Can Allegra medicine help you or a child deal with seasonal allergies?

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What are seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergies also called ‘hay fever’ or seasonal allergic rhinitis, are symptoms of allergies that happen during a particular time of the year, usually when outdoor molds discharge their spores, and grasses, weeds, and trees release pollen particles in the air to fertilize other plants. Allegra medicine is considered as a safe option for treating such allergies.

What causes seasonal allergies?

The immune system of individuals who are allergic to pollen or mold spores consider these particles, also known as allergens, as invaders and release chemicals such as histamine into the bloodstream to protect against them. This release of chemicals causes allergy symptoms.  

Children who have never had any allergies in the past can develop them later. Although seasonal allergies can develop any time, they usually start when children are ten years old and stay with them well into their twenties. However, these symptoms often disappear later in adulthood.

The following steps can help reduce your exposure to the conditions that can trigger your allergy symptoms:

  • Whenever you come into the house, remove the clothes that you wore outside and take a shower to remove the pollen that may be on your skin and hair.
  • Wear a pollen mask to cover your nose and mouth whenever you are outside.
  • Avoid mowing lawn, pulling weeds, and other gardening activities.
  • Stay indoors on dry, windy days.
  • Don’t hang your laundry outside as the pollen may stick to your towels and sheets.
  • The perfect time to go outside the house is after a good rain as it helps clear pollen from the air.

What are the symptoms of allergies?

The common symptoms of seasonal allergies are:

  • Itchy sinus, ear canals, or throat
  • Runny or stuffy nose
  • Sneezing
  • Postnasal drainage
  • Itchy or watery eyes
  • Ear congestion

Some rare symptoms of seasonal allergies are:

  • Coughing
  • Headache
  • Wheezing
  • Shortness of breath

People who have hay fever also suffer from asthma. In such cases, seasonal allergens may trigger an asthma attack.

What are the types of seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergies can be classified according to the various triggers:

  • Summer allergies

These are usually triggered by pollen from weeds and grass.

  • Winter allergies

Winter allergies can develop as a result of dust and mold mites. They are more severe during winter when you spend more time indoors.

  • Spring allergies

There is no cure for spring allergies, but you can take medications or try some household remedies to limit the severity of these allergies.

  • Fall allergies

Fall allergies can get aggravated due to dust mites, ragweed, and mold.

  • Pollen allergy

Millions of people are allergic to pollen from weeds, grass, and trees.

  • Mold allergy

Every one of us is exposed to mold every day, but if you are allergic to it, it can cause a severe reaction.

  • Hay fever

Hay fever, also called allergic rhinitis, is an immune disorder identified by an allergic response to pollen grains and other materials. Hay fever is of two types – seasonal which develops during that time of year when some particular plants pollinate and perennial – which can happen all year round.

How to treat seasonal allergies?

There are different medications and several home remedies available that can help treat seasonal allergies. One such curing option is Allegra allergy pills.

While you can use Allegra medicine, the most important thing is to avoid your seasonal allergy triggers. It is also vital to note that home remedies are not enough in cases of severe allergies. In such cases, it is imperative to rush the patient to the nearest emergency room for proper medical treatment.

In allergy cases, with mild symptoms, nonprescription allergy medications can help to alleviate the symptoms.

Oral antihistamines

There are a number of non-sedating antihistamines, such as Allegra medicine, available in the market that can be used over a long period of time while some antihistamines such as diphenhydramine should be taken only for few days as they can make you drowsy.

These drugs can affect your concentration that is why you should not drive or operate machinery after taking them. It may also interfere with your child’s learning in school; therefore their use should be restricted to a few days.  

Nasal antihistamines

Olopatadine and azelastine are prescription antihistamine nasal sprays that help relieve seasonal allergy symptoms. They do not cause as much drowsiness as oral histamines.   

Decongestants

In cases where allergies can cause stuffed up, nose antihistamines do not usually work. In such cases, a decongestant will help clear the airways.

Allergy shots

These shots are particularly helpful in getting your body used to substances that trigger an allergic reaction. These shots are not a cure, but with time they help to improve the symptoms by reducing them.

Auto-injector

An auto-injector can help treat extreme reactions with a life-saving dose of epinephrine.

What is Allegra used for?

Allegra allergy pills are an over-the-counter drug used to treat symptoms of hives and allergies. Allegra is part of a class of medications called antihistamines which help to stop the effect of histamine. Histamine is a natural substance in the body that can cause allergic signs by blocking the histamine receptor scientifically known as the H1 receptor.

Allegra allergy pills cause less drowsiness than various antihistamines available in the market. They help alleviate symptoms such as:

  • Red, itchy, watery eyes
  • Runny nose
  • Sneezing
  • Itchy throat, nose
  • Rash
  • Itchy skin
  • Itchiness on the roof of your throat

What are the side effects of Allegra medicine?

The common side effects to keep in mind when you buy Allegra are:

  • Pain during menstrual period
  • Diarrhea
  • Dizziness
  • Pain in legs, arms, or back
  • Vomiting
  • Cough
  • Headache

Contact your doctor if these side effects become severe or do not go away while you are taking Allegra allergy pills.

If you feel the following severe side effects while taking Allegra get immediate medical help:

  • Itching
  • Hives
  • Swelling in lower legs, eyes, face, tongue, ankles, throat, feet, lips, hands, or lips
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Hoarseness
  • Problems in swallowing

How to take Allegra?

Take Allegra on an empty stomach one or two hours before eating a meal with a glass of water. Consult your health care practitioner if these symptoms do not improve.

Depending on what the doctor has prescribed you can go for:

You can easily buy Allegra medication online from Canada Pharmacy. The important thing is that you follow what your doctor has prescribed.



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