Sedating antihistamines and asthma

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Antihistamines are for itchy, sneezy symptoms secondary to allergies.

Antihistamines work by blocking the action of histamine which the body produces as part of its natural defences.

Histamine is released as a reaction to foreign substances (allergens), and starts a chain reaction that leads to the release of other chemicals that add to the allergic response. There are two different types of antihistamine; sedating antihistamines, which can enter the brain and cause drowsiness and non-sedating antihistamines which do not.

Children who don't like to swallow tablets may prefer the medication in syrup, chewable, or melt-away form.

Antihistamines can be useful for controlling the itchiness that accompanies hay fever, eczema, and hives.

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