Quickly Relieve Sneezing, Coughing, Sore Throat, and Congestion
With springtime just around the corner, allergy season will be in full swing. If you have allergies you know better than to run out of allergy relief medication, but a cold or the flu can easily catch you unprepared. Stop the aches, pains, congestion, and coughs quickly and easily with our affordably priced cold and flu medication. Be ready for anything by getting Allergy, Cold, and Flu medication all in one place and delivered right to you!
Can I take allergy medication every day?
During Allergy Season you might find yourself wondering if you can take your allergy pills every day. When taken in the recommended doses, antihistamines can be taken daily. As with any medication make sure your allergy medication does not interact with any other medications you are taking. Make sure you have enough allergy medication to last you the whole season!
How do you get a cold?
Cold and flu viruses can spread rapidly. When people near you have a cold or the flu, the virus is spread by their coughing and sneezing. Sometimes you can even get these illnesses when you touch a surface that had the cold or flu virus on it, and then touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. Keep cold and flu symptoms away by making sure you have the proper medicine for cold and flu!
A cold or just allergies?
Allergies and colds share many of the same symptoms like Sneezing, sore throat, runny nose, and congestion so how do you know what medication to take? Although the common cold and allergies share similar symptoms they are very different. One difference to look for is aches and pains, this symptom is usually caused by a cold and is almost never caused by allergies. Another big symptom to look for is a fever, this would be a telltale sign that you have a cold. Be prepared for either illness by having the right over-the-counter cold remedies and allergy medication on hand!
What is the difference between a cold and the flu?
- We can use this section to list off what the different symptoms are for both the flu and the cold and what the differing medications can or cannot help with.
- CVS and Goodrx have a couple of sections we can utilize.