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What is the best medicine for treating a cough?
The best treatment for treating a cough is dependent on the type of cough that you have. If you have a dry or tickly cough then the medication that you should use will be different than the one you should use for a chesty or mucus cough. For more information on the best types of cough medicine to use, check out our guide in the link below.
Can I mix my child’s medicine with juice?
Certain medicines can be mixed with juice to make it more palatable for your child, but some medicines may react to the juice and become dangerous or less effective.
It’s important to speak to a doctor or pharmacist before you mix your child’s medicine with juice to make sure it’s suitable.
If your child struggles to take medicine because of the taste, speak to a medical professional to see if they can recommend an alternative treatment.
Which children’s allergy medicine works best?
There are three types of allergy medicine for children: antihistamines, decongestants, and nasal sprays.
Antihistamines block the chemical histamine, which is released by your child’s immune system when they have an allergic reaction.
Decongestants offer quick relief for nasal and sinus congestion and come in many forms, such as balms, oils, sprays, inhaler sticks, liquid, and tablets.
You can also get nasal sprays for children, with and without a steroid.
They fight the allergy at the source, rather than having to travel through the body, making it more effective for fast allergy relief.
What’s the best constipation medicine for me?
The best type of constipation medicine for you will depend on what has caused your constipation in the first place.
For example, if your constipation is caused by dehydration you may need to take a different laxative than you would if your constipation is caused by a side effect of medication.
We’d recommend speaking to your doctor or pharmacist and asking them to recommend the best constipation medicine for you if you’re at all unsure.