Nauzene Kids is designed to help little ones 2 & older feel better. We know it can be hard for toddlers to take medicine if it smells yucky, so Nauzene Kids has a yummy, natural grape flavor with no medicinal odor. And moms know the ingredients are safe. The non-drowsy, homeopathic formula in Nauzene Kids is aspirin free, paraben free and has no artificial flavors or colors.
If you have a child who gets “car sick”, you know the challenges even short distances can pose, let alone a long car trip. Trust Nauzene Kids to take the edge off and allow your child to travel more comfortably.
Upset tummies are the worst and can leave you feeling helpless. Nauzene kids helps your child feel better when he or she is nauseous from a “stomach flu” virus, an upset stomach, or even from being “car sick”.
What are the active ingredients in NAUZENE Kids?NAUZENE Kids contains the active ingredients Lactic Acid 3x and Wild Hops 3x.
What is NAUZENE Kids used for?NAUZENE Kids is used for the relief of upset stomach and nausea, including that due to “stomach flu”, “car sickness” or overindulgence in food or drink.
What is the dosage for NAUZENE Kids?Children age 2 and older, and adults may take 1-2 tablespoons (15-30mL) of NAUZENE Kids per dose. Use only with the enclosed dosing cup. Dosage may be repeated after 30 minutes not to exceed 6 tablespoons in a 24 hour period unless advised by a doctor. Be sure to read all label Directions, Uses and Warnings and follow them carefully.
Can I take NAUZENE Kids with my prescription medication(s)?You should ask your doctor or pharmacist if you can take NAUZENE Kids while you are using other medications.
Is it okay to use NAUZENE Kids if I am diabetic?As stated on the product package labeling, you should ask a doctor before use if you have diabetes because this product contains sugar.
Is there anything in NAUZENE Kids of animal origin?No, there is nothing in NAUZENE Kids that is of animal origin.
When your child has an upset stomach, you want to do all you can to make things better. NAUZENE Kids offers tips to prepare and care for tummy upsets so you and your child can get through it together.
That Nasty Stomach Bug
“Stomach flu” is the term used to describe gastroenteritis, one of the most common causes of vomiting and diarrhea in young children. It is an inflammation of the stomach and intestines, which can be caused by several different viruses. The main symptoms are nausea, vomiting and diarrhea — generally lasting about two days. While the stomach flu can strike at any time throughout the year, it tends to be more prevalent during the winter months when children are in close contact with one another.
In addition to keeping NAUZENE Kids in your medicine cabinet, you can also prepare for stomach upsets by having an emergency bucket, towels and hand sanitizer stored together within easy reach as you head to your child’s bedside.
Care & Comfort
Getting the stomach flu can be a scary event for young children. Providing care as calmly as you can will help ease your child’s distress. Small comforts can help reassure your child that everything will be okay. Tuck a favorite stuffed toy into bed to “watch over” your young child. Read a story together to help take your child’s mind off the tummy discomfort. As your little one begins to feel better, a favorite movie or TV show can help pass the time.
It’s important to replenish the fluids your child has lost through vomiting and diarrhea. Even between trips to the bathroom, give small sips of water regularly. Watch for signs of dehydration, which can occur if fluid loss is severe. They include: dry mouth and tongue, infrequent or light urination and crying without producing tears. Call your healthcare provider if you notice any of these signs.
When your little one is able to try eating again, offer light foods in small portions. Nibbling on soda crackers or a piece of dry toast is a good starting point. Broth, chicken noodle soup and bananas are easily digested and can be offered next if those first nibbles were tolerated well.
Preventing Stomach Flu
Hand washing is your best defense against the stomach flu. Be sure all family members wash their hands after they use the bathroom, before they eat, and even when they return home from a public place. Teach your kids to wash with soap and warm water long enough to eliminate germs—at least 20 seconds, or about the time it takes to sing the “Happy Birthday” song twice. When your children are old enough, teach them to keep their fingers out of their nose, mouth and eyes to help prevent the spread of germs that can make them sick.
When your child has the stomach flu, be on “germ alert” to prevent its spread. Launder your sick child’s bedding, towels, pajamas and other items as soon as possible. Disinfect bathroom fixtures, door knobs, toys, and even the TV remote control to help prevent the bug from spreading. As the caregiver, wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitizer as needed.
When Should I Call My Healthcare Provider?
You should call your healthcare provider immediately if you have any concerns about your child’s illness.
This information on the stomach flu and upset stomach is not intended to take the place of your healthcare provider’s advice.