Tired of being sneezing all day? Tired of having red eyes constantly? Desperate to find no antihistamine that does not make you a zombie?
You're in luck! According to a new study, enjoying one of the most popular cocktails could help you reduce the effects of hay allergy. Yes, as you hear …
According to an investigation carried out by 'Asthma UK', enjoy a cocktail that containing gin may alleviate allergy symptoms to a greater extent than other beverages.
Alcohol generally worsens the symptoms of hay fever and asthma because they contain histamine and sulfites, both chemicals that often act with triggers of allergic reactions.
According to researchers, the consumption of darker, fermented beverages such as beer or red wine can make allergic people react more aggressively and feel worse.
However, if you opt for lighter drinks like gin or vodka, you can experience milder symptoms of allergy because these options contain less histamine.
Apparently, gin in particular is one of the alcohols that contain less sulfites in its composition, which places it as the best option for those people allergic people who want to enjoy a good night of partying without having to worry about constantly blowing their nose.
Similarly, foods such as cured, smoked and canned meats, such as bacon, salami and tuna, They usually show a high content of histamine, so it would be advisable to avoid them. In the same way it would happen with stilton, cheddar, camembert and parmesan cheeses.
So you know, if you're allergic and you want to party, take a gin and tonic and forget about the snot!
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Source: Metro Independet
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