The answer is simple: the body needs to sweat. Sweating lowers your core temperature, and that’s what your body wants you to do if it doesn’t want you to overheat. When the brain gets a signal from the skin that it’s hot, it tells the pituitary gland in charge of regulating internal temperature (the hypothalamus) to release a hormone called vasopressin which causes liquid water directly under skin surfaces to evaporate – hence sweating.
I’ve been taking Zyrtec for 30 days now and I haven’t felt this good. I have only had one reaction after switching from another allergy medication. I decided to give Zyrtec a try because my other prescription was half weight for me. It takes away those annoying cough fits but does cause drowsiness during the night. Don’t be discouraged by this because its natural and you will build up a resistance.” …» Anonymous «After taking Zyrtec for 3 nights my nose was always running.. Now i have stopped sneezing 100% .. My eye seems bright red and smell like sulfur sometimes..」 «After taking Zyrtec for 3 nights my nose was always running.. Now i have stopped sneezing 100% .. My eye seems bright red and smell like sulfur sometimes..» BigMoma46 «First day took just f 8 hours now 2 days later take again f 24 hours pain in ankle joints out side form foot or leg light headed headache breast tenderness nausea stiff neck heart pal