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Non sedating allergy

The same mediators may sensitize nerve endings to other pain-producing mediators such as bradykinin.

A single bedtime dose of 8.0 mg of chlopheniramine will block allergy symptoms for 24 hours and is often adequate for hay fever relief or relief from skin itching.

We have drugs that selectively block both kinds of histamine receptors.

The common antihistamines (Benadryl, Chlortripalon, Atarax, Claritin, Seldane, and Hismanal) are H1 blockers.

The sedating group act on brain H1 receptors where they cause sedative effects, a dangerous effect if you are driving, operating machinery, or otherwise need to be alert and vigilant.