Does your Child Suffer with Travel Sickness?
There are few things worse than embarking on a family trip with the nervous anticipation and dread that someone will be sick along the way. Many young children suffer from travel sickness, whether in the car, bus, train or when flying, so being prepared will help to curb their (and your) anxiety, allowing you all to enjoy your trip.
Keeping cool, getting as much fresh air as possible, focussing on something distracting, and avoiding activities like reading which may cause nausea are all top tips to help keep travel sickness at bay – but sometimes they're not enough, particularly with small children.
With bank holidays and summer days ahead of us, it's likely you will be heading out on day trips, excursions and maybe even a family break. Make your trip easier with Caldekids Travel Pops, which are bound to be a hit with parents and kids – parents will rejoice in the Pops' tummy-settling properties, while kids will love the great apple flavour (and the fact they're getting an unprompted treat!).
Containing two natural extracts – ginger and peppermint – which have a positive effect on the digestive system, the Travel Pops are sure to keep sickness at bay. Offer your child a Travel Pop approximately 30 minutes before travelling, and then sit back and relax on your journey.