Should I Be Mindful of Medicine?

Being a parent is a massive responsibility. There are so many decisions that need to be made every single day and when the kids get sick, tired or have a terrible cough, it’s hard to know what to do. It’s easy to turn to the medicine or cough drops to make your kid feel better, but that’s not the only thing you can do. Here’s why it’s important to be mindful of medicine and why we created Magic Feel Good as an alternative for your kids.

Be M.O.M! Be Mindful of Medicine

Be M.O.M. stands for Be Mindful of Medicine. As parents, our job is to make smart decisions about medicating our children. If you’re not sure about the side effects of a medicine, make sure you are well educated about the pros and cons before giving it to your kids. There are all sorts of natural remedies, alternative medicines or complimentary meds for children and Magic Feel Good is the only alternative that relies on the scientifically proven placebo effect for your children.

If your child complains about a headache or his tummy or ears hurt, don’t respond by giving them medicine right away. Chances are they could simply be phantom pains. Always monitor the situation and keep a close eye out for any obvious signs of illness, such as a fever, diarrhea or vomiting. If these symptoms do occur, you should take your child to a pediatrician for a check up.

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Magic Feel Good – the all-natural, healthy alternative for those times when children’s medicine isn’t needed. Presents Be M.O.M

You may be asking yourself “What is Be M.O.M?”

Be Mindful Of Medicine

You may also be asking yourself “Why do I need to be mindful of giving my children medication?”

Good Question.

Often children use phantom pains as a call for attention. This is a situation that doesn’t require medicine, but attention. Unneeded medicine can be harmful to your child’s health.

Did you know, Over use of Aspirin has been linked to Reyes Syndrome which causes swelling in the brain and liver leading to some serious problems. In fact, children and teenagers recovering from chickenpox or flu-like symptoms should never take aspirin.

Being a great parent means protecting your children and providing the best for them.

Magic Feel Good is a way to provide the necessary attention to a child without risking over medication. This all-natural, children’s Vitamin C placebo looks like real medicine, but doesn’t carry the risk of the harmful side effects!

Start making healthier decisions today!

Visit www.magicfeelgood.com to learn more about Be M.O.M and Magic Feel Good!

May Clinic: Reye’s Syndrome