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Help! I Cant Stop Sneezing - Allergy Solutions

Allergies occur when your immune system overreacts to foreign substances in the environment called allergens. Exposure to what is normally a harmless substance, such as pollen, causes the immune system to react as if the substance were harmful. In essence, allergies are your body’s effort to get rid of substances it feels are dangerous. You might have allergies, but there are a number of things you can do to help prevent, treat and live with your symptoms. A few helpful tips to make your life with allergies a little easier: keep windows closed to help eliminate pollen in the air; use and air filter and clean it regularly; stay away from damp areas where mold grows; wear a mask and gloves when you clean the house.

More and more people yearly are being diagnosed with allergies. If you are an allergy sufferer learning effective strategies to control allergy symptoms is very important and could tremendously improve the quality of your life.

Tree pollens, grass pollens and other allergens can antagonize your senses and keep you from full enjoying outdoor activities. If you are a seasonal allergy sufferer, you know that sneezing; itchy, watery eyes; a runny, stuffy nose; and other allergy symptoms can keep you from feeling clear-headed. There are a number of effective over-the counter allergy medications. Or you may need to consult with your doctor about possible prescriptions.

A popular over-the-counter choice is an antihistamine. Some popular antihistamine choices are: Benadryl or Sudafed. A common problem with using these antihistamines is that they can dry out your nasal passages to much causing irritation from being too dry. In this case a nasal spray would work better. Nasal sprays do not dry out the nasal passages as much.

If the over-the-counter solution is not working for you, you may need to check with your doctor about a prescription an allergy medication. Some of these medications include: Zyrtec, Singulair, Flonase and Nasonex.

There are also Natural solutions such as medications or supplements. Some of the natural remedies include: Vitamin B12, B5, Vitamin A and grape seed oil. Sometimes the best road to take is to try both: a natural solution and an over-the-counter or prescription medication.

I hope that this information helps. I have been an allergy sufferer all my life and I know it can make your life miserable! There are remedies out there; unfortunately the same remedies do not work for each individual sufferer. Good luck on your search, I hope you find some relief.

Lisa is a published author on Asthma and Allergy Relief.

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