Antihistamines help. Claritin (loratadine) +/- d, zyrtec +/- d, or Allegra +/- d can help with allergy and asthma symptoms caused by allergies to respiratory pollens or other airborne allergens. One should work with his doctor to see which combination of over-the-counter allergy meds and prescription asthma inhalers/pills work the best. A patient will learn over time, what medicines to adjust, depending on how "bad" the air is.
Could I take singular for asthma and take Claritin (loratadine) and lohist-d for allergy at the same time?
My sister age 16 has insomnia for the first time what should she do to cure it? She doesn't wheeze. She takes an inhaler for asthma and loratadine.
Many reasons. There are many reasons for insomnia. If she is taking Loratadine d, the "d" part can keep people awake. Occasionally antihistamines will also keep people awake. Some asthma inhalers can also keep people awake especially if they are used too often. Call the doctor who prescribed the inhaler for advice. Read more...
Allergic to so much! Dust, all pollens, animals! Constant rhinitis, making my asthma bad. Taking 2 loratadine, 1 not enough. Any other treatments?
See allergist. Loratadine only helps runny nose and sneezing somewhat and does not decongest the nose. Certainly it does nothing for asthma. You need to consult an allergist who can guide you on allergen avoidance and institute the appropriate treatments for your illnesses. In the meanwhile, try exercising regularly 3-4 hr per week (include light weight training) and a healthier diet to lose some weight. Read more...