Sedating antihistamines asthma
Food and other drinks don't affect most antihistamines, but check the leaflet that comes with your medicine to make sure. But speak to a pharmacist or your GP for advice if you: Some antihistamines may not be suitable in these cases.
Your pharmacist or doctor can recommend one that's best for you.
Before taking an antihistamine, you should know: The advice varies depending on the exact medicine you're taking.
If you're not sure how to take your medicine, ask your pharmacist.
Some people find certain types work well for them and others do not.
You may need to try more than one type to find one that works for you.
Antihistamines are for itchy, sneezy symptoms secondary to allergies.
Asthma medications include albuterol and daily inhaled steroids.
Speak to a pharmacist or your GP before taking antihistamines if you're already taking other medicines.
If you have asthma year around, you probably need to be on a steroid type inhaler or a longer acting medication such as singular. If they can manage you as an outpatient, determining the dose of the steroid and whether it is in an inhaled or oral form is suggested. Read more You did not mention some of the most valuable medications used to treat asthma.
Antihistamines and antibiotics are not helpful in asthma.
Ask a pharmacist for advice if you're unsure which medicine to try, not all antihistamines are suitable for everyone.
Take your medicine as advised by your pharmacist or doctor, or as described in the leaflet that comes with it.