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Tummy Calm
FDA-listed homeopathic anti-gas drops for babies, toddlers and children. Simethicone Free. Pediatrician Recommended.
FDA-listed homeopathic anti-gas drops for babies, toddlers and children. Simethicone Free. Pediatrician Recommended.
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Tummy Calm is not only for gas relief. It works for hiccups too! 🤭

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All day. Every day. 🏃‍♀️
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Looking for Tummy Calm near you? Click on the link below to go to our store locator and grab a $3 off coupon.

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Q: Why does my child sleep soundly and longer after taking Tummy Calm®?

A: There are no narcotic or habit-forming ingredients in Tummy Calm Gas Relief drops. Peaceful sleep often follows naturally after a child feels relief from painful symptoms.

Learn more about Tummy Calm and how it can give your little one relief: https://www.tummycalm.com/
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A perk of being a parent! 😆 #tummycalm tummycalm.com
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This mom uses Tummy Calm for her baby and herself.

Read more parent reviews of Tummy Calm Gas Drops here --> https://www.tummycalm.com/product/baby-gas-drops#reviews #tummycalm #gasdrops
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Tips to Prevent and Reduce Gas in Your Child

1. Cut down on foods that cause gas
2. Drink plenty of water, non-“fizzy” liquids and clear soups
3. Reduce the amount of air swallowed by encouraging them to eat slowly and chew well
4. Avoid chewing gum, sucking on hard candy and drinking from drinking fountains
5. Exercise often
6. Increase fiber to keep things moving
7. Go to the bathroom when the urge hits, don’t avoid restroom
8. Teach relaxation techniques like deep breathing and visualization
9. Keep a Journal - available at https://www.tummycalm.com/gas-journal.html.

Also, keep Tummy Calm handy for when gas relief is needed. Go here to learn more about gas in children: https://www.tummycalm.com/gas-in-children.html
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Most gas drops use Simethicone, a synthetic chemical that tastes like soap and acts as an anti-foaming agent in the stomach. Tummy Calm has no Simethicone so you can give your baby natural gas relief. Learn the differences between Simethicone & Tummy Calm https://bit.ly/2ubv58S
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Did you know burping infants is not always effective because gas forms in the intestines as well as the stomach?

If your little one still appears gassy after burping, Tummy Calm can help. It gently works to relieve gassiness in minutes. Learn how Tummy Calm helps relieve baby gas https://www.tummycalm.com/infant-gas.html
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Six Common Causes of Gas in Infants

Discomfort often occurs when gas pockets became trapped in the digestive system. Causes of trapped gas include:

1. Incorrect feeding technique - resulting in too much air being swallowed.

2. Overfeeding - overloading baby's tummy with too much food at once.

3. Immature digestion - a baby’s gut must learn to process food, gas and stool effectively. The gut is also developing its microflora, a mix of healthy bacteria that live in all our gastrointestinal systems.

4. Food sensitivities - babies may have intolerances or allergies to compounds present in breastmilk or formula.

5. Lactose overload – from too much lactose-rich foremilk and not enough of the fatty hindmilk.

6. Excessive crying can cause babies to gulp air into their digestive system.

Tummy Calm is recommended by many pediatricians as an effective remedy to treat excess gas in infants and older children too.

Learn More: https://www.tummycalm.com/infant-gas.html
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