I love being outside and as soon as I’m able, I open every window in the house to enjoy the warm summer breeze and the gorgeous sunshine. Unfortunately, I’m allergic to just about everything that comes along with spring and summer including grass pollen, flower pollen, and tree pollen. Allergies can make it a little difficult for me to enjoy my time outside as much as I’d like to. It’s bad enough that I have allergies but my daughter has allergies as well. This means if we don’t take allergy medication, we spend the entire spring and summer sneezing with a stuffed up nose and watery eyes. That’s no fun at all!
I’ve recently been using Allegra for my seasonal allergies. Allegra offers fast, non-drowsy 24 hour relief of indoor and outdoor allergy symptoms including itchy and watery eyes and a runny hose. It starts to work at hour one so you don’t have to wait for the next day to see relief. I love that this deals with both indoor and outdoor allergies since Sarah and I are also both allergic to dust mites and cats. I also appreciate that I can purchase Allegra over the counter. This is especially important to me since my insurance company, in its infinite wisdom, has decided it will no longer pay for Sarah or my allergy medication via prescription. Since we both have asthma, treating our allergies is extremely important if we want to breathe. Did you know that allergies are the fifth leading chronic disease in adults?
I’ve been taking Allegra for a while now. I take the 24 hour variety so that I take one each night before bedtime. It truly does last me throughout the entire 24 hour period and doesn’t make me drowsy at all. I generally buy the bottle with 30 tablets in it which lasts Sarah and I two weeks since we each take one daily. I always look for coupons before shopping. There is an Allegra coupon on their website so make sure you print it out and try Allegra for yourself! There is also a children’s Allegra and a 12 hour Allegra variety as well.
One of my lucky readers will win an Allegra “Have it all spring allergy kit” containing Allegra samples and a mini frisbee set so they can play outside with the kids.
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