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Allergy Medicine Non Drowsy

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More information on non-drowsy allergy medicines

Allergies are the body’s response to a foreign protein or substance. Sometimes, if you have a certain allergy, the body reacts strongly to a protein and this reaction can causes bothersome symptoms. These symptoms can include a runny, stuffy, or itchy nose, sneezing, or itching and watery eyes. If you aren’t able to avoid allergens in your environment, there are medicines that can help control your symptoms. Some types of allergy medicine contain ingredients that can cause drowsiness. However, many people choose to use non-drowsy allergy medicine to help them manage their symptoms during the day. There are many varieties of non-drowsy allergy medicines available for purchase in stores or online at Walgreens.

Types of non-drowsy allergy medicine

There are many types of non-drowsy allergy medicine in different forms and with varying active ingredients. Antihistamines are a type of drug found in many allergy medicines that blocks histamine, a chemical released by the body in response to allergens that often causes uncomfortable symptoms. Antihistamines can cause drowsiness and feelings of tiredness. However, some types of antihistamines are much less likely to cause drowsiness. These include active ingredients such as cetirizine, fexofenadine, and loratadine.

Decongestants are also commonly used to help treat allergy symptoms. Decongestants do not cause drowsiness. However, they can cause other symptoms such as trouble sleeping, headaches, and increased blood pressure. They are not recommended for people with high blood pressure, heart disease, glaucoma or hyperthyroidism. If you need to drive or stay alert during the day, it’s best to choose non-drowsy allergy medicine or speak with your healthcare provider about your options.

Is Claritin non-drowsy?

Claritin offers a variety of non-drowsy allergy medicines to suit your needs. The primary ingredient in non-drowsy Claritin is loratadine. This product can be purchased as liquid capsules, tablets, and fast-dissolving tablets. Be sure to check the label before purchasing allergy medicine to make sure it is non-drowsy. Follow the instructions carefully. Ask a pharmacist for help if you’re having trouble choosing the best medicine for you.

Is Allegra non-drowsy?

Allegra allergy medicine is available in non-drowsy formulas that contain fexofenadine as the primary active ingredient. Allegra non-drowsy allergy medicine is available in tablet form and can be purchased in a variety of quantities. Always check the label when purchasing allergy medicine and follow the instructions carefully. A Walgreens pharmacist can help you with your purchase if you need assistance.

Is Walgreens brand allergy medicine non-drowsy?

Walgreens brand offers a wide variety of allergy medicine options. Walgreens brand non-drowsy allergy medicines are available with different active ingredients and in a variety of forms including tablets, capsules, chewables, liquid and children’s formulations. If you are experiencing allergy symptoms and are looking for a non-drowsy medicine to help with symptoms, Walgreens brand medicine can help meet your needs. Speak with a pharmacist in store or chat with a pharmacy expert 24/7 with Walgreens pharmacy chat.

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