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Spring is coming in full swing, but her wonderful blossoming and the kingdom of scents bring you little happiness and joy. Some kinds of foods or chemicals are under tough control and you avoid them and feel deprived of ordinary joys that others have. This is allergy. And this is the illness that troubles 20% of American population.


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What is Allergy?

Allergies are non-standard reaction of human’s immune system to allergens. These are represented by various substances, depending on the type of allergy. Pollen, mold, animal dander, foods and chemicals may provoke the reaction of the organism that may be even dangerous to life. While for other people they bring no harm.

Depending on the type of an allergen, in other words - the causative of adverse immune reaction, numerous types of allergies are distinguished. The major of them include food, seasonal, pet, drug, chemical allergies and the other.
 Food allergies are provoked by a certain kind of food or food additives, when they are eaten, swallowed or contacted. The symptoms may vary from mild to severe. Most commonly people are allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, fish, crustaceans, mollusks, fruits, vegetables, cow’s milk, hen’s eggs, soybeans, wheat. As for children, they often overcome allergy with the lapse of time. Adult people are recommended not to eat, inhale or contact foods containing allergens, as this is the only treatment. Many doctors offer their patients to wear medical alert bracelets. In the restaurant, for example, you can give the waiter a card where it is indicated what you are allergic to. Such precautions will help you to control what you eat and thus avoid unpleasant symptoms.

Seasonal allergies are mainly associated with the pollen of various plants. While in spring, summer and fall the main allergy trigger is pollen, winter allergy is connected with mold and dust mites that have a greater impact on you as you spend more time indoors.

Speaking about pet allergy, it should be mentioned that in the US, for example, nearly 40% of households keep pets. It has been studied by the National Institute of Health that in every US home there are traces of dog dander, which is the trigger of dog allergy. Cat allergy is provoked by proteins in the cat’s saliva, urine, and dander (dried flakes of skin). Like with every other allergy kind, the easiest treatment is to avoid pets if you are allergic to them. Otherwise treatment with drugs will be needed.

Whatever the allergy may be, the way to overcome it is always the same – first to identify the trigger and then to avoid it or use medications.

The allergic reaction begins when a person receives the sufficient amount of causative substance. There are various ways for the allergen to get into the body. One can inhale, swallow, get it on or under the skin. The symptoms of allergic reaction, caused by inhaled or skin allergens may be expressed by:
  – Itchy, watery eyes
  – Sneezing
  – Itchy, runny nose
  – Rashes
  – Feeling tired or ill
  – Hives

The symptoms of allergic reactions, provoked in other ways may be different. The most common are stomach cramps, vomiting, or diarrhea for food allergy or local swelling, redness, and pain are usually caused by insect stings.

The severity of an allergic reaction may vary from unnoticeable and moderate to severe incapacitating discomfort. The most dangerous reaction, threatening life, is anaphylaxis. It is the allergic reaction of the whole organism. This condition requires immediate ambulance treatment, as it may progress extremely fast and the consequences may be unpredictable and even lethal.

Major allergies are easily diagnosed and treated nowadays. When visiting the doctor you might be examined and asked questions about your habits and diet or you might pass certain reaction tests to know the nature of the allergen. When a certain type of allergy is diagnosed and the causative substance is identified, the best way to ensure you will not suffer its adverse symptoms is to avoid the contact with the allergens you are sensible to. But sometimes that seems quite impossible. Numerous people suffer from seasonal allergies and avoiding flying in the air pollen is not that easy. In such cases they are prescribed certain drugs and medications. The major of them will be antihistamines by nature and that is quite obvious if we look into the origin of allergy symptom.

Having received an allergen, our organism begins to produce a special antibody, known as IgE, to neutralize it. When the antibody binds with the allergen, different chemicals are released into the blood. The major of them is histamine, which is the key trigger of all allergic reactions. Thus, when you take antihistamine medication allergy symptoms are relieved.

The pharmacological market can offer numerous drugs for allergy today. Very often a patient faces a problem what medication to choose. The abundance of medications, both brand and generic, makes this choice even more difficult. Most commonly you will be prescribed a brand drug at the doctor’s, but many allergy drugs are not covered by insurance, posing financial difficulties to the patients.

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Allergy drugs and preparations are prescribed for the treatment of Allergies. Allergy is a disorder of the immune system. This disorder is also known as atopy.

