Treatment of allergies to tea
If you find yourself or a person close to you, even one sign of an allergic reaction to tea, you should, firstly, immediately stop drinking tea and buy an antiallergic agent at the nearest pharmacy. Usually a person feels better already a few hours after using the drug.
Another good thing is to drink a half or two liters of clean water, preferably pre-filtered or boiled it. Thus, it is possible to provoke the removal of the allergen from the body and eliminate the first symptoms.
If the medicine and the measures taken have no effect, the symptoms do not go away, then it is worth consulting with the doctor. After all, in addition to the fact that the allergy itself is uncomfortable, it is still dangerous for its complications: bronchial asthma, serum sickness, hemolytic anemia. Allergy to tea can also manifest anaphylactic shock - its most serious consequence.
Preparations for the treatment of allergies to tea
Like any other type of food allergy, the allergic reaction to tea is treated with antihistamines (clarotadine, zirtek, suprastin, teridine, fenistil, cetrin, kremastin, lomilan, phenyramine maleate, etc.). It is best to use single-component drugs - they do not have many side effects. The most common adverse reaction to antihistamines is the manifestation of drowsiness and slowing of reactions. Complex treatment involves the use of additional drugs to strengthen the immune system, as well as symptomatic means. The stuffy nose is treated with nasivinum, otrivin, vizinom and other nasal drops, tearing - by a visit, etc.
If the reaction is particularly pronounced, it is best to consult specialists. Only the doctor has the right to prescribe more powerful drugs against allergies - hormones-glucocorticosteroids, mast cell stabilizers, etc.