1. H1 antagonist - Wikipedia

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    H 1 antagonists, also called H 1 blockers, are a class of medications that block the action of histamine at the H 1 receptor, helping to relieve from allergic reactions.

  2. Low, non-sedating, and common antihistamines - Globalrph

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    Please see package insert for additional information and possible updates. The authors make no claims of the accuracy of the information contained herein; and these ...

  3. Antihistamine - Wikipedia

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    An H 3-antihistamine is a classification of drugs used to inhibit the action of histamine at the H 3 receptor. H 3 receptors are primarily found in the brain and are ...

  4. What Is an Antihistamine and How Is It Used?

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    Antihistamines for Hives (Urticaria) Oral antihistamines are the main treatment for hives. Newer, low-sedating antihistamines, such as Zyrtec or Claritin, are ...

  5. Best Antihistamine for Hives - Dermanities

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    Getting a hives outburst can be pretty annoying and scary at times, but luckily there is a great thing called an antihistamine medicine that can definitely help keep ...

  6. Non Habit-Forming Sleep Medicines - Drugs.com

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    We all know the cliché "sleeping pills" Ambien, Lunesta, Benzodiazepines, even alcohol. But there's a problem with these: they are all

  7. Loratadine (Clarityn): antihistamine that relieves allergy ...

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    NHS medicines information on loratadine (Clarityn) – what it’s used for, side effects, dosage and who can take it.

  8. PHARMACY UPDATE Antihistamine use in children

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    Antihistamine use in children Roisin Fitzsimons,1,2 Lauri-Ann van der Poel,1 William Thornhill,3 George du Toit,1,2 Neil Shah,4,5 Helen A Brough1,2

  9. Medical Definition of Antihistamines

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    Antihistamines: Drugs that combat the histamine released during an allergic reaction by blocking the action of the histamine on the tissue. Antihistamines do not stop ...

  10. Antihistamines: Using Them Safely - Poison

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    Antihistamines are medicines to treat allergic reactions to pollen, dust, pet dander, foods, and drugs. Antihistamines are found in many different forms for children ...