Drivers with allergic diseases are more at risk: auto news today, tips for drivers
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Drivers with allergic diseases are more at risk

What are the negative consequences of the allergy symptoms? When a person sneezes while driving a car, he automatically closes his eyes and drives blindly for a while.

And how do the antiallergic products influence on the driver? Antiallergic products may cause fatigue and greatly reduce the driver's ability to concentrate. What people with allergic diseases should consider, if they take antiallergic products with another meds? Each concomitant drug may cause undesired side effects taken with hay fever agents or other types of allergy. Antidepressant meds, neuroleptics and the strong painkillers are highly dangerous. Also you shouldn't mix up alcohol together with antiallergic products.

Keep your windows, sunroofs and cabriolet roofs closed while driving in order to avoid the direct contact with pollen. Change the normal air-intake filter in the passenger compartment for the dust or absorption filter with absorbent carbon, and keep change it every year, but at most through 9320 mi.

 

Top list of the most dangerous meds for drivers

- painkillers - blunt the reaction, leads to bradypnoe

- antiasthmatic and antiallergic products - may cause drowsiness, distraction

- eye drops, dilating pupils - may cause photophobia, anxiety

- ocular hypotony drops - may provoke a headache, nausea, blur of vision

-vasoconstrictive agent (some nasal drops) - there may be tinnitus, visibility deterioration.