If you decide it's the latter, let us know. I need to stock up.
Pokerboss - I'll let you know.
Pseudophedrine hydrochloride is the "D" (as in "decongestant" to Claritin's branded antihistamine). So, to answer your question: pseudophedrine is a mild central nervous system stimulant. If you're sensitive to such things, it could seem like a bit of a "high".
Man, I feel like such a loser. Claritin-D does nothing for me.
I think the allergies make you lethargic.
Simple answer is both are correct, the allergies are making you lethargic, and the drugs are making you energetic, in two ways, relieving the part of your body that is effected by the allergies, and as Sophmom said, the D is juicing you some.Don Bell, PA - Emergency and Cardiac Care
Sophmom - There you go, Pokerboss.Jen - Not to worry. Now, I'm tired again. ((yawn))Zina - Don (see below) says it's both.Don - I knew some brilliant blogger(s) would have the answer. Thanks everybody!!
Guys, the right answer is:You, lethargic? Pshaw!!
Lorna - You win the mystery prize!
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