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I have bad allergies, what helps?
I have rather bad allergies and suffer from sinus problems alot. I use zyrtec, a prescription nasal spray, and use a saline mist every morning. But every morning I wake up feeling pressure in my head. I sneeze and get a runny nose and it usually doesn't clear up until later in the day. I never feel a 100%. It also causes a problem for my social life. I'm a 22 year old and everytime I go out to a bar with my friends my allergies act up from the smoke and I end up with a runny nose and itchy eyes. I also suffer my itchy eyes and I wear contacts so it can make it very tough. Is there anything else I can do to relieve myself of some of these symptoms?
I also have allergies so I understand. I think you have to stay away from what causes your symptoms. Such as smoke, you just have to keep away from it. I have found that sleeping with a humidifier in my room really helps a lot. I make sure the door is closed and I rid the room of dust daily. This really makes a difference.
I have pretty bad allergies too and I take Allegra along with Flonase and the saline solution. I've tried Claritin and it didn't really work all that well, Allegra seems to do the trick and you only have to take it once a day.
The smoke from bars and alcohol in and of
itself causes allergies for some people.
Wine is the worst form of alcohol which
causes allergies, the Sulfites in the wine,
often triggers an allergy attack.
Almost ALL alcohol, for someone with
allergies may cause allergy problems, maybe
triggering an attack. Take away those triggers,
or drink your drinks without alcohol.
When I was 21 and discovered all this, I simply
chose not to smoke or drink alcohol anymore.
Why cause suffering, when I can prevent it ?
Stay away, as far as possible, from places
where there is excessive smoking, such as
Best of luck to you.
From an R.N. with a Master's degree who
Happy Holidays to you.
I have the same problems.
Go to a doctor and get allergy testing...they'll probably give you some prescription.
my cousin had really bad allergies and he couldn't go to school for like 5 months. They had to give him some shots, but now he's off of the shots and he's totally fine.
Try benadryl..that stuff really works.
try eyedrops too
also, drink a lot of tea
Go out and buy a humidifier, turn it on while you sleep.
It works wonders for my nephew with bad allergies.