3 Reasons Your Allergy Pills May Not Seem Effective Anymore



If you suffer from annoying allergy symptoms, you are not alone. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation, approximately 50 million people deal with allergies in the United States. Some people have seasonal allergies that flare up in the spring when the pollen is circulating in the air or in the fall due to the ragweed. Others experience symptoms because of pet dander, dust, or any number of triggers. But one thing is certain, it doesn’t matter when your allergies are acting up, it’s nothing to sneeze at. Worse yet is when your current allergy medicine seems to stop working or doesn’t feel as effective anymore. Here are 3 reasons why allergy medicine may not be effective.

Ineffective Treatment

If you are taking an allergy medication that only contains an antihistamine, you still may suffer from other allergy symptoms, such as coughing. Inhaling allergens like pollen, dust, pet dander, or other airborne irritants can trigger coughing along with other familiar allergy symptoms.

Waiting Too Long

Allergy symptoms tend to be ambiguous, but staying prepared is key. If you anticipate being in an environment that might expose you to allergens, always arm yourself with some allergy relief medicine. Taking medicine sooner rather than later can help prevent nasal inflammation, or at least keep it from worsening.

Slow Onset

Some antihistamines may go to work within 30 minutes, but tend to be most effective after the first or second hour after consumption. If your body is already in defense mode from being exposed to an allergen, it may be more resistant to calming down.

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