March 30, 2012

Tips For Dealing With Spring Allergies, Brought To You By Canada Drug Pharmacy!!



Spring has officially hit Connecticut!! The evidence is everywhere, from the beautiful daffodils in my garden to the constant sneezing and scratchy throat I've had for a few weeks now. It is definitely hard to remain calm, collected, and lookin' pretty with all of my allergies symptoms, but I do have some tips for you fellow sufferers! All products mentioned are available online at Canada Drug Pharmacy.

My first tip would be to try an over-the-counter allergy medication. Many of them are mild and very effective!! Tylenol even makes a multi-symptom allergy pill now, available at Canada Drug Pharmacy. However, I know a lot of people are anti-medication as much as possible, so I do have some advice if you'd like to avoid pills. First, get yourself some eye drops!! I like Visine Advance Allergy drops, they really help me look like a human being with normal eyes during the worst of allergy season. I'd hate to be confused with a zombie, you know. 

I also tend to get really itchy skin during allergy season. I like to keep some Benadryl Itch Relief Cream on hand for these occasions. Benadryl Itch Relief Cream also works for bug bites and sunburn, so it's a handy product to have around for the summer months. If you have really horrible allergies plus asthma (like me), you'll probably be in need of a stronger prescription medication. I personally have been taking Singulair for several years now, but it is CRAZY expensive!! It's like $8 a pill or something whackadoo. Fortunately I have just discovered that Canada Drug Pharmacy does sell this at a discount and I may be able to save quite a bit of money every year! You absolutely need to chat with your doctor about any prescription medications, as I, a nail polish blogger, am certainly not qualified to dispense medical advice!


Do you have any other tips for surviving allergy season?? Let me know, I'd love to hear them!!

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4 comments:

Kimberly Purcell said...

You mean you just started with allergies? LOL. Our trees here in Florida started their budding and pollen about a month ago. That is early by about a month. No special remedies as even two of the three cats get allergies as well.

Never Enough Nails said...

We definitely started early as well, I'd say at least two and a half weeks ago! Yikes, it's gonna be a long spring! My kitty has allergies too and actually takes Zyrtec for them!

AdmiralBiatch said...

Oh my god ! heaven in a post ! I have the most dreadful allergies, and one of my eyes keeps getting bloated if I itch it, and I end up looking like a cyclops. As soon as I pass from any plants I start itching like crazy, and feel paranoid as if though something is on me, even though I know it isn't ! I've tried taking pills, but I keep forgetting lol !

This was pretty much a really helpful post so thank you :) !!

Never Enough Nails said...

I totally understand your pain AdmiralBiatch!!! Definitely try those Visine Allergy eye drops, they have made me resemble a human being on those cyclops days! And I know what you mean about touching plants of any kind. It sucks because the flowers and trees are so pretty, but man, they make me itch!!