What Parents Can Do To Minimize The Need For Drugs
Allergies are becoming more and more common with serious allergies requiring our children to medicate with heavier drugs, more than ever before.
Parents are beginning to look for ways to help their child experience as normal as a life as possible. They are also looking for ways to help minimize the need for antihistamines and other medications.
Things you can do at home.
Exercise with your children
Encourage your child to take part in sports activities.
Encourage your child to take part in the extracurricular sports
Participate in sports with your child
Eat a healthy diet.
Include all the major food groups outlined in the Canada Food Guide.
Most importantly, increase your water consumption and make sure that it includes the minerals that your body needs.
Ensure that your home is clean and devoid of mold issues.
Get samples of the air and surfaces in your home tested to make sure that you do no have mold issues. Experts can help you find sources of problems that commonly develop in homes, as they age.
For an expert near you, visit www.LAVIT.CA for a list of your local trained professionals that can make finding solutions easy to find.
Ensure that your home is free of harmful VOC's.
Volatile organic compounds can really hurt your child and keep allergy levels peaking. Experts like those at www.lavita.ca can help you pinpoint the source of problems.
Enjoy life and keep your child's stress levels down.
Stress tends to aggravate your child's allergy issues.
Visit your child's school
When you visit your child's classroom, ensure that the learning environment is not filled with clutter that collects dust.
Ensure that your child does not spend a lot of time on the floor.
For the full story, read the fall edition of Quality Of Life Omnimedia's Parents & Kids Magazine.