• Going to work when have allergies ?

    Best answer: Take an antihistamine like Benadryl, Allegra or Flonase.
    Best answer: Take an antihistamine like Benadryl, Allegra or Flonase.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to not sneeze or have a runny nose at work ?

    Best answer: i would suggest taking an allergy medicine everyday and using a nose spray before going to work in the morning.
    Best answer: i would suggest taking an allergy medicine everyday and using a nose spray before going to work in the morning.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • More questions about allergies and the power of nasty allergies?

    Best answer: Is his room well ventilated, like a verandah? In cold weather use Soleus reflective heaters (on chairs at foot and side of bed). They seem to be safe all night and close to the body. Another thing that might help is turpentine. I mean topically, on the skin, above any area or organ of the body that needs... show more
    Best answer: Is his room well ventilated, like a verandah?
    In cold weather use Soleus reflective heaters (on chairs at foot and side of bed).
    They seem to be safe all night and close to the body.
    Another thing that might help is turpentine.

    I mean topically, on the skin, above any area or organ of the body that needs it.
    Turpentine is a medical solvent (like DMSO) and absorbs quickly through the skin to the affected area of the body. The video says it's the same dosage (one teaspoon per day), but putting it on your skin seems better, easier, and safer than ingestion. I apply liberally all over my body and have never had a problem.
    I buy the stuff by the case.
    Right from the bottle or put on your thumb to dab on your skin.
    If it works just as well through the skin, why take it orally?

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    There are a variety of ways to use turpentine to treat cold and flu viruses.
    Sore Throat - Swab the back of the throat with turpentine. Follow with some honey to mask the taste if desired.
    Sinuses - Mix together 5 drops turpentine to 1 tablespoon olive oil. Drop several drops into each nostril to deliver turpentine to the nasal passages to relieve congestion and infection.
    Cough - Use the same mixture as for sinuses and massage into the back and/or chest to relieve a cough. 1-3 drops of turpentine can be used on a sugar cube and taken internally instead.
    Inhalation - Another old-time remedy for cold viruses is simply to inhale the vapors of turpentine. This delivers the turpentine vapors into the lungs, throat and nasal passages.
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    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Itchy throat from eggs?

    Best answer: My daughter was 20 years old and pregnant when she developed a severe egg allergy and both her kids have been born with the egg allergy but have since grown out of it but because daughter was adult when she got it she will have it for life and eating anything with egg can kill her. Seemingly allergies happen... show more
    Best answer: My daughter was 20 years old and pregnant when she developed a severe egg allergy and both her kids have been born with the egg allergy but have since grown out of it but because daughter was adult when she got it she will have it for life and eating anything with egg can kill her. Seemingly allergies happen because long time in the past when you were feeling unwell and you ate something your antibodies thought it was a germ and tried to attack it, it then lay dormant for years and once again when not well you ate same thing and antibodies kicked in trying to kill what they though was a germ and that is how you got the allergy, this is what the doctor told my daughter, there is also so much food that contain eggs, even ice cream, pasta, meatballs, hotdogs some chocolate, My daughter is also allergic to chicken, so always read the labels before you buy it. Good Luck
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • I've been putting vaporub in and around my nose for months, recently found out it's toxic will I be ok?

    Best answer: You're misinformed... It is not toxic *unless you EAT the stuff.* And since it's only menthol & petroleum jelly, you'd probably have to swallow several jars worth to be harmful.
    Best answer: You're misinformed... It is not toxic *unless you EAT the stuff.* And since it's only menthol & petroleum jelly, you'd probably have to swallow several jars worth to be harmful.
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Lactose Intolerance?

    For the past few months or so after eating cereal w milk I have a very bad stomach ache and my stomach gurgles when I'm at school. I always dismiss this as eating too much in the morning. I'm fifteen and I've had no problem drinking milk a few years before. Am I lactose intolerant?
    For the past few months or so after eating cereal w milk I have a very bad stomach ache and my stomach gurgles when I'm at school. I always dismiss this as eating too much in the morning. I'm fifteen and I've had no problem drinking milk a few years before. Am I lactose intolerant?
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why do I have a Runny/drippy nose only every time I leave my house? How can I prevent it?

