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SARS in children: how to avoid colds

With the onset of the “cold season”, every resident of a megacity inevitably raises the question of the prevention of acute respiratory viral infections (ARVI) and other airborne infections. Being sick is unprofitable. Neither economically (adequate treatment results in a serious amount), nor socially (a rare employer will treat with understanding an employee who often goes to the hospital). But the topic of prevention of acute respiratory viral infections is particularly acute in relation to children’s health. Any mom will confirm this.

But how to put this into practice? After all, kids attend kindergartens, studios of early development, sports clubs and are forced to contact with a huge number of people. And any of them is potentially able to be a carrier of ARVI and other airborne infections, even in the complete absence of clinical symptoms of the disease. Unfortunately, the immunity of children is often not able to effectively withstand such a load.

Even if you limit the contacts of the child, it does not guarantee his safety. “Bringing” ARVI or a cold home can also be made by the parents themselves, who are also constantly attacked by an annually mutating virus at work, school, and in public places.

Is there an effective and low-effort way to protect our loved ones from SARS and other airborne infections? One that does not hurt even small children?
The drug Nazal Plus is available in a convenient for use form – nasal spray. Forms a protective barrier on the nasal mucosa due to the content of components of plant origin: cellulose, extracts of wild garlic and peppermint, known for their antibacterial and antiviral effects. Nazaval Plus has the form of a microcrystalline powder, which, when exposed to the nasal mucosa, is converted into a gel form and evenly covers its surface, creating a filter, while blocking the penetration of foreign agents inhaled with air (viruses, bacteria, allergens, pollutants) and inhibiting their growth . Nazaval Plus is easy to use, does not cause unpleasant sensations: burning, itching, sneezing, does not make breathing difficult, is easily used in young children. Does not require special temperature storage conditions, so it can be always at hand.

Safety Nazaval Plus is due solely to the barrier effect – the drug does not have specific local and systemic effects on the body. It can be used for prophylaxis 10-15 minutes before the intended contact with the patient or visiting crowded places during the seasonal increase in incidence. To protect against SARS during the day, it is recommended to perform one injection of Nazaval Plus in each nasal passage 3-4 times a day. After each nasal cavity cleanse, the spray should be reused to maintain the protective effect. Due to the natural composition, Nazaval Plus can be used for the prevention of airborne infections, including children of young children, pregnant and lactating women. Contraindications to the use of Nazaval Plus can only serve as individual intolerance to garlic and a tendency to nasal bleeding. The bottle contains 200 doses, which ensures its long-term use and economical consumption.

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