Over the Counter Allergy Medications Options

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When it comes to allergy medications we have many choices these days. We can get allergy shots. We can get prescription medicines from our physician or we can get over the counter medications ourselves at any pharmacy or many of other types of stores.

You have many choices when you are buying over the counter allergy medications. You can also buy them in many different forms.

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No Excuse to Not Wear Your Medical Allergy Bracelet

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You know you should wear your allergy ID (or alert) bracelet. But why aren’t you?

If your answer is that you don’t want to wear those boring ID bracelets, you have no excuse. Fashion trends for health and allergy alert bracelets have changed a lot in the last few years. So you can still look fashionable and be safe. Continue reading…

Hypoallergenic Products, Are They Really Non-allergenic?

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Do you really know what the definition of a hypoallergenic product is?  It just simply means that the manufacturer markets it as the product that will not cause an allergic reaction in most people. Does that mean that you won’t have an allergic reaction if you use the product; not necessarily!

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Nasal Filters: a New Treatment for Hay Fever

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A majority of allergy sufferers, especially those with hay fever, do not like taking medications, such as anti-histamines and nasal steroids, because either they doubt the efficiency or they dislike the side-effects.

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Hypoallergenic Linens and Bedding

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It is inevitable for dust mites and other allergens to settle into your mattress, bedding, and pillows, and disturb your sleep by triggering your asthma, allergic rhinitis, or eczema.  One way to sleep soundly through the night is to keep your bedroom allergy free.  Instead of spending on anti-allergy medications or pay regular visits to your doctor when your allergies are at their worst, you can stop the problem before it starts by investing on hypoallergenic linens and bedding. Continue reading…

Chlorine Shower Filter

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Have you ever realized that unfiltered shower water can be dangerous to our body? It is true because of the health risks brought about by the chlorine content in the water. Although chlorine is used to disinfect water, it is not safe for drinking, showering or bathing.

What is so dangerous about chlorine?

Especially if you take a hot shower in an enclosed stall, chlorine vaporizes on the spot and is easily inhaled. Continue reading…

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