If your allergy medications aren’t working, you may want to consider having more sex. Yes that’s right sex has been proven to have its own antihistamine effects on symptoms associated with allergies such as congestion and teary eyes. Scientists have linked The reproductive system to the nasal system. The more severe your symptoms, the more sex you should have. It’s by far a more pleasurable way to manage your allergies. Antihistamine medications affect fluid secretions, and that’s not limited to vaginal secretions. These meds affect the way women lubricate which can be embarrassing for the female, and may also have their partner questioning wether or not they are appealing to their partner. If a person is having difficulty with the nasal system, this will in turn affect their sexual response to their partner. Smell and pheromones play an important role in sexual attraction. There are different pheromone products that can be used during this time to assist in maintaining attraction between you and your partner. Allergies can be annoying, but it shouldn’t place your love life on hold. It’s up to you to take control of your symptoms.