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4 year old has dry nose with a lot of dust, snores. Doesn't use nasal spray. Medication ?

my 4 year old has dry nose with a lot of dust in it, snores in the night and in the night it wakes him up because it is so dry, it has been going on for a year now. I took him to a laryngolog and he said that this ia allergies. He gave him nose spray Nasonex which helps but my son will no longer use it because he says it hurts him. Over the counter allergy medicine doesnt work and humidifier doesnt help either. What can I do to help him? Agata.
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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FITS INTO MILK THEORY
WHICH SAYS CHILD NEED BREAST MILK ONLY UPTO 2 YEARS AND AFTER THAT NO MILK
IF WE ADD MILK TO CHILD DIET CILD START HAVING DISEASES LIKE ALLERGY OBESITY CONTIPATION SKIN ALLERGIES AND OTHER SYSTEMS
AS MILK HAS ANIMAL PROTEINS AND ANIMAL PROTEINS ARE NOT COMPETIBLE WITH HUMAN PROTEINS
WITHDRAW MILK AND DIARY CHILD WITH START COMING TO NORMAL FROM 3 WK TO 3 MONTHS
ADD CEREALS VEGETABLES FRUITS AND CEREALS IN DIET
Answered: Fri, 31 May 2013
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