Every loving mother, father, and family will do whatever it takes to when it comes to child’s health. As a mother, I feel terrible, seeing my baby struggling to breathe, and I feel so bad for my baby because they don’t know how to sniff or blow their nose yet.Nasal congestion is the blockage of the nasal passages usually due to membranes lining the nose becoming swollen from inflamed blood vessels.Nasal congestion is more bothersome in newborns, as they are actually nasal breathers from the early neonatal period to about 2 months of age or so.
Since I don’t think I’m the only mom facing problem here are typical symptoms;
Sleep deprivation – Nasal congestion does not allow a child to sleep peacefully and therefore the kids get deprived of sleep and feel drowsy.The effects of lack of sleep in children has shocking effects on their overall health and wellbeing.Lack of sleep could contribute to the risk of heart and kidney disease, high blood pressure and diabetes in a child’s adult years.
Crankiness – Children get extremely cranky because of the discomfort caused due to nasal congestion.Even the happiest of kids can have cranky days especially when they are unwell.
Difficulty in eating/avoid eating – Due to nasal congestion, children tend to avoid eating or find it difficult or eat and it can be very stressful and difficult for parents.
Obligatory nose breathers – Children between the age group of 0 – 1-year-olds are obligatory nose breathers. When they suffer from Nasal congestion, they have difficulty and breathing.This can be ver stressful for both the child and parent.
These are few common symptoms that children go through and as a mom I was always worried until I came across NASIVION.
It does wonders and it has helped my child from cold ,flu etc it worked for my child and I’m sure it will help any child, however bear in mind proper dosage should be given.
DOSAGE AND FREQUENCY OF USE
Intranasal administration for infants below one year. Up to the age of 4 weeks, instill 1 drop of the solution into each nostril 2-3 times per day. From the 5th week of life until the age of 1 year, instill 1-2 drops into each nostril 2-3 times per day or as directed by the physician.
Oxymetazoline Hydrochloride containing nasal drops should not be used for longer than 10 consecutive days.
A treatment free period of several days should precede any repeated use.
Medical supervision is indicated in pre-mature or underweight new-borns to avoid the risk of over-dosage.
NASIVION has made my life easier and better.