Allergy Medicine and Alternatives

Allergies are a prevalent kind of autoimmune disease. Treatments and efficient avoidance methods can help with symptoms that range from bothersome to life-threatening. Allergy drugs come in a variety of forms, including pills, liquids, inhalers, nasal sprays, eye drops, skin lotions, and needles (injections). Some medications are also the over the counter, while other medications need a prescription. The different sorts of allergy drugs and why they're used are summarized below. Allergies are caused by the immune system overreacting. The immune system defends the body against disease-causing invaders such as viruses and bacteria. A person's immune system reacts to an innocuous chemical as if it were toxic if they have an allergy.

  • Antihistamines
  • Decongestants
  • Saline irrigation
  • Anti-inflammatory diet

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