for Dust Allergy Sufferers

  • While dust mites are hard to get rid of, there are a number of things you can do to reduce your exposure them.When cleaning, wear a dust mask and gloves, dusting with a damp sponge or mop, and using a vacuum with a HEPA filter or double bag.Choose pillows, mattresses and furniture labeled 'hypoallergenic'.Use anti-allergen covers on mattresses, box springs and pillows.Remove wall-to-wall carpets from the bedroom if possible.Have your heating and air-conditioning units inspected and serviced regularly.Keep the relative humidity in your home below 50 percent. Placing a dehumidifier in damp can help accomplish this.

Pollen Allergies

  • Outdoor allergens, like pollen, are a cause of seasonal allergies. They are small, light, and dry, so the wind can carry them for long distances. Pollen levels can vary day-to-day, depending upon several factors, including the weather.Weed pollens: Ragweed is a potent and widespread cause of pollen allergy symptoms. This tall, branched plant is found throughout the lower 48 states in dry fields and pastures, by roadsides, and at construction sitesGrass pollens: Of more than 1,200 species of grass, the main culprits of allergies are Timothy, Johnson, Bermuda, blue, orchard, and sweet vernal grasses. Grasses generally release pollen from late spring until fall.Tree pollens: When it comes to trees, watch out for hardwood deciduous trees - birch, oak, elm, maple, ash, alder, and hazel. These trees generally pollinate from late winter to the end of spring, depending on your geographic location

Smart Tips for Pollen Allergy Sufferers

  • Peak pollen production can occur in early morning, so try to plan outdoor activities for other times of the day.Wear an inexpensive painter's mask when you're working in the garden or doing other outdoor chores.A quick shower and a change of clothes can remove pollens that collect on hair and fabrics while outside.When driving, close the windows and set the air conditioning on 'recirculate'. At home, keep windows closed anduse air conditioning. Be sure to change filters often.If planting trees or your property, try species that don't aggravate allergies, such as Catalpa, Crepe Myrtle, Dogwood, Fir or Redwood trees.

Pet Allergies

  • If you're allergic to cats or dogs, you are not allergic to their fur, but to the dander (dead skin cells) found in their fur, and proteins found in their saliva or urine. Animal dander is the dead skin cells of animals and contains proteins that can trigger allergies in some people. These allergens can be transported to the skin or fur, where we touch dogs or cats most often, and cause uncomfortable pet allergy symptoms

Smart Tips for Pet Allergy Sufferers

  • Be aware of potential exposure to pets you may be allergic to. Ask ahead when visiting a friend's house so you can come prepared when allergy symptoms hit.If you're an owner, try giving your pet a bath regularly. This can significantly reduce the allergen count.Keep the pet away from your bedroom and consider keeping your pet in certain areas of the house.After touching a pet, keep your hands away from your eyes until you've had a chance to wash them.Cats may cause more allergy problems than dogs simply because they tend to lick their fur or skin a lot, spreading the allergen onto their bodies.Remember, even animals that don't shed can cause pet allergy symptoms. Fish, hermit crabs, iguanas, and snakes make good choices as a pet for allergy sufferers

Mold Allergies

  • A mold allergy comes from mold spores that float in the air like pollen and can occur indoors as well as outdoors causing uncomfortable symptoms. Outdoor molds often appear during warmer months, but can be found year-round in the South and on the West Coast. Indoor molds shed spores all year, usually hiding in damp environments.Whether indoors or outdoors, mold spores typically settle in damp spots.Outdoors: Soil, plants, rotting wood or dead leaves.Indoors: Basements, bathrooms, cellars, attics, laundry rooms, refrigerators and windowsills.

Smart Tips for Mold Allergy Sufferers

  • Help prevent mold with regular bathroom, laundry room and basement cleanings. Don't leave damp laundry lying in the washing machine for long periods of time. Wash shower curtains and bathroom tiles, grouting and fixtures with mold-killing and mold-preventing solutions. Use machine washable bath mats in the bathroom.Keep the humidity in your house below 50% to help discourage mold growth. If humidity is high, use air conditioners and dehumidifiers.Use an exhaust fan over the stove and in the bathroom to remove extra humidity from cooking and showering.Clean the refrigerator and empty the water pan regularly. Discard spoiling food promptly to help minimize mold growth.Mold doesn't like sunlight, so try to keep your curtains open during the day.For pillows, mattresses and furniture that are filled with foam rubber, be sure to check the label for 'hypoallergenic'.Without this label sweat could make them moldy.

Note: Image and Description may vary from actual product due to Continuous manufacturer Product updates. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product

 

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SKU: 10117796
UPC: 041100809551
Width: 4.50
Height: 3.70
Depth: 1.00
Shipping: Calculated at Checkout