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How can you tell the difference between cold and allergy symptoms?

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The duration. Colds usually dont last longer than 2 weeks while allergies can be around for weeks or months.
ITCHY EYES!!!
It's hard cause you have the same symptoms
our colds are usually accompanied by a fever at first and the allergies usually start with watery eyes
the length of time the symptoms last, no fever with allergies but a cold could have high fever, yellow/green mucus is a cold, clear is allergies. itchy eyes/throat allergies, while body aches are associated with colds.
allergy symptoms get better when you are away from what is causing the reaction
With my allergies, I have itchy eyes and sniffle all day. With a cold no itchy eyes and my nose continues to run a lot all day!
Only if I take allergy medicine and it works.
Allergies last longer than colds. Allergies hit immediately, colds take a few days to progress. Allergies have itchy and watery eyes, colds to not. Colds have aches, allergies do not.
I can tell by my inchy watery eyes
Sneezing, itchy eyes, clear nasal drainage, lasting longer than a week or 2...allergies!
The area under ur eyes,above ur eyes and ur nose is puffy swollen and if u puch it apart it feels a little better that's for allergies for cold u get a fever
If you have aches and pains and a fever it is not allergies.
Only if my eyes are watery
Cold symptoms present themselves differently, where as with a cold, the symptoms will fade as the cold progresses, allergies are constant. Also, colds do not normally bring itchy, watery eyes, and sneezing is not a common complaint with a cold.
Where the pressure is and how long it lasts
Allergies last longer, allergies happen any time of year, allergy is triggered almost immediately, aches with cold, itchy/watery eyes with allergy, yellow mucus with cold, clear mucus with allergy
Allergies are caused by a overactive immune system while a cold is caused by a virus. Colds are contagious while allergies are not. Body aches come with a cold while allergies do not. Colds last 1-14 days while allergies can lasts months.
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colds: last 3 -14 days, most often during winter,symptoms take a few days to appear Allergies:can last days to months, can happen anytime of the year &Symptoms can begin immediately after exposure to the allergen
Only if my baby has the same symptoms then its allergies
Allergies usually start with itchy, watery eyes and lots of sneezing; a cold is usually accompanied by a fever and lots of thick mucus in sinuses. Allergies can go on most of the summer, where a cold doesn't stick around as long as allergy symptoms.
With cold symptoms comes exhaustion. Allergies make me miserable but not tired.
With allergies I am always sneezing and my eyes are always watering.
Even doctors have trouble telling the difference between cold and allergy symptoms. Allergy symptoms last longer than colds though.
Its hard to tell they do have very similar symptoms. But usually allergies last for a longer period of time.
ALLERGY SYMPTOMS IS JUST SNEEZING CONSTANTLY COLD SYMPTOMS IS ALOT WORSE AND GETS ME REALLY DOWN
i look for a fever in a cold & I also watch how long the symptoms last.
Cold symptoms come on quickly and taper off slowly as opposed to allergies which may, or may not, last as tear. Also, a cold is associated with body aches and skeins a fever and neither of these symptoms are present with an allergy sufferer. Allergies are also associated with the "itchies."
Usually my sons eyes are a dead giveaway..He will complain about his eyes burning..Then the runny nose, sneezing, coughing and sometimes vomiting starts.. Then I know for sure its allergies and not a cold..
Colds don't tend to last as long as allergies. Coughing is usually attributed to colds and not so much allergies, although is still possible.
Colds last three-14 days, allergies last Days to months -- as long as you are exposed to the allergen,colds Sometimes have aches,allergies Never have aches,colds Often have Runny or stuffy nose; usually yellow mucus, allergies Often have Runny or stuffy nose; usually clear mucus
Hard to tell, but a cold lasts no longer than 14 days; allergies last weeks to months.
If the symptoms decrease while away from allergen triggers.
by the duration of the symptoms.
Allergy symptoms get better with medicine and are only during certain times of year.you also get itchy eyes with allergies.
Sinus Pressure, fatigue
Its a different feeling of stuffiness and itchy eyes!! I get a headache that starts right a my sinuses!!!
With a cold, you frequently have an elevated temperature and colored (yellow or green) secretions. In allergies, secretions are usually colorless or white.
My alkergies are all in my head. Colds are usually done in five days or less. No fever with allergies. Plus its great that colds are mostly few and far between.
With a cold the duration is 3-14 days, with allergies it is days to months or however long you are exposed to the allergen. With the onset of symptoms it usually takes a couple days for a cold to come on but with allergies symptoms can happen immediately. If your nose is running and the mucus is yellow it's probably a cold, if it is clear its most likely allergies.
