Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief for Kids, Grape Flavor, 8 ct

SKU# 30030

Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief for Kids, Grape Flavor, 8 ct

SKU# 30030
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Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief for Kids, Grape Flavor (8 ct.) is the only medicated motion sickness relief product formulated just for children ages 2-12.
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Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief for Kids, Grape Flavor, 8 ct
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Dramamine Motion Sickness Relief for Kids, Grape Flavor (8 ct.) is the only medicated motion sickness relief product formulated just for children ages 2-12. It treats symptoms on the spot, preventing nausea, dizziness, and vomiting. Take your health to the next level with FSA eligible Over-the-Counter Meds Products.

Features:

  • Safe, precise dose in a fun, chewable grape flavor
  • Comes in a convenient, portable travel case suitable for car rides, boat rides, and airplane trips
  • Prevents nausea, vomiting, and dizziness but also treats symptoms on the spot

Includes:

  • 8 Chewable tablets in a travel case

Specifications:

  • Grape flavor

Here are some tips:

1. If your child is prone to motion sickness or if he/she unexpectedly begins to feel motion sick during a trip, tell him or her to look out at the horizon and focus on a non moving object. An older child might feel better sitting in the front seat, too.

2. Get fresh air. Sit outdoors with your child (on a boat), or open a window (in a car or bus) when possible. The fresh air helps distract from those oogly booglies.

3. The last thing a parent wants to hear from a child is, “I’m gonna be sick!” This is why one of the most important items to pack when traveling with children is a bag or bucket. Be sure to keep it close at hand, too. It won’t do you any good buried beneath a pile of suitcases in the trunk.

4. Ginger is a spice renowned for its ability to soothe an upset tummy. Pack a few ginger-infused, low sugar candies in your day pack as a sweet distraction for your little one during your journey.

5. Use a distraction. Take your child’s mind off the motion sickness by playing music (on headphones on a plane). Anything that requires too much thinking, like playing a game or reading books, probably will just make things worse.

6. Pack some protein. Avoid giving your child too many sugary treats, which can make them shaky. Don’t overeat, either. Instead, stick to small, protein packed snacks like a handful of nuts, a protein bar, or peanut butter crackers.

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