Allergy

The immune system of people creates certain antibodies to fight foreign substances, so that they don’t get ill. At times, it may identify substances as harmful even though they aren’t, and this reaction is called an allergy. There are different allergens, including environments, medications, food products, etc.

When the human body contacts with allergens, this reaction leads to a range of unpleasant symptoms, such as watery eyes, sneezing, skin irritation and others. The worst one is anaphylaxis, because it can be life-threatening.

It’s possible to treat allergic reactions with such effective medications as decongestants, antihistamines, special hydrocortisone creams and so on. Allergies vary from one patient to another, and they have different types.

Antihistamines are regularly used to treat the symptoms of allergies, and they are available as tablets, nasal sprays, eye drops, etc.

Decongestants are used to relieve congestion, and they are prescribed by doctors with antihistamines.

You can find them as special liquids, pills, eye drops and sprays. Corticosteroids are quite popular and they decrease inflammation, prevent nasal stuffiness and treat other annoying symptoms.

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