Tylenol Allergy Medication for Allergies
Tylenol allergy is a medication to treat allergies. Tylenol is a combination of analgesic, antihistamine and a decongestant. Hence, it can help in relieving a number of allergy symptoms. Tylenol allergy can help in relieving symptoms such as
- Watery eyes
- Runny nose
- Sinus headache
- Sinus pain
How Does Tylenol Allergy Work?
Tylenol is a mix of analgesic, antihistamine and a decongestant. The analgesic acts on the brain and relieves the pain. The antihistamine blocks the action of histamine and reduces the various allergy symptoms such as watery eyes, sneezing etc. The decongestant present in the medication reduces the nasal congestion.
Adults should not take more than 2 Tylenol allergy tablets, every 4 hours. People with high blood pressure, heart problems, urination problems, diabetes, and thyroid disease should consult their doctor before taking Tylenol for allergies.
If the symptoms of allergy such as pain or fever do not subside even after 3 days of taking Tylenol allergy, it is better to consult your doctor. Your condition may need additional treatment for allergies.
Tylenol is useful to treat hay fever symptoms. However, if the allergy symptoms progress to dizziness, low blood pressure, tightness in the throat, difficulty breathing – they can lead to complication known as anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction. In such cases, the patient should be immediately administered epinephrine to prevent anaphylactic shock.
If you are experiencing allergies and do not know the allergens, it is better to get yourself tested. Do consult your allergist, who can conduct blood test (RAST) or skin prick test to diagnose the allergies. This can further help in proper treatment of allergy.