>While cold and flu season in the U.S. begins in October and runs through May, there’s never a bad time to strengthen natural defenses like washing your hands, staying hydrated, getting enough vitamins and sunlight, and considering alternatives like homeopathic remedies.
The common cold is the most frequent infectious disease in people, averaging two to four infections a year in adults and up to six to twelve in children, according to WebMD.
Children metabolize medicines differently than adults do. So it’s always good to err on the side of caution and consult with your doctor when your kids have a fever or when giving your kids any over the counter medication.
In 2008, The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an advisory, strongly recommending that over-the-counter cold and cough medication not be given to children under the age of two.
A recent study in Pediatrics found the combination of camphor, menthol, and eucalyptus oils can reduce a child’s cold symptoms and help those with upper-respiratory infections sleep better. “Eucalyptus by itself can be quite helpful,” noted Dr. Rosen.
Homeopathic medicines are generally considered a safer option for treatment. Defined by their therapeutically active micro-doses of mineral, botanical and biological substances, they may be enough to treat the cold or flu, without many of the adverse side effects. They are widely used in Europe and are becoming more popular options with parents in the U.S. who are looking for alternatives to typical over-the-counter cold and cough treatments.
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