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1. How does Cetirizine Hydrochloride work?
November 13, 2013

Cetirizine Hydrochloride is a second-generation antihistamine used in the treatment of allergies, hay fever, angioedema, and urticaria. It is a major metabolite of hydroxyzine, and a racemic selective H1 receptor inverse agonist. It is an antihistamine that treats symptoms, such as itching, runny nose, watery eyes, and sneezing from hay fever (allergic rhinitis) and other allergies, such as allergies to molds and dust mites. It is available in generic form. Common side effects include: drowsiness, fatigue, dizziness, and dry mouth. In children, stomach pain and vomiting may occur. Ce... (read more)

Author: bluesslittle chan

2. Something About the Medicine of Loratadine
October 17, 2013

79794-75-5) is a selective antihistamine used to relieve allergic rhinitis (seasonal allergy) symptoms, including sneezing, runny nose, itching, and watery eyes. It is also used to treat people with idiopathic urticaria. Loratadine is available alone and in a combination product. 1.Before Using This Medicine Some medicines or medical conditions may interact with this medicine. Inform your doctor or pharmacist of all prescription and over-the-counter medicine that you are taking. Additional monitoring of your dose or condition may be needed if you are taking amiodarone. Do no... (read more)

Author: meimei alisa

3. Medicine of Loratadine
October 17, 2013

Loratadine(CAS.NO:79794-75-5) is a selective antihistamine used to relieve allergic rhinitis (seasonal allergy) symptoms, including sneezing, runny nose, itching, and watery eyes. It is also used to treat people with idiopathic urticaria. Loratadine is available alone and in a combination product. 1.Before Using This Medicine Some medicines or medical conditions may interact with this medicine. Inform your doctor or pharmacist of all prescription and over-the-counter medicine that you are taking. Additional monitoring of your dose or condition may be needed if you are taking... (read more)

Author: meimei alisa

4. Know yourself what causes allergies
September 13, 2013

Human body is prone to a number of allergy types such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, conjunctivitis, eczema, anaphylaxis and hives. Allergies are of many kinds and they can be widely divided as: nasal allergies and skin allergies. These allergies can be seasonal and can occur at any time and any age. Allergy is an excessive reaction by our immune system against the exposure to foreign substances. There are three main types of allergy caused by environment substances: Food allergies, contact allergies and inhalant allergies. Additionally, bacteria and parasite deteriorate the physical cond... (read more)

Author: vikson shownmike

5. How Chronic Allergic Rhinitis Impacts The Quality of Life
July 29, 2013

Allergies, they make you sneeze, cough and leave your eyes itchy and watery. Allergic rhinitis is a seasonal or a perennial condition. When diagnosing the disease, doctors will examine the patient physically and check the patient’s family history. This will help determine a course of treatment. A patient with allergic rhinitis will suffer from swollen nasal passages leaving them feeling clogged up and stuffy. Other symptoms may include, sneezing, itchy runny nose, watery eyes and scratchy throat. More severe symptoms include painful ear pressure, fatigue and even nose bleeds. This ... (read more)

Author: Karim Smaira

6. Altacura Allergy Tablets
April 22, 2013

ALTACURA ALLERGY tablets produced by Alta Care Laboratoires is an anti-allergy treatment for a 24 hour sustained relief. Altacura Allergy relieves allergy such as stuffy and runny nose (allergic rhinitis), watery eyes (allegic conjunctivits), hay fever, and scratchy sensations (urticaria). Altacura Allergy Tablets provides local and rapid onset of action and there is no sedating effect. One of the most common allergies is Allergic rhinitis, an inflammation or irritation of the mucous membranes that line the nose following exposure to an allergen. Altacura Allergy Tablets is very effective... (read more)

Author: Alta Care

7. How to tell your health condition afer getting up?
April 16, 2013

If dark eye circles just visit once in a while, it is probably just because you stay up late at night, have insomnia or have drunk too much coffee or other factors. If, however, they exit in a long term, it possibly indicates to menstruation disorders. If a women's blood circulation is not smooth during the menstrual period, it is very likely to cause dark eye circles. Patients with allergic rhinitis, those who haven't removed the makeup completely off their eyes and those who lack of physical exercise and with poor circulation are more likely to have dark eyes. Dark eye circles indicate ... (read more)

Author: Tang Qian

8. Treatment of Allergies and Asthma by an Allergist
April 12, 2013

Allergies and asthma are uncomfortable conditions for those who suffer from them. Millions of people across America have some type of allergy. Reactions can range from mild to life-threatening. Whatever the severity, an allergist in NYC can help to alleviate or avoid these reactions. Knowing how to pinpoint the exact cause of an allergy can sometimes be difficult. That’s where an allergist comes in. They can perform tests to see what allergens are causing issues. One common allergy problem is allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever. Symptoms include nasal congestion, runny and itchy nose, s... (read more)

