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Fast and effective relief of minor aches, pains and/or fever associated with cold, flu, headaches, sore throat, immunization and toothaches.

1. Alcohol free
2. Aspirin free
3. Sugar free
4. Pleasant fruit punch flavor
5. For children 2-12 years

5 Great reasons to use cetamol:

1. Safe to use for children over 7 year. Relief of pain and fever associated with mosquito born diseases such as Dengue, Zika and Chikengunya.*
2. Recommended by doctor- The man ingredient in Cetamol, paracetamol, is one of the safest pain and fever relievers for adults and children as there are very little side effects associated with its use.
3. Caffeine and aspirin free so it is gentler on your stomach.
4. Easy to Swallow, Fast dissolving caplet so it quickly relieves pain and fever.
5. Affordable so it’s easy on your pockets as well! Available in a convenient pack of 2 caplets and a box of 20 caplets.

Practicing these easy steps will help you avoid many common headache and pain triggers:

Maintain good posture and move around.
Good posture engages muscle groups to support your body, reducing unnecessary stresses to joints.
Movement, such as walking and stretching, assist in promoting increased blood flow to relieve
Stiffness, soreness and prevent cramps.
Get the right pillows.
Sleeping with Sufficient support allows for the optimal intake of oxygen into the bloodstream, allowing the body to rejuvenate during rest. Comfort during sleep is also important to relax muscles which are engaged throughout the day.
Stick to a healthy diet and exercise regimen.
A balance of nutrition and exercise is imported in developing a healthy lifestyle. Try to schedule 30mins of exercise at least 3 times per week, varying the activities so it doesn’t become boring.
Drink water.
Dehydration can cause headaches. Experts recommend that women consume a total of 91 ounces (that’s about 2.7 liters) per day – from all food and beverages combined. For men, it’s about 125 ounces a day (or 3.7 liters)
Manage stress.
Take steps to manage stress by adding enjoyable activities to your daily or weekly routine that allow you to recharge and unwind, such as a hobby, outdoor family time, going to the movies or spending quiet time along with a book.

Pain free tips to help the medicine go down:

1.Have the right attitude. Older kids will Often respond to reason and encouragement, and younger kids will take their cue from a Parent’s emotions so the more frustrated you get, the harder it is to get the medicine down.
2.Prepare the kids. For old enough to understand, explain why they need to take medicine. Explain how it will help them. Prepare them in advance for their upcoming dose.
3.Fool the tongue. Some taste-deflection tips include coating the tongue with syrup or giving the child
Something cold, like a popsicle, before they take medicine, or washing away the taste quickly with something sweets after they take medicine.
4.Give a visual reward. Older kids will often respond to a reward system. In addition to verbal praise, give kids a sticker and put it on a calendar after they take the medicine. They will feel rewards, and they will also be able to follow their progress visually on the calendar.
5.Use a friend or relative. Another option is getting someone other than a parent involved.