How to Hydrate Your Children During Flu Season

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When you child comes down with the flu, it can be a miserable time for everyone. If you are like most parents, you hate seeing your child sick. It makes you feel helpless. Also, when a child is sick, they are whiny and miserable. The main goal of a parent of a sick child is to get them feeling better as soon as possible. One way to do this is to keep your child hydrated. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to get your child to drink enough when they are sick. Sometimes, you need to get creative to get your sick child to stay hydrated.

Fruit Juice

Most kids love fruit juice, therefore, it is a good choice. Unfortunately, most fruit juices on the market are loaded with sugar, which isn’t the best when your child is sick. If you are going to give you child fruit juice, you should dilute it with water. The types of juice that will be most soothing to your child are grape juice and apple juice.

Pedialyte

Pedialyte is one of the best fluids to give your child when they are sick. This is because Pedialyte will replace all of the electrolytes that you child loses when they are sick. Pedialyte comes in a variety of flavors, therefore, it shouldn’t be too difficult to find on that your child will like.

Water

Water is the purest and most efficient way to hydrate your child. Unfortunately, most kids don’t like water. It is boring and it has no taste. It is very easy to liven up with a packet of flavoring. You can buy a variety of flavor packets that you can pour right into the water bottle, making it a convenient and tasty option.

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