Author: Cleo Gib

9. Reviews of Asthma Causes
April 05, 2013

Asthma is a disease of the lungs in which the airways become blocked or narrowed causing breathing difficulty. Asthma is a chronic lung disease that causes episodes of difficult breathing. Asthma symptoms are caused primarily due to constriction, tightening of the muscles surrounding the airways, and inflammation, soreness, swelling and irritation of the airways in the lungs.Allergic rhinitis is excessive discharge of mucus glands in the nose, congestion of the veins in the nasal cavity that can cause blockage of nasal airflow and cause irritation of the sensory nerves in the nose and throat... (read more)

Author: Vikas Gupta

10. You Can Teat Allergic Rhinitis Without Going to the Drugstore
April 01, 2013

According to statistics, thirty to forty percent of the world's population today suffer from allergic rhinitis. Also know as hay fever or seasonal allergy, allergic rhinitis is the inflammation of the nasal passages as a result of the patient being exposed to allergens such as pollen, animal dander, and dust. While there's no known cure for this medical condition, patients are advised to make lifestyle changes or to take antihistamine to reduce the symptoms. In their desire to get rid of symptoms immediately, however, most people resort to taking medicine right away. The problem with taking me... (read more)

Author: Peter Roseberg

11. How Does Constant Carpet Cleaning Reduces Morning Sinusitis
March 27, 2013

Do you start sneezing, itchy nose, accumulation of mucous in the nose or nose congestion after you are exposed to dusty objects? These are symptomatic reactions that are medically known as allergic rhinitis when chemical reaction occur in your body system after you inhale the particular allergen, such as dust mite, mold, pets dander, etc. The reaction may seem not serious and non-life threatening but if the disease is not controlled and managed appropriately it may lead to more serious health risk like Asthma. According to Dr Kenny Peter Pang, an ENT Specialist at Pacific Sleep Centre, a... (read more)

Author: Derick Ng

12. Babies born by c-sections have higher risk of becoming obese - ND YAG Laser Machine
February 19, 2013

Children may be two times more likely to be obese if they were bornvia caesarean section, say researchers. In the United States, around 1 in 3 babies are delivered bycaesarean section, and this method of delivery has already beenlinked to an increased risk of subsequent childhood asthma and allergic rhinitis . The study is published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood. Findings of the study are based on 1,255 mother and child pairs,who between 1999 and 2002, attended 8 outpatient maternity servicesin eastern Massachusetts, USA. The mothers participated in the study before 22 weeks... (read more)

Author: wu chao

13. Mountain Cedar Allergies---7 Questions Answered
February 15, 2013

The Mountain Cedar grows in great number in Texas and is a potent trigger for many allergy sufferers from late fall to early spring. If the pollen from these trees causes you misery, here are 7 facts that will help. Why is it sometimes called Cedar Fever? That's a good question. Like hay fever the term is a misnomer. There is generally no fever involved. The term simply refers to allergic rhinitis, or swelling of the nasal linings and passages because of the body's overreaction to the pollen produced by these trees. When is the peak season? New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas are t... (read more)

Author: Debbie Davis

14. Some kind of Allergic Reactions is Curable with Trained Specialists
January 17, 2013

Allergist is a medical specialist which is providing treatment of allergic diseases. These specialists who can diagnosed of any kind of allergic reactions in body. They are also specialized in the treatment of allergic reactions and immunologic diseases. They treats such types of disorders like allergic rhinitis, asthma, allergic eye diseases, atopic dermatitis (eczema), urticaria (hives), chronic cough, chronic sinus infections, frequent colds/bronchitis and immune problems. Allergists also see patients with food allergy, medication allergy, bee sting (venom) allergy and latex allergy. ... (read more)

Author: andy da

15. Seosonal Allergies: Top Guidelines for Sensitivity Relief
December 04, 2012

If you suffer from frequent sneezing, itchy nostrils, watering eyes, or sinus headaches, you may very well be suffering from allergies and not a cold. Hay fever, allergic rhinitis and pollinosis all names airborne seasonal allergies, occurs when the immune system reaction to allergens in the air. The ideal treatment for hay fever remedy, in order to avoid the allergens, but it is very difficult with seasonal allergies. Allergens are stopped just outside your door, and increase when you open it. Some people do not like to treat allergy symptoms, because of the cost and side effects. These ... (read more)

Author: Rakesh Agrawal

16. Beware of Various Allergies in Children
December 04, 2012

Allergies in children usually develops in stages, especially in young children, although they often overlap, it is an allergic disease progression known as the allergic march. Eczema is most often diagnosed in very young babies, first, it is often within the first three years of life after food allergies as the children grow older, they become more likely to develop asthma, rhinitis, and then, but if your baby has eczema, it doesn 't mean that they will go to other allergies, but it does increase the likelihood of such effects. Allergic Asthma According to Asthma UK, one of 11 childr... (read more)

