The majority of children are developmentally able to blow
their own nose by age 2. However, while breathing in and
out is a natural, instinctive ability, blowing in and out
–either through the mouth or the nose– is a learned
behavior. Most children are not interested in blowing
their own nose. They are perfectly content keeping their
nasal secretions to themselves.
Children are more exposed and susceptible to ear and
respiratory infections than are adults, particularly as
they are in close contact with each other in playschools,
playgrounds, etc.. Mucous traps an important number of
germs that must be removed in order to prevent ear and
respiratory infections. It is therefore necessary to teach
children how to blow their noses from an early age.
Whether for daily hygiene or during outbreaks of nasal
congestion, Sinomarin® hypertonic seawater solution will
act to prevent or help infections spread or persist.
child's delicate nose use:
Sinomarin® Children 100ml spray