Category Archive for: ‘Allergies’

Reilly’s Eczema Story

Check out this video featuring Reilly, an adorable little boy who fought the eczema and allergies battle and won! Reilly went through what many other children go through. He saw countless doctors who all gave a variety of options and treatments… but many of them were conflicting. With dedication, research, and a few ScratchMeNot mittens on hand, Reilly’s allergies were tamed and he is now free from eczema and scratching! Congratulations Reilly and family, and thanks for sharing your story with Read More

Lack Of Sleep And Allergies

If you’re the parent of a child with allergies, chances are you’re familiar with losing sleep over itching, scratching, and general discomfort. It’s common for parents and kids to lose out on valuable sleep because allergies get in the way. Falling asleep can be almost impossible when your child can’t stop itching or experiencing discomfort. The good news is that there are some simple tips you can use to help increase your chances of a good night’s sleep without a lot of fuss. MEDICATION Your doctor may suggest a mild medication that will help calm the allergies before bedtime. This Read More

Creating A Back To School Allergy Kit

School is about to begin again, and many parents really start feeling anxiety and fear creep up at this time of year as they send their children out to learn. If you child struggles with allergies, it can seem impossible to keep them under control when they aren’t at home all day. The good news is that there are ways for you to help cut down on allergy-related issues, keep your child comfortable, and get their educators in on the process all at the same time with almost no hassle! There are two steps to creating the perfect back to Read More

Back To School With Allergies

When it comes time to send the kids back to school, allergies can seem like a pretty big topic to tackle. The good news is that it can be simple to ensure that your kids stay safe each and every day at school without a lot of hassle or fuss. Follow these simple tips to help your children and their care-takers avoid problems and create a healthy and safe environment each and every day. * Education is key. Don’t assume that your child’s teachers and care takers know as much as you do about allergies. If you have information packets, Read More

Getting The Most From Your Allergy Specialist

if you’re working with a doctor, dermatologist, allergist, dietitian, or other allergy specialist to help with your child’s allergies, there are a few simple tips you can use to get the most from their help. These professionals know a lot about allergies and how to treat them – but there’s only so much they can learn about your unique child in a short office visit. The good news is that giving your allergy professional tons of helpful information is simple – and it will help them diagnose and treat your child’s allergies with greater speed and accuracy. Keep A Journal Grab a Read More