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Daytime cold medicines

Keep up with your daily routine during cold and flu season with daytime cold medicines. The medications are formulated to help cold sufferers function despite their cold symptoms and without growing drowsy.

Choosing a cold medicine

Cold symptoms vary by the type of cold virus you've acquired. Some colds manifest themselves with sinus congestion and headaches, while others cause chest congestion and pain. Coughing, sneezing and fatigue are other symptoms that cold viruses create. Cold medicines are formulated to combat all of these symptoms. The best medicine for your cold is one that can relieve all of your symptoms. Today's cold medicine formulas are designed to combat the most common symptom combinations. Called multi-symptom cold medicines, these formulas are designed to fight symptom combinations like head congestion, sinus pain and sneezing or a combination like chest congestion, coughing and sore throat.

The importance of non-drowsy cold medicine

The most appealing feature of daytime cold medicines is the ingredient used to fight the fatigue of a cold. The non-drowsy ingredients are also used to help the cold sufferer stay awake while fighting the cold and struggling to function through a daily routine. There are a wide variety of ingredients that cold medicines use as the non-drowsy component. You may have to try a few different brands before finding the one that helps combat your cold fatigue symptoms. Take the medicines according to the package instructions to avoid staying awake when you should be sleeping.

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