Taking Antihistamines and Alcohol

You are very busy working when this not so friendly cold embraced you. Then the symptoms begin to show, sneezing, runny nose, stuffy nose and itchy eyes. The first thing you are going to do is to take a medicine that can cure such allergies, the antihistamines. Working with those irritable disorders is really uncomfortable.

Antihistamines block the histamine your body releases when a substance (allergen) causes the symptoms of an allergic reaction.

After taking the medicine, you now feel well and ready for work. Wait! How can you concentrate on work when you are feeling drowsy. Seems your home bed is pulling you to lye and take a good sleep. Some antihistamines cause drowsiness such as brompheniramine, cetirizine, chlorpheniramine, clemastine, desloratadine, diphenhydramine, fexofenadine, levocetirizine and triprolidine.

Perhaps you want to take a shot of alcohol to counteract the drowsiness effect. Think again because it can send you straight to sleep. Alcohol can add drowsiness effect cause by antihistamines.

Before taking any medications, ask your doctor for no-drowse antihistamines. On the other hand, take the regular one if you like to have a good night sleep.

antihistmamine drops

My baby boy often feel asleep after taking this antihistamine drops.

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