The following drugs and preparations are in any way connected with, or applied for the treatment of Allergies.

— Allegra

Allegra belongs to antihistamines. Antihistamines are fighting with chemical histamines.
Allegra is usually used against such allergic symptoms as itchy and watery eyes, runny nose and sneezing.

Allegra refers to pregnancy category C according o the FDA classification. This indicates that the harmful effect of the drug on the fetus and/or the health of a pregnant woman has not been proven. You should consult your doctor first before taking Allegra if you are pregnant or breast-feeding.

— Atarax

Atarax has a mild anxiolytic activity, also has sedative, antiemetic, antihistaminic and m-anticholinergic action. This drug does not cause addiction or psychological dependence. The clinical effect occurs within 15-30 minutes after ingestion. It improves memory and attention and has a positive effect on the cognitive ability.

Indications for use:
Irritability, atopic dermatitis, anxiety, itchy dermatitis, psychoneurotic states, alcohol withdrawal syndrome, eczema, postoperative period (can be used as part of combination therapy) and vomiting.

While using Atarax, all patients must be careful while doing some potentially dangerous activities that require from them quick psychomotor reaction and high concentration.

— Clarinex

This preparation prevents the development of the allergic reactions and relieves their course. The anti-allergic and anti-itching action is observed. Clarinex prevents the development of edema, reduces the permeability of the capillaries and relieves the smooth muscle spasm. It has very low possibility of sedative effect and in the dose of 7.5 mg does not affect the speed of psychomotor reactions.

Indications for use:
Should be used during perennial and seasonal allergic rhinitis and chronic idiopathic urticaria.

— Claritin

Claritin is an antihistamine remedy.

After taking 10 mg (one dose) or multiple doses based on tests of the skin on histamine, it was found out that expressed antihistaminic action develops within 1-3 hours and reaches a peak in the range from 8 to 12 hours after onset of action. Antihistaminic effect lasts throughout the day. The development of resistance was not observed even after receiving the drug for 28 days.

Indications for use:
  – For seasonal (as well as year-round) rhinitis of the allergic genesis in order to relief the symptoms of the disease (itching and burning of the eyes, runny nose, itching, sneezing, mucous membrane of the nose);
  – Allergic skin diseases, including urticaria (for the children from 2 years old);

— Lioresal

Lioresal is a neuromuscular blocking agent of the central action.

The action of Lioresal:
  – it inhibits the mono-and polysynaptic transmission of nerve impulses;
  – reduces preload muscle spindles;
  – has no effect on neuromuscular transmission;
  – reduces the painful spasms and clonic convulsions;
  – increases range of motion in the joints, facilitates active and passive kinesotherapy (physical exercise, massage, manual therapy).

Indications for use:
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— Periactin

Periaktin has antihistaminic action (it blocks H1 receptors), but at the same time this drug is a strong antiserotonin substance (reduces the effects caused by serotonin). It has also anticholinergic activity. Periactin has anti-allergic effect, and is particularly effective in itching dermatoses (perhaps due to the antiserotonin activities).

Indications for use:
Periactin is applied in allergic diseases (acute and chronic urticaria, serum sickness, vasomotor rhinitis, contact dermatitis, neurodermatitis, in allergic reactions to medications, etc.), as well as in migraine, loss of appetite of the various etiologies (bulimia nervosa, chronic diseases, etc.).

— Spiriva

Indications for use:
The main indication for use is COPD (including chronic emphysema and bronchitis).
The drug should not be used for the relief of bronchospasm as its inhalation may cause bronchospasm. During the course of treatment, the patients with chronic renal failure should be carefully monitored.
Patients should be aware of the rules of inhaler usage. Avoid getting powder in the eyes. Do not apply more than 1 time a day.

— Zyrtec

The action of Zyrtec:
  – reduces the migration of basophils, eosinophils and neutrophils;
  – warns the development and relieves the course of allergic reactions;
  – affects early stage of allergic reactions;
  – prevents the development of edema;
  – limits the release of inflammatory mediators on the late stage of an allergic reaction;
  – reduces the permeability of the capillaries;

Indications for use:
Conjunctivitis and perennial or seasonal allergic rhinitis (conjunctival hyperemia, itching, lacrimation, sneezing, rhinorrhea), atopic dermatitis, urticaria (including chronic idiopathic urticaria), angioedema, hay fever, atopic asthma (in the adjuvant therapy).

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