Advil Cold and Sinus vs. Panadol Allergy Sinus

Advil Cold and Sinus Medication
Millions of people all over the world suffer from allergy and sinus related symptoms. What is even more alarming is the fact that with increased air pollution, many more people who have never had these symptoms are now getting them. Allergies occur as a result of allergic reactions to various things like pollen, dust, mildew, grass, and even the smell of perfumes. Sinus reactions come about as a result of reactions to similar things and can also be triggered by the weather and other climatic conditions. All sufferers of both ailments want is relief, and preferably instant relief. There are various medications on the market, both over-the-counter and those that have to be prescribed that are geared towards treating these symptoms.

I am going to look at two of the ones that I have used and state in an un-biased manner how they have helped me. They are Advil Cold and Sinus and Panadol Allergy Sinus. The Panadol Allergy Sinus is relatively new on the market and is an OTC drug; Advil Cold and Sinus has been around longer and is also an OTC drug. In my experience, Panadol Allergy Sinus takes longer to start working than Advil Cold and Sinus and does not last as long. The Advil lasts almost the whole day while the Panadol lasts only a few hours. In the past couple of weeks, the weather has been changing rapidly and many people’s allergies and sinuses have been acting up. If you suffer from any of the two problems, you can try out either one of them or both of them. Your reaction to them may be different from mine.