Living with allergies at home is hard enough. But traveling with allergies raises a whole new set of challenges in getting relief for allergies. Whether you travel every week for business or just once a year to visit the grandparents, it’s important to head out prepared. Traveling with allergies doesn’t have to be torture!
Bronchitis: An inflammation of the lung's airways. Symptoms include a persistent cough and phlegm. The condition usually affects smokers and people who live in places with lots of pollution.
Contact dermatitis: An allergic reaction that happens after skin comes in contact with an allergen such as poison ivy, washing powders, perfumes, or other irritants.
Dander: Small pieces of skin shed by an animal, similar to human dandruff. Proteins in dander are major causes of pet allergies.
Decongestants: Medications that shrink swollen nasal membranes, relieving congestion and mucus and making it easier to breathe.
Eczema: Chronic inflammation that causes a skin rash. It may be a reaction to an allergen. Symptoms include itching, crusting, blisters, and scaling. Atopic dermatitis is a type of eczema that gets worse after you come in contact with an allergen.