Allergy is an exaggerated response of the body to certain allergens such as dust, pollen, airborne viruses, certain foods and even medicines. In the UK, one in four people suffers from allergy at some point of time. Children and elders are common victims of allergy due to sensitive and weak immune system. Allergic rhinitis and urticaria are common types of allergies experienced by millions of people.

Allergy relief medicines include oral antihistamines, decongestants and corticosteroids. Allergy relief treatment involves ceasing the production of histamine that causes an allergy. You can buy allergy relief treatment medicines online via Pharmacy Outlet, which are clinically proven and safe.

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  • Hayfever

    Hay Fever is one of the most common allergic conditions that affect at least one in five people in the UK. The signs and symptoms of hay fever include constant sneezing, a runny nose and itchy eyes. You are more likely to experience hay fever if you are hypersensitive to pollen. Usually, hay fever symptoms aggravate during spring, summer and fall. Pollen is an allergen, which is released by trees (during spring), grass and weed (during summer) and ragweed (during fall).

    Also called allergic rhinitis, hay fever is experienced by more than 10 million people in England. One can experience hay fever at any age, although it often begins in childhood or during teenage. Your tendency to catch hay fever is high if you have a strong familial history of allergies, including asthma and eczema.

    There is no cure for hay fever, but many people are able to get relief from the symptoms with specific hay fever medication. Hay fever treatment may include antihistamines, nasal decongestants, eye drops or corticosteroids. Hay fever can be controlled by using over-the-counter allergy medicines prescribed by your pharmacist. Pharmacy Outlet offers the most effective and clinically proven hay fever medicines. It is always better to see your GP before using any hay fever medication.

  • Bites & Rashes

    An insect bite or sting often causes a small, red lump on the skin, which may be painful and itchy.

    If you have troublesome symptoms after an insect bite or sting, the following treatments may help:

    • For pain or discomfort – take over-the-counter painkillers, such as paracetamol or ibuprofen (children under 16 years of age shouldn't be given aspirin).
    • For itching – ask your pharmacist about over-the-counter treatments, including crotamiton cream or lotion, hydrocortisone cream or ointment and antihistamine tablets.
    • For swelling – try regularly applying a cold compress or ice pack to the affected area, or ask your pharmacist about treatments such as antihistamine tablets.
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