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Fight Your Cold Symptoms with Advil Cold & Sinus

This post has been sponsored by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.

It never fails, once the cool weather hits the colds and everything that go with them hit us. When I get sick, I am not the happiest of people. Okay, I am downright whiny, a complete baby. The stuffy nose, watery eyes, body aches, cough, and runny nose put me into baby mode faster than you can ask me how I feel. As a mom, I don’t have time to be the baby, I have a husband and my three babies that I need to take care of. I can’t let things fall by the wayside, so that means I need something that will help me feel as close to normal as possible as quickly as possible. That’s where Advil Cold & Sinus comes in!

Advil Cold & Sinus helps me get back to feeling a little more human (be gone whiny cold baby in my body). Because Advil Cold & Sinus is the #1 pharmacist recommended brand to treat the worst symptoms, it’s a brand I always know I can count on. Advil Cold & Sinus combines a powerful nasal decongestant with the number-one selling pain reliever, Advil to help me feel better when I take it. I love that it is non-drowsy so it doesn’t affect my ability to care for my kids and get things done. Advil Cold & Sinus is the first choice for me anytime I am under the weather because it’s fast-acting and strong.

So, the next time you are hit with a cold be sure to pick up Advil Cold & Sinus. Of course, you definitely want to be sure to get the rest you need, enjoy a bowl of chicken soup along, read a good book and treat your symptoms with fast acting Advil Cold & Sinus.

What are some of the symptoms you have used Advil Cold & Sinus to treat?

 

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Toni is a professional lifestyle blogger living on the sunny Florida Gulf Coast. She has a passion for Disney, Travel, Fashion, Cooking, Tech, Family Fun Ideas, Reviews, Giveaways and loves being able to share that with her readers!
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