Know Seasonal Allergies Better Today

Know Seasonal Allergies Better Now

Know Seasonal Allergies Better Now

We’ve tried herbal remedies, i.e. grapeseed extract, allergic tonic and etc. However, they don’t seem to be that effective. He’s used Zyrtec in the past and it was helpful. I am wondering if allergy shots are the most effective way to combat allergies? I would appreciate any advice from fellow allergy sufferers. Thanks.

To answer your query, allergy shots can certainly help but what you’ll take must be something recommended by your attending physician. For safety measure, you can always ask another doctor for opinion. There are other homemade treatment for allergies that you can try. Get to know as many details about seasonal allergies that you can. Know seasonal allergies better through the links that I’ve shared below.

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What are Allergies and Its Symptoms – Pollen.com
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Seasonal Allergies | Causes, Symptoms & Treatment | ACAAI
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  • WWHRD January 20, 2009, 4:29 am

    Your primarty care doc or an allergist can have a RAST test done. With one tube of his blood they will find out everything he is allergic to. It's a great tool to enable his doctor to prescribe him the appropriate medication. Allergy shots can help, but they still have to know exactly what he is allergic to before he can start that treatment.

    You do become immune to your allergy medicine. I use Claritin one year and Zyrtec the next. Right now I'm taking Singulair (pill form, not inhaler) and it works great. Next Spring I might have to go back to Allegra if the Singulair quits working for me. It's a pain, but eventually you learn how to deal with all of it and find the right medications you can rotate.

    I did allergy shots but we moved cross country and I need to go through all my blood work and testing again. In the meantime I'm just taking pills, but the shots did work well for me.

    Hope he gets some relief soon, and that he's not too miserable. I know it can be horrible and I'm sure it's wrecking your nerves to see him having a hard time. It'll get better with the right medication, just you wait and see.