200+ Allergens

A pet or your garden at home are just some of the examples of over 200 airborne allergens which can cause your allergyX allergy
An allergy is the exaggerated response of the immune system to a foreign substance that is generally safe and poses no threat to the human body.
symptoms to flare up. Therefore, it is important for you to identify the causes of your allergy, and how you can use Clarityn® to effectively relieve your symptoms.

What Are Airborne Allergies?

All 200+ airborne allergens can be characterised into four individual categories, which include animals, moldX mold
A parasitic, microscopic fungi which floats in the air like pollen. Mold spores are a common trigger for allergies, and grows well in damp areas of the home, such as a basement or bathroom. It can also thrive in an outdoor environment, such as damp grass, leaf piles, hay, mulch, or under…
, dust mitesX dust mites
A common trigger of indoor allergies. These microscopic mites live in the fibers of pillows, mattresses, blankets and carpets, and survive off of our dead skin cells. The inhalation of dust mite droppings can cause allergic reactions which include a runny nose, sneezing and nasal congestion.
, and pollenX pollen
A fine, powdery substance (typically yellow in colour) consisting of microscopic grains that are discharged from the male part of a flower (also known as stamens), or from the male cone of a tree.

These airborne allergens are typically lightweight, which means they can be transported in the air easily, and can stick to your clothes and hair. As a matter of fact, sunflowers can produce a large amount of wind-dispersed pollen, which can be indicated by the size of the plant.1

A chart categorizing the types of allergens that Claritin can help relieve

Clarityn® Provides 24-Hour Relief of Symptoms That Can Be Triggered by These Allergens

To discover how Clarityn ® is able to provide non-drowsy, all-day relief of severe allergyX allergy
An allergy is the exaggerated response of the immune system to a foreign substance that is generally safe and poses no threat to the human body.
symptoms, it’s important to first identify the causes of an allergic reaction.

Allergens may enter your body when you take a breath, or rub your nose or eyes, which in turn causes your immune systemX immune system
The body’s defense system against infections and foreign substances.
to trigger a hypersensitive reaction. To get rid of the substances that it thinks are harmful, your body will undergo a series of reactions, and release inflammatory mediators such as histamineX histamine
An inflammatory mediator that is released by the immune system after being exposed to an allergen. When an allergen enters your body, mast cells that are located in the nose and sinus membranes release histamine. Histamine then attaches to receptors on nearby blood vessels, causing them to…

When the histamine binds to receptors on other cells in your body, it causes you to experience allergy symptoms, which include sneezing, a runny nose, itchy or watery eyes, an itchy nose or throat, nasal congestion and sinus pressure.

How Clarityn® Works

Clarityn® is an antihistamineX antihistamine
A type of medication that is used to alleviate allergy symptoms by blocking histamine receptors.
which is able to mitigate the cascade triggered by allergens. By mitigating this cascade, Clarityn ® is able to effectively provide relief for allergy symptoms which can be caused by any one out of 200+ different airborne allergens.

When to Take Clarityn®

Follow the label instructions accordingly. Clarityn® should be taken when you start to experience allergy symptoms which include sneezing, a runny ose, and itchy or watery eyes.