Allergies

Reeve of Shinra

Well-known member
For a Sinus Headache, I try to go with something that has Pseudoephedrine (congestion) and a pain reliever in it.

For allergies in general, Alavert is good as it is non-drowsy. Zrytec is a heavy hitter though for serious cases.

I also like:
  • Vicks vapo-rub -- this stuff is a god send
  • Vicks nasal spray -- I find this works really well at cleaning out my nasal passages
 

DRE

Well-known member
Wouldn't you be better off treating the allergies though? Take an anti-histamine.
I've been in my house all day. This is a sinus headache. No sneezing, no runny nose, no cough, no itching, no watery eyes. Just headache and nose is stuffy, which is basically what Sudafed treats. I wonder what else does. Cause most of the allergy medicine I have in my cabinet doesn't treat that stuff.
 

DRE

Well-known member
For a Sinus Headache, I try to go with something that has Pseudoephedrine (congestion) and a pain reliever in it.

For allergies in general, Alavert is good as it is non-drowsy. Zrytec is a heavy hitter though for serious cases.

I also like:
  • Vicks vapo-rub -- this stuff is a god send
  • Vicks nasal spray -- I find this works really well at cleaning out my nasal passages
That Pseudophedrine is Sudafed. Zyrtec is the bomb but it's expensive last time I checked.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zyrtec
 

Fufu

Well-known member
stop eating at McDonald's. (y)
I just got a headache after eating their french fries for 4 hours. :coffee:
never happened before, but it happened today! :D
 

Brogan

XenForo moderator
Staff member
That is more than likely dehydration due to the amount of salt on them.

My advice is don't ask for medical advice from unqualified persons on the internet :)

Speak to a pharmacist or a doctor.
 

motowebmaster

Active member
Stop by your local doctor's office. I've fought allergies for over a decade, and have tried everything.

Diet & Exercise does play a major role in a healthy immune system; riding a road bicycle helped me (instead of the motorcycle). Cut back on processed sugars, red meat, and sodas/alcohol (which is a challenge at some events).
 
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