Claramax - Hayfever Tablets
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Sometimes allergy medication could be a hassle. You have to take it every day, and taking it is not always as easy as popping a pill into your mouth. Many allergy medications take the form of nasal drops and sprays, which could be a bother to apply in public, and terrible to find time for if you happen to be on the go all the time. Why not have a fast-acting, long-lasting medicine that doesn't take up much of your time to ingest? If this is exactly what you need, Claramax is your solution.
Claramax is a preventive anti-allergy medicine in tablet form. In brief, it is an antihistamine - a drug that suppresses inflammations and allergic reactions. But unlike many other antihistamines, such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl), it usually does not cause drowsiness, because the chemicals do not go directly to the brain. You can take it at the same time daily as a primary defense against allrgic attacks, and proceed with the rest of your day worry-free!
Allergy attacks could range from mild to lethal... and if it's not easy to predict, as in the case of people who need to be everywhere at once, as we say, allergy attacks could be more than a mere inconvenience. Preventive allergy medication such as Claramax is taken daily, or at least before a person expects to be exposed to potential irritants such as dust, pollen and animal fur, in order to minimize the ill effects of encountering allergenic substances. If you are not certain exactly when you will encounter these irritants, taking Claramax regularly will ensure that you are fully protected against full-blown allergy attacks.
Claramax shares more than just a similarity in name with the drug known as Clarinex. They have exactly the same active ingredient, desloratidine, which is an antihistamine used to treat allergies. In fact, they are almost exactly the same drug. However, Claramax is the brand name that desloratidine is known for in New Zealand.
A lot of times, Claramax is prescribed for 24-hour relief from allergic rhinitis, or allergies that primarily affect the nasal passages. These allergies are detected when redness appears around the nose area, and the affected person's eyes start tearing up, while his or her nose starts running. At times these symptoms also come with uncontrollable sneezing. Hay fever is a common example of a seasonal allergic rhinitis, and it is addressed specifically by Claramax Hayfever Tablets.
But allergies are not the only conditions treated by Claramax. It is also used to control skin allergies and some skin diseases whose causes cannot yet be explained. An example is chronic urticaria, or hives.
Claramax is safe for general use, although some care must be taken if administering this product to senior citizens and pregnant women. There has been no proof that Claramax is dangerous to unborn children, but there is proof that desloratidine passes into the breastmilk, and therefore nursing mothers should abstain from this drug if possible. Claramax tablets should also not be administered to children under the age of 12. There is Claramax Syrup for children, which comes in a delicious bubblegum flavor that kids are sure to like.
It is best to take Claramax at exactly the same time every day, for round-the-clock protection. It may be taken on an empty stomach, but taking it with a full glass of water - and keeping the body properly hydrated afterwards - is highly recommended.
A warning: do not take Claramax if you have a kidney or liver disease, or if you have exhibited allergic reactions to other antihistamines in the past. If you have doubts about whether or not it is safe to take Claramax in your current condition, and with your current medications, it is always best to consult your doctor before purchasing the medicine.
There is no evidence to suggest that Claramax is addictive. There is also no proof that it is possible to lethally overdose on it. However, the most foreseeable effects of an overdose would include drowsiness or heart palpitations. Even if the drug does not normally cause drowsiness, it is still a rare side effect, and potentially also a sign of overdose. It is not recommended that you take more than the recommended dosage of this medicine at any given time.