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Some antihistamines can make users feel drowsy, unfocused and slow to react, says the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
When taking allergy medication, the FDA suggests:
- Follow directions, and read all package warnings.
- Use caution when driving or operating machinery.
- Avoid using alcohol, sedatives and tranquilizers after having taken an antihistamine.
- Never take more than the dose givenon the package.
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