150+ Allergens

From your beautiful garden to your furry friends, there are over 150 different airborne allergens out there that can cause allergies to flare up. Learn more about these triggers and find out how Clarityn allergy products can help relieve your symptoms.

What Are Airborne Allergies?

There are over 150 different airborne allergens, and they fall into four categories: animals, mouldX mould
Parasitic, microscopic fungi (like Alternaria) that float in the air like pollen. Mould spores are a common trigger for allergies and can be found in damp areas, such as the bathroom, as well as outdoors in grass, leaf piles, hay, mulch or under mushrooms.
, dust mitesX dust mites
A common trigger for indoor allergies. They are microscopic mites that live in the fibers of pillows, mattresses, blankets and carpet. They live off of our dead skin cells. Inhalation of their droppings can cause allergic reactions such as runny nose, sneezing and nasal congestion.
and pollenX pollen
A fine, powdery substance, typically yellow, consisting of microscopic grains discharged from the male part of a flower called stamens or from the male cone of a tree.
that comes from grass, trees, weeds and flowers.

Because they are so small and light, these allergens can travel through the air and stick to your hair and your clothes. This means they can affect you even if you’re nowhere near their source. In fact, a study tested domestic airplane seats, and found the most common cat allergenX allergen
A substance that your body perceives as foreign and harmful; initiates the allergic reaction.
on 100% of them

A chart categorizing the types of allergens that Clarityn can help relieve

Clarityn Can Provide All Day Relief of Symptoms That Can Be Triggered by These Allergens

To understand how Clarityn provides up to 24-hour, effective relief from allergy symptoms, it’s important to know what causes an allergic reaction.

When you take a breath or rub your nose or eyes, allergens can come into contact with your immune systemX immune system
The body’s defence system that protects us against infections and foreign substances.
and trigger a hypersensitivity reaction. The aim of the immune system is to get rid of the substance it thinks is harmful, cells of your immune system activate and some release inflammatory mediators like histamineX histamine
A naturally occurring substance that is released by the immune system after being exposed to an allergen. When you inhale an allergen, mast cells located in the nose and sinus membranes release histamine. Histamine then attaches to receptors on nearby blood vessels, causing them to enlarge (dilate)…

When the histamine binds to receptors on other cells in your body, it causes you to experience allergy symptoms, including runny nose, sneezing, itchy/watery eyes, itchy nose or throat, nasal congestion and sinus pressure.

How Clarityn Works

Clarityn is an antihistamineX antihistamine
Medication that relieves symptoms of sneezing, itching and runny nose by blocking histamine receptors.
so it hinders the cascade of inflammatory mediators triggered by allergens by blocking the histamine receptors. By hindering this cascade, Clarityn relieves allergy symptoms that can be caused by 150+ different airborne allergens.

When to Take Clarityn

If you suffer from allergies, take Clarityn once a day to help relieve your symptoms like sneezing, runny nose or itchy, watery eyes.


Clarityn® Allergy Tablets

Clarityn® Allergy Tablets

One tablet can effectively relieve allergy symptoms all-day and is non-drowsy in the majority of users.