How to Recover Quickly from a Fun-Filled March Break

March Break always feels like a whirlwind. Whether we go somewhere sunny, or have a staycation doing activities with the family, everyone is always a little exhausted when the week is over! Since we don’t always have time to recover before the next week starts and we have to be back in action at school and work, I make sure I have a couple of revival tricks up my sleeve for us to feel our best.

 

Other than helping  kids to get as much rest as possible, GRAVOL Kids™ Dye Free Quick Dissolve Chewables come in very handy when little ones are feeling woozy during or after an active week. They help prevent and treat nausea, vomiting and dizziness from motion sickness, so a helpful tip is to keep an 18-count pack in your purse in case one of the kids gets car sick, feels nauseous on plane rides or eats too much when you’re out for dinner. Sometimes half a chewable is all they need to get back to enjoying the day, but if they’re really not feeling well, you can give them one tablet every six to eight hours as needed. Dosing amounts can vary by age group, so read the dosage instructions carefully to figure out what’s best for little ones.  These chewables have a yummy orange flavour (that taste way better than what I had when I was a kid!) and dissolve so quickly that your kid likely may not even ask for water. 

 

When you finally get to sit down after a busy week of fun with the kids, those muscles can feel so achy! Moms don’t always have time to relax, but you can rely on RUB A535™ Anti-Inflammatory Cream with Arnica for quick relief. Put it right on the spot where your sore muscle is, or where you’re having joint pain, and it works so fast! I love anything that starts to work instantly so that I can get back to taking care of my family. It’s not greasy like some other products and you don’t have to worry about it staining my clothes.

What do you use for fast recovery after a busy week of fun?

 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post in partnership with Chuch and Dwight. All opinions expressed are my own. To make sure these products are right for you, always read and follow the label.

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