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Even though allergy treatments have colorful labels and varied names, most fix your itchy eyes, runny nose, and sneezing mainly because they contain one form of an antihistamine. People who experience the symptoms of seasonal allergies quickly go for antihistamines. Although antihistamines are different, they work the same way. A lot of factors determine which one will work best for you. Nevertheless, it is important to note that decongestants and antihistamines do not cure allergies, but provide the much needed relief from congested or runny nose.

Antihistamines are used for treating other conditions other than allergies. They may also be used to treat stomach acid, nausea, or any other medical issues. Some sleeping pills are formulated using allergy-related antihistamines. In most cases, flu and cold medicines have some form of antihistamine as well. Antihistamines are also popularly used to fight off allergic reactions, although most people take them daily throughout a bad allergy season. This way, an antihistamine develops maximum strength. This enables it to fight mast cells that release histamine.

The majority of allergy treatments contain antihistamine alone while others are formulated with additional drugs like pain medicines or decongestants. It is advisable that you opt for a combination of medication only if necessary. Each type of medication has its risks and side effects. However, if antihistamines are not providing relief from an allergy, you may use combination medicines.

Some of the antihistamine treatment drugs require a prescription while others do not. You can try over the counter brands, but consult a doctor or a pharmacist first to ascertain you are taking the right medication to treat the symptoms you are experiencing. Should the allergy treatment fail to provide relief, try something stronger. If you are not sure about where to go for allergy medicines, submit a request to EZBZ's concierge for recommendations.