Allergy Relief

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Allergy Relief Treatment Online

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Telfast (Fexofenadine)

  • A prescription-only oral antihistamine
  • Treats the symptoms of hay fever and seasonal rhinitis
  • A non-sedating medication

From £12.34 £12.99

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  • A prescription-only medication
  • Nasal spray to treat allergic rhinitis
  • Contains the active ingredient mometasone

From £18.99 £19.99

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  • Contains beclometasone dipropionate
  • Treats allergic rhinitis symptoms
  • Reduces swelling and inflammation

From £10.44 £10.99

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Beconase Hayfever Relief

  • Nasal spray for adults
  • Treats hay fever
  • Provides anti-inflammatory effects

From £5.69 £5.99

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Piriton Syrup

  • Relieves allergic symptoms
  • Helps provide a restful sleep
  • Contains an antihistamine

From £4.74 £4.99

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  • A popular antihistamine
  • Treats symptoms like watery eyes, itching, and runny nose
  • Stops histamine which is a chemical released in your body

From £2.84 £2.99

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  • A popular medication used to alleviate allergies
  • Proven it to be an effective treatment for allergy symptoms
  • Comes in the tablet form to be taken by adults only

From £2.84 £2.99

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  • A syrup used as an antihistamine
  • Treats allergies such as hay fever
  • Taken as a preventative treatment

From £5.69 £5.99

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  • A non-drowsy antihistamine
  • Combats symptoms of allergies
  • Taken as a preventative treatment

From £3.79 £3.99

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Benadryl Allergy Relief

  • Contains acrivastine
  • Treats various allergies
  • Relieves symptoms within 15 minutes

From £5.69 £5.99

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  • Treats yearly or seasonal allergies
  • Nasal treatment spray for all sinus related issues
  • Acts as a preventative and also to relive at the onset

From £4.74 £4.99

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  • Relieves nasal congestion
  • Relieves allergy symptoms
  • Suitable for adults only

From £6.17 £6.49

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What are allergies?

Most allergic reactions occur as an immune system response after coming in contact with or ingesting a foreign substance that is not generally harmful to other people. These foreign substances are categorised as allergens for the patient. Allergens can include some foods, pollen, nuts, pet dander, or other substances.

It is your immune system’s job to fight foreign pathogens and keep you healthy. It immediately identifies a harmful substance in your body and attacks it. In the case of allergies, this reaction of the immune system is exaggerated, resulting in the appearance of symptoms like inflammation, sneezing, skin disorders, etc.

In most people, their immune system immediately realises a foreign substance is benign and refuse to act up, like cat hair. But in abnormal allergic cases, the immune system acts up and releases certain chemicals that are meant to fight the outside invader.

Allergies are one of the most typical forms of physical disorders out there. However, with proper treatment, precautions, and lifestyle changes, you can learn to live a quality life.

What are the common symptoms of allergies?

The allergy symptoms are dependent on several factors, including your type of allergy and its severity. You can avoid the manifestation of symptoms by timely taking your over-the-counter medicine at Click Pharmacy or using an EpiPen. However, the symptoms may still appear, albeit in a reduced intensity.

The symptoms associated with food allergy are;

  • Swelling
  • Rashes
  • Nausea
  • Fatigue
  • Closing up of airways
  • Lowering blood pressure

The symptoms associated with seasonal allergy are;

  • Runny nose
  • Congestion
  • Swollen eyes
  • Sneezing
  • Coughing

In some severe cases, exposure to allergic substances can cause anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis can become a life-threatening emergency that may lead to severe breathing difficulties, blood pressure problems, lightheadedness, arrhythmia, and even loss of consciousness. If you experience such an extreme reaction, immediately administer an EpiPen and contact your doctor.

What are the common causes of allergies?

The research is ongoing, but it is unclear why the immune system suddenly acts up and exhibits an adverse reaction to an allergic substance. In some cases, allergies have a genetic component –parents can pass their allergies down to their kids and grandkids. In most cases of allergies passed through genetics, only a general susceptibility to a certain allergic substance is passed, not allergies to a specific substance. For example, if your father was susceptible to peanuts, it doesn’t mean you will exhibit the same allergy.