A common cold usually lasts no longer than ten days, while allergies can pester people for months on end. Seasonal allergies usually bloom the same time every year (hellloo, spring!) while colds are more prominent in the winter and fall
Colds are caused by a virus & take a few days to show. Unlike Allergies, you can have aches, fever & mucus takes on a yellowish-green color(yuck). Colds usually happen in winter months. Allergies are usually seasonal & symptoms start almost immediately after exposure. Unlike colds, symptoms my include itchy eyes, and mucus stays clear. Allergies last longer than colds also. A typical cold can last anywhere from 3-14 days. They usually clear up within two weeks. Allergies come and go and can last a lot longer
The duration of a cold is different from allergies, plus the time of year and some symptoms are different. The symptoms from allergies hit you right away, but symptoms from a cold hit you days after the virus attacks your body.
if you test to see if you have antibodies in your blood from cold germs.
itchy eyes and how long the symptoms last
with allergies your eyes can get puffy and watery with a cold this usually does not happen. allergies can lasts for months and colds only a few days.
allergy symptoms involve sneezing but cold symptoms do not really cause that. Although the symptoms for both are VERY similar. Also you would have itchy and watery eyes along with the sniffles.
A cold lasts no longer than 14 days and allergies last weeks to months!! Also, if your eyes itch it is because of allergies not colds.
Colds are caused by hundreds of different viruses and allergies are caused by an overactive immune system.
Allergies leave me with a constant itchy feeling I. My nose and congest my sinuses.
A fever can present with a cold but not with allergies.
allergy symptoms generally will have more systemic involvement beyond cold symptoms of sneezing and coughing.
Allergies don't cause fevers. Allergies usually don't cause yellow snot
My eyes do NOT itch when it is a cold!
The duration. Colds usually dont last longer than 2 weeks while allergies can be around for weeks or months.
Allergies = Sneezing, Itchy/watery eyes, clear nasal drainage, last longer. Colds = Possible fever/sore throat/aches, yellow/green mucus, cough
With a cold you usually have congestion and coughing. With allergies you usually have symptoms of a running nose, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes.
You never get aches and fever with allergies.
With allergies the symptoms appear right after exposure. Colds take days. Sometimes you have body aches with a cold.
Colds come with body aches, and mucus can change from clear to yellow.
my nose doesn't run with allergies, but my yes itch and I sneeze a lot more!
Cold symptoms include body aches and taper off a quickly, while allergies include itchy eyes and sore throat that lasts longer.
Colds are caused by a virus and allergies are not caused by a virus. Colds last a short time and allergies can last much longer.
With allergies it is just constant headaches and stuffiness. I usually have sneezing and sore throat. With a cold, I am usually packed tight and stuffed up and sometimes have a runny nose and can avoid having a headache most times and it doesn't seem to linger, tylenol can help my cold...but my allergies.....not so much!
colds dont last nearly as long as allergies do and the symptoms are often different. as a mom with 3 kids who have allergies, you just learn to recongnize when its allergies
i have the same symptoms with allergies except a cough
similar symptoms
What I am thinking is the duration and whether medicine alleviates the symptoms or not
Cold symptoms come fairly quickly and taper off, whereas Allergies can, and sometimes do, last all year. Also, a cold may be accompanied my body aches, chills, and a fever. Allergies are not associated with those symptoms.
When I'm getting a cold, I start to feel it in my throat first. When it's allergies, I feel sinus pressure first, plus my eyes get itchy and swollen.
Fever for cold vs itchy watery eyes for allergy
even though the symptoms often overlap. "A cold lasts no longer than 14 days; allergies last weeks to months. If you tend to get "colds" that develop suddenly and occur at the same time every year, it's possible that you actually have seasonal allergies. Although colds and seasonal allergies may share some of the same symptoms, they are very different diseases.
Allergies will last a long time while a cold is generally a short stay.
Allergies come with itchy eyes and nose (and other places), sinus congestion that is clear and no fever. Colds will have similar symptoms but with fever and body aches, yellow mucus if has gone to sinus infection.
Allergies do not come with fever or aches and pains but a cold can. Also a cough usually indicates a cold while itchy eyes go with allergies.
Because the symptoms of colds and allergies are often similar, it can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between the two. Despite the sometimes overlapping symptoms between these two conditions, the causes of these diseases are very different. For example, colds are caused by more than 200 different viruses that can be picked up from various places (other people, money, doorknobs, food, etc). Once the cold virus enters the body, the immune system kicks its defenses into overdrive causing the body to release different chemicals, resulting in the typical symptoms associated with the common cold. Allergies, on the other hand, are not caused by viruses. Rather, they result from an overactive immune system that identifies harmless substances such as pollen, pet dander, pet hair, or dust as potential threats in some individuals. In this case, the body releases different chemicals to fight the allergy than it would a cold. Despite the different