Author: Rakesh Agrawal

17. 5 Methods to Win the Battle Against Allergies Naturally
December 03, 2012

Allergy season is upon us once again. 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, also known as "hay fever" and "seasonal allergic rhinitis." These allergies occur when we inhale pollens and mold spores from flowers, trees, grass, and even weeds. Some of us also suffer from allergies camera from dust mites and dander from our beloved four-legged friends. No matter what the source, we all know what allergies feel like, among other things: itchy eyes, runny nose, sneezing, scratchy throat, and headache. Allergy symptoms are, to say the least, uncomfortable. So we pop antihista... (read more)

Author: Rakesh Agrawal

18. Whether Should We Keep Birds in the Room at Home
November 06, 2012

Whether can we keep birds indoor? A lot of people like to grow flowers, keep birds or keep pets at home; in addition to adding some life fun, these preferences are still very good for our health. However, if you raise them improperly, it not only will not add fun, but also can affect the health of body. Especially for the people who like to keep a bird, in the process of raising a bird, if you do not pay attention to details, it is also easy to cause feeding bird disease, such as allergic rhinitis and psittacosis and other diseases. Moreover, in order to be convenient to watch and stir... (read more)

Author: Code Blue

November 06, 2012

Nasal allergies also known as allergic rhinitis is common condition among adults. They can make you sneeze, teary-eyed and your sinuses congested. Having allergies can prevent you from doing the things that you want to do and can even affect your performance at work. Nasal allergies can lead to other sinus problems. You can be free from nasal allergy if it is diagnosed and treated correctly. Why suffer when you can do something about it? Start taking your allergy symptoms seriously before it leads to something more dangerous. Sinuses are concave pockets in your skull which are linked to y... (read more)

Author: Grace Warren

20. Doing Exercise Frequently to Keep Healthy
November 05, 2012

One day in the early morning, I suddenly woke up because of sneeze. At first I thought that I had a cold, but this kind of symptom has lasted for several days, which made me very confused and uncomfortable. Then I went to hospital, only to find that I have allergic rhinitis. Then, as long as the weather gets cold of at the time of season change, I suffer the pain. Now winter is coming, I feel very bad every day. And I aware that health is very important for every person, nowadays, young people often overlook exercise; they all think that they are very healthy because they are young, including ... (read more)

Author: march lee

21. Asthma Preventions
November 02, 2012

Introduction In any of the field we need Updates for moving to the further step. So mainly the updates is needed in Science with newer discoveries and inventions in the biological and physical sciences domain and the specialized areas. By that we can share knowledge and it also leads to new inventions. Asthma is the major problem in human beings which is very dangerous. Main Idea What is Asthma? Asthma is a common condition that results in problems with breathing. Once induced by allergens the lungs airways swell and tighten, making breathing difficult. When someone has an asth... (read more)

Author: Samraj CH

22. 5 Awesome Steps Towards Eradication of Allergy Rhinitis
October 26, 2012

Though allergy might appear to be a very simple disease, only those who suffer its ‘wrath’ know how irritating or rather frustrating it can get. This is why the world of science has been constantly striving to come up with some or the other effective remedy for allergic rhinitis. The prime symptoms of this disease are uncontrollable nasal discharge and itching. A recent survey states that over 25% of global citizens are afflicted with this illness. It is obvious that the best way to treat this disease is by taking the patient to a doctor. However, one must remember that there are several... (read more)

Author: Cooper Clark

23. Buy Singulair and Celexa to Treat Asthma Symptoms and Major Depression
October 25, 2012

Singulair is the brand name of Montelukast, which is a leukotriene receptor antagonist. Your body will release chemicals called leukotriene that causes muscle tightening around the airways and swelling in the lungs, resulting in the asthma symptoms. buy singulair to treat the patients suffering from asthma attacks. This medication is administered as oral tablets and can be used to treat exercise induced bronchospasm, urticaria, and regular or seasonal allergic rhinitis. This drug will not immediately cure the condition, hence must not be used to treat sudden asthma attacks or any other b... (read more)

Author: Edie Adams

24. Allergies and Its Reactions Go Hand In Hand
September 11, 2012

Asthma is an allergic soreness of the nasal airways, occurred when an allergen, such as animal dander, pollen, or dust is breathe in by a person with a sensitized immune structure. The term, Rhinitis which refers annoyance of nose, is derivative from Rhino that refers nose. It is named as Pollinosis as well, if occurred Hay fever and by pollen, if caused by exact grass pollen. Hay fever is a misnomer because there is neither at all fevers nor any hay, yet as grasses discard their pollens into the atmosphere at about the similar time that hay is being incise, the familiar expression hay fever i... (read more)

Author: Book MyDoctor

25. Rhinocort aqua
August 20, 2012

Rhinocort aqua nasal spray includes the active ingredient Budesonide, which is a kind of drug known as a corticosteroid (or steroid). Corticosteroids are hormones generated naturally by the adrenal glands that have various important functions, including control of revolutionary responses. Budesonide is a synthetic corticosteroid and is executed by nasal spray to reduce inflammation in the nasal passages. People who affected of nasal allergies (allergic rhinitis) such as hay fever tend to feel a variety of symptoms as a resultant of their aversion. These contain a runny, itchy and blocked nose,... (read more)

Author: graham anthony

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