Therefore, this article will only discuss the newer antihistamines, as described below.
Newer antihistamines, called second-generation antihistamines include: It's important to note that montelukast (Singulair), is not an antihistamine, but rather an antileukotriene medication.
Almost everyone has taken an antihistamine to treat hay fever, itching, to relieve nausea and vomiting, in tablets and syrups used to treat cough and cold symptoms, or as an aid to sleep.
The popularity of antihistamines is a mute testimony to the diverse negative effects of histamine.
Anxiety and agitation with diffuse, deep, odd body sensations:"..bones are on fire", "I feel weird all over", "...a deep pricking, crawling sensation...".