These are the common types of allergies;

  • Animal products, like pet dander, beetles, dust mite waste, etc.
  • Specific medications, like penicillin
  • Foods like shellfish, milk, eggs, cheese, nuts, wheat, etc.
  • Insect bites or stings, like wasps, bees, mosquitos, cockroaches, etc.
  • Airborne spores or mould
  • Plants, pollen, weeds, like poison oak, poison ivy, etc.
  • Other compounds, like latex
  • Metals, like nickel

Food allergies are becoming commoner with time. So, be wary of them.

Seasonal allergies are pretty standard. They are usually caused by pollen being released by plants in the atmosphere. They may cause sneezing, itching, watery eyes, coughing, and runny nose.

What are the best allergy treatments?

The best way to avoid allergic symptoms from appearing is to stay away from the triggers, i.e. the allergic substance. However, it is possible to come into contact with an allergic substance without knowing. Therefore, it would be best to be wary and keep your medication with you.


Allergy treatments usually include antihistamines to help control the symptoms. You can get both over the counter drugs or specific prescriptions from your GP, depending on your severity of allergies.

  • You can take Piriton syrup for skin reactions and restful sleep.
  • Loratadine is an antihistamine ideal for handling most allergy symptoms, like watery eyes and itching.
  • Cetirizine is also very effective for most symptoms of allergies.
  • You can also use Opticrom eye drops to resolve allergy symptoms related to the eyes, like red, watery, or itchy eyes.
  • Zirtek can help combat seasonal and pet allergies.
  • Nasacort spray can help clear sinuses and relieve symptoms like a runny nose.


Immunotherapy is a popular treatment for allergies. It involves several injections administered over the course of several years. This treatment helps the body become used to an allergy. In most cases, a successful immunotherapy treatment works to prevent allergy symptoms from recurring completely.


In case of a severe, life-threatening allergy, you can carry an emergency EpiPen with you and administer it as soon as an allergic reaction occurs. However, you may also have to seek immediate medical help even after administering the EpiPen.

Can I buy treatment for allergies online?

The most suitable treatment for allergy relief is available over the counter on the click pharmacy website. You can find creams, sprays, soaps, drops, or tablets readily available for allergy relief. If confused, you can reach out to the website and consult a health expert about your condition. They will recommend the right product for you, and it’ll be on your doorstep in discreet packaging.

What are the natural remedies for allergies?

Allergies are an ancient disorder. There are many natural remedies or supplements that can be used as a treatment or even to prevent allergies from occurring. You can discuss any product you come across with your doctor or a Click Pharmacy healthcare expert about their efficacy. However, be very careful about starting a new treatment without a professional’s input because it may worsen your symptoms.

How to prevent allergy symptoms?

Allergies are one of the foremost medical mysteries. Since their cause remains largely unknown, it is hard to devise a way to prevent them from occurring wholly. However, you can take specific steps, make essential lifestyle changes, and take medicines to control the symptoms. The best prevention method is avoidance of trigger substances. Eating a diet that is free from specific substances is essential to prevent an allergic reaction. Always keep an eye out when travelling or eating in a restaurant for certain substances. Make a habit of thoroughly reading food labels and ingredient lists in packaged food. Inquire your waiter or server when dining out.

When it comes to seasonal or contact allergies, you must learn about the locations where the allergens are in the highest concentration and learn to avoid those areas as much as possible. For example, if you are allergic to pollen, avoid going near parks, fields, or flower shops, especially in the spring season. Change your air ducts at home regularly, dust your carpets and rugs, and install a proper air filtration system in your house and office.

If you are curious, you can also undergo proper allergy testing to figure out the exact substance that triggers your symptoms. It will make it easier for you to avoid those trigger substances in the future.

How to live a quality life with allergies?

Unfortunately, allergies are pretty common. In fact, more than 2 million people live with allergies in the UK alone. However, despite having allergies, most people do not suffer from life-threatening consequences. Typically, people at the risk of anaphylaxis can easily learn to manage a lifestyle while avoiding triggers. Most allergies are pretty easy to manage, and you can learn to live a quality life with them.

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Last reviewed 11 April 2023

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