Sick Day Survival Kit Giveaway #SickJustGotReal

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We have all experienced a sick day from time to time. Whether it is with little ones or ourselves, it is always good to have a Sick Day Survival Kit prepared for that moment. Read more about 5 must-haves for every sick day survival kit for kids.

To help you prepare your own kids sick day survival kit, we are giving you the opportunity to win a prize pack filled with great prizes including:

  • Pfizer Pediatric Products
  • 20th Century Fox DVD
  • $25 Target Gift Card

Giveaway is open to US Residents, ages 18+ years of age (limited to one entrant per household).

The giveaway ends on 02/23/17.

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Comments

  1. Bottled water, hot shower, warm Jammie’s.

  2. Rosanne Clark says:

    we love to snuggle to a movie – drink plenty of liquids

  3. Lisa Hollinger Barto says:

    plenty of fluids and homemade soup and sleep are my go to. I also use essential oils

  4. When you are sick and not vomiting… you need plenty of fluids. And if you ARE vomiting, not many realize you can sip soda to help. Yes, soda. Lemon lime or ginger ale is best but even cola. The sweet and salt content actually is beneficial when you are queasy. Trust me, it helps. So keep some 7 up or ginger ale on hand..

  5. Patricia Wagner says:

    A water bottle. That way the sick person can gat a drink laying down.

  6. Angela Nichols says:

    Sleep, a lot of sleep, and plenty of fluids.

  7. vanessa dalton says:

    Emergen-C, Lots of water, lots of rest, vitamin C, orange juice

  8. Lots of cuddles on the couch together works for us!

  9. Catherine Lewis says:

    Most importantly, get some rest! Your body heals itself when you are sleeping and resting.

  10. Michelle S says:

    Have meds in the house, drink lots of fluids, and lots of rest.

  11. Jill Rivera says:

    I get plenty of rest and turn the vaporizer on to combat the sick bug.

  12. I think tea with honey on a sick day helps a lot, especially if you have a sore throat )

  13. Cindy hickman says:

    I like to stock up on sick day supplies before they happen!

  14. Judy Lipcsak says:

    lots of TLC and fluids.

  15. rest and fluids

  16. Tonya Payne says:

    Keep chicken noodle soup in cupboard.

  17. jennifer sparks says:

    my best tip is to eat a garlic clove daily until symptoms subside. drink plenty of water also!

  18. Elaine Powell says:

    We just experienced the Winter sickness. Lots of juice for vitamin C, lots of Water to thin secretions. Keep Toilet paper handy for nose blowing. It’s less irritating than tissues.

  19. Darcy Koch says:

    My tips are as follows: drink plenty water, get enough sleep, do exercise, visit your doctor when needed, and stay stress-free.

  20. My tip is to drink tea with lemon and honey. Always make me feel a little better at the time!

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  21. Alisa Jenkins says:

    My Sick Day survival is just laying in bed or on the couch with movies.

  22. Jessica Lodge says:

    When I’m sick anything goes. We get takeout, I lay on the sofa and give my kids the tv or kindles and I make my life as easy as possible. Whatever keeps them quiet and content I do.

  23. Angela Williams says:

    We drink a lot of water at a 9.5pH level snd use theives essential oils.

  24. My daughter is getting over being sick and I told her to sleep as much as possible. It definitely helped because she’s gotten better faster than my husband.

  25. laura bernard says:

    Take elderberry syrup often!

  26. Nancy Bowers says:

    Stay hydrated. Increase vitamin c, oranges are good. Rest.

  27. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    It seem like everyone is sick in the house I just clean a lot and I lysol door nobs and I try my hardest to keep my kids in the house and not to venture to the shopping malls or grocery stores as not to get anyone else sick.. A friend of mine told me about a raw onion in a bowl in a room that people frequent and she swears by it that it helped her 3 kids get better in a day or two.

  28. shelly peterson says:

    We get alot of rest and drink plenty of fluids when sick. Having chicken noodle soup helps too.

  29. Lots of cool water with lemon, favorite blanket, keep up to date on medicines.

  30. my tip is to drink hot tea with lemon and relax

  31. Anita Duvall says:

    Lots and lots of hot tea for me. Also yesterday I had my husband rub down my back and chest with Vick’s Vapo Rub.

  32. Eloise Carlson says:

    When anyone in the house is sick, we drink orange juice for the vitamin C, have lots of tissues on hand, drink hot tea and lots of water to stay up on our fluids, and overall just plenty of rest to get all of the sickies out. I also keep a lot of Lysol spray and wipes on hand to disinfect the house. Thanks so very much for the chance!

  33. lots of rest plenty of fluids and stay still

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