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Allergy Treatment

On this page you can find out some of the best ways to treat allergies, so that you can feel allergy-free. There are a wide variety of medications and treatments you can take to stop the sneezing, sore eyes, runny nose and other symptoms of allergies.

You should not have to spend your days feeling stuffed up and uncomfortable because of your allergies. If you don't treat your allergies they can sometimes even cause long term problems eventually, such as asthma and hair loss. Treatments such as anti-histamines, nasal sprays, tablets, liquid gels, and eye drops are all available as treatment allergic reactions.

Allergy Testing

Allergy testing by a doctor or allergist can be helpful in treating allergies. They can perform both skin tests and blood tests to determine your allergies.

In a skin test, the allergist inserts tiny drops of allergens into your skin. They can then observe if there is an allergic reaction. In a blood test, a sample of your blood is taken. The allergist then examines the sample for antibodies. This can tell them what you are allergic to.

Treatment For Allergies

There are a number of medications for allergy treatment. The medications below are sold under different brands, such as claratyne, visine, nasonex and zyrtec, for example.

Nasal Spray

Nasal sprays clear your nasal passages to relieve symptoms such as a blocked or runny nose, sneezing and other allergic symptoms. Nasal sprays have long lasting effects and often they may be taken once a day. There are also nasal strips which work in a similar way to nasal sprays.


When you are allergic to something, your immune system releases large amounts of histamine. This is what causes allergic symptoms such as runny nose and watery eyes. By taking antihistamines you reduce the histamine, and these symptoms of allergies. They also help in treating hay-fever. Antihistamines usually come in the form of tablets.

Eye Drops

When you get allergies, you probably get sore, red eyes. Fortunately, there are also eye drops available to relieve and clear up your eyes. This way you can see and feel better in no time. Some examples of eyes drops for allergies are visine, naphcon and clear eyes.


Decongestants are another method of allergy treatment. Decongestants reduce nasal congestion to help you breathe easier and decrease other allergic symptoms. You can take decongestants as a nasal spray or an oral medication. Sudafed is an example of a brand of decongestant.

Allergy Shots

One option to help treat allergies is to be given allergy shots. However it is best to try other treatments first before turning to allergy shots.

Allergy shots work by making you less sensitive to allergens so that your symptoms will be lessened. At first you would need to be given allergy shots once or twice a week for several months. Afterwards shots only need to be given every two to four weeks. However the shots must continue for years.

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