Non sedating allergy medicine

They work beautifully — 98% of Iodine user reviews of Benadryl say it works well or somewhat well, and 86% say it’s worth it overall — but they’re incredibly sedating.

Even this week’s Vox article about seasonal allergies that mentions Iodine’s new allergy app (thanks!

Say you spent the evening having dinner at a friend’s house, and her cat’s dander turned your face into a big, leaky faucet.

Or you have seasonal allergies that really only flare up once in a while when the pollen count is particularly high. Even the second-generation ones like Claritin have been available over-the-counter (and in generic, which works just as well but is much cheaper) for years, and they’re great options for short-term relief of allergy symptoms.

But if you’ve got daily symptoms all season long, please consider a nasal steroid!

It pains me to see so many people taking antihistamines every day for months.

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