Mucinex Children's Day Night Time Multi-Symptom Cold Liquid Relieves Nasal & Chest Congestion Mucus Cough Fever Sore Throat 118 ML
Mucinex Children's Multi-Symptom Cold Day Night Liquid
When cold symptoms interrupt a child's sleep, it creates disruption for the whole family. Recommend the around-the-clock relief they need with Mucinex Children's Day Time Multi-Symptom Cold & Night Time Multi-Symptom Cold combo pack.
Dextromethorphan HBr - DAY
Guaifenesin - DAY
Phenylephrine HCI - DAY
Acetaminophen - NIGHT
Diphenhydramine HCI - NIGHT
Phenylephrine HCI - NIGHT
Nasal Congestion is when your little one's nose becomes stuffed up and inflamed. Minor illnesses are the most common causes of nasal congestion. For instance, a cold or the flu can cause stuffy noses. Illness-related congestion usually improves within one week.
Controls CoughControls cough (Day & Night)
A cough is a reflex that helps get rid of mucus and foreign particles in your airways. When the cough receptors scattered throughout your child's airways are stimulated by irritants or triggered by an accumulation of excess mucus, they send a signal to the cough center in the brain to bring about a cough.
Chest congestion is when the membranes that line your child's airways are irritated and inflamed, resulting in the production of thicker and more abundant mucus. This irritation can be caused by inhaling various particles.
Breaks Up MucusBreaks up mucus (Day)
Mucus comes hand and hand with congestion. Guaifenesin is an expectorant that helps reduce chest congestion that can be caused by colds. It works by thinning the mucus in the air passages and makes it easier to cough up.
Relieves runny nose & sneezing (Night)
Runny nose & sneezing usually occur when something irritates the nose's lining. This may trigger a sneeze to get whatever is bothering the inside of child's nose out. This may also trigger an inflammatory reaction causing mucus production to go into overdrive. This excess mucus is your body trying to get rid of these irritants and can result in a runny nose.
Relieves FeverRelieves fever (Night)
A fever is not an illness by itself but a symptom of something else that's making your kiddo sick, most likely an infection. A fever is one of the ways their body responds to and battles an infection. As their body fights the infection, their body temperature may rise, resuting in a fever.
When your kid's throat is scratchy and swallowing or even talking hurts, they just want relief. There are many causes of sore throats, but the most common is a viral infection, like a cold or the flu.
For ChildrenFor Children
For Children Ages 6+ Years