These days everyone wants to know what medications are the best for treating anxiety.
Hypothetically, it would be nice to have a chart of medications with specific criteria comparing each specific drug and showing people which drug is regarded as the “best.” The problem is that the criteria would be considered too complex to adequately determine a specific “best” and “worst” drug.
They both calm your immune system’s reaction to allergens. They also take effect at different times and stay effective for different durations. Antihistamines have a reputation of making you sleepy because the first types crossed into your central nervous system more easily and had a direct effect on your alertness.
These factors could determine which of these two drugs is better for you. However, newer antihistamines like Zyrtec and Claritin are less likely to cause this side effect. Most people experience at least 24 hours of relief after a single dose. People who take it may feel relief in as little as one hour.
While this is true, this explanation still leaves many parents confused as to why stimulants work.
Take it for the first time when you will be at home for a few hours in case it makes you sleepy.
Antihistamines are designed to block the effects of the histamine that your body produces.
In turn, they decrease the symptoms of the allergy.
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Antihistamines like Zyrtec and Claritin are designed to calm the histamine reaction your body has when it’s exposed to an allergen.