    Best answer: Try Flonase the metered mist one.

    I get like that when I leave work and get on the train. The whole ride on the train, my nose is running.

    This stuff stopped the symptoms immediately and continues to stop them.
    Best answer: Try Flonase the metered mist one.

    I get like that when I leave work and get on the train. The whole ride on the train, my nose is running.

    This stuff stopped the symptoms immediately and continues to stop them.
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Hair dye allergic reaction or panic attack?

    I just dyed my hair a coral color using a brand I have never used before and my throat got super itchy and I felt like I couldn’t breathe (not light headed so I know it’s not closing or anything) but now I’m itchy all over but there’s no hives. I also used a different type of shampoo than ever before. Am I freaking... show more
    I just dyed my hair a coral color using a brand I have never used before and my throat got super itchy and I felt like I couldn’t breathe (not light headed so I know it’s not closing or anything) but now I’m itchy all over but there’s no hives. I also used a different type of shampoo than ever before. Am I freaking myself out or is this possibly an allergy? I think it’s itchy from breathing in the chemical for too long. But I’m scared so I really need confirmation.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Why am I all of sudden throwing up every time I drink alcohol?

    This might be a dumb question but I’ve always been really good at holding and handling my hard liquor. I could drink straight vodka with no chaser and still be fine. But about 4 nights ago I got really drunk with my friends and blacked out, passed out, threw up a bunch of times. Same thing happened to me the night... show more
    This might be a dumb question but I’ve always been really good at holding and handling my hard liquor. I could drink straight vodka with no chaser and still be fine. But about 4 nights ago I got really drunk with my friends and blacked out, passed out, threw up a bunch of times. Same thing happened to me the night before last, I only took a few shots and a few beers but ended up throwing up with them and going home and passing out. And it happened again. Just got sick and slept. I’d love some other opinions bc I’m not sure why im just getting sick every time. Either I’m just getting too drunk or if my body is blocking it out ? Idk
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Does picking nose helps us to breathe easier?

    Best answer: you could always use a kleenex and blow your nose
    Best answer: you could always use a kleenex and blow your nose
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Am I obligated to pay this persons medical expense?

    So I babysat for this woman recently..woman didn't tell me her son was allergic dairy, i gave him milk, and he got an allergic reaction and had to go to the hospital. she just sent me the bill (couple of hundred dollars) and i'm not sure if i'm supposed to pay? i told her i could at least pay maybe... show more
    So I babysat for this woman recently..woman didn't tell me her son was allergic dairy, i gave him milk, and he got an allergic reaction and had to go to the hospital. she just sent me the bill (couple of hundred dollars) and i'm not sure if i'm supposed to pay? i told her i could at least pay maybe half, since i wasn't sure how to respond but do i really have to pay any of it? and if not, how i could i tell her im not gonna pay after all?
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • My doctor is going to check my blood for allergies. Do you think he will know I smoke weed. and will he tell my parents?

    Best answer: He will not be able to tell from an allergy blood test. If you are taking a urine test (urinalysis) then it would show up. In any case, there are laws in the US (HIPPA) that protect your privacy. The doctor cannot share your personal medical information with anyone unless you state otherwise in writing.
    Best answer: He will not be able to tell from an allergy blood test. If you are taking a urine test (urinalysis) then it would show up. In any case, there are laws in the US (HIPPA) that protect your privacy. The doctor cannot share your personal medical information with anyone unless you state otherwise in writing.
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Trump doesn’t appear to have any friends, why?

    Best answer: Because there is room for only one person in his life, himself.
    Best answer: Because there is room for only one person in his life, himself.
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is it possible for people to develop allergies as an adult?

    Best answer: Yes. My sister in law grew up eating shrimp, but about 5 years ago, developed a slight allergy to them and can't eat shrimp anymore.
    Best answer: Yes. My sister in law grew up eating shrimp, but about 5 years ago, developed a slight allergy to them and can't eat shrimp anymore.
    4 answers · 2 months ago