mom with sick childHearing your kids scream from the pain of earache is difficult and frustrating parents.  It has been impossible in the past to find anything that seems to help relieve the pain, ear drops don’t seem to do much to help and there was little or nothing available from the drugstore. That’s because the reason for the pain is due to the Eustachian tube, where the pain occurs, being connected to the mouth, not the outer ear.

More and more pediatricians are reluctant to prescribe antibiotics for earaches, since the American Academy of Pediatrics endorsed a wait-and-see approach in 2013, hoping more earaches would heal on their own without antibiotics.

Now we have a new product to help releive earach pain, ClearPop for Rapid Earache Relief with a patented shape optimized to pull congestion out of the middle ear and into the mouth. ClearPop for Rapid Earache Relief is available 

in RiteAid locations, and is available at boutique drugstores and on Amazon.  

ClearPop kids ear ache pain relief means you no longer need to go to the ER or a doctor’s office, can be given with analgesics or antibiotics, alos helps with ear pain caused by pressure changes encoutered while flying in airplanes. Kids love it delicious taste it is the naturally flavored.

This earache pain relief works, stops pain in it’s tracks. clinical test showed that when childrendiagnosed with Acute Otitis Media, or ear infection, consumed the xylitol and Vitamin C-based product in pediatric offices, after 20 minutes, 88.5% reported their ear pain dramatically reduced or vanished. The earache episode was totally resolved for 80%. Full study report at https://clearpop.com

EEar infections are the Number One reason kids aged 5 and under receive oral antibiotics. Due to increasing concern about antibiotic overuse and its links to obesity, celiac disease, and Superbugs, the American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends against the use of antibiotics to treat routine ear infections in children over 2. 

 

Dale Petersen MD

By Dale Peterson, MD- Building Health

Dr. Dale Peterson is a graduate of the University of Minnesota College of Medicine. He completed his residency in FamilyMedicine at the University of Oklahoma. He is a past president of the Oklahoma Academy of  Family Physicians. He had a full-time family practice in Edmond, Oklahoma, for over 20 years and was a Chief of Staff of the Edmond Hospital. He was active in teachingfor many years as a Clinical Professor of Family Medicine through the Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center.

Dr. Peterson left his full-time family practice in 1999 to consult with individuals who are seeking ways to restore and maintain their health through improved nutrition and other lifestyle changes. He founded the Wellness Clubs of America to give people access to credible information on supporting and maintaining their health.  His monthly wellness letter, Health by Design, and his Health by Design E-Newsletter provide helpful information to individuals interested in preventing and conquering health challenges.  He is the author of Building Health by Design:  Adding Life to Your Years and Years to Your Life .

Dr. Peterson speaks regularly on subjects related to health and nutrition. He hosted a weekly radio program,Your Health Matters, on KTOK in Oklahoma City for five years. For the past nine years he has addressed questions from across the nation on his Your Health Matters weekly teleconference.He offers a free video LifeXtension course at www.drdalepeterson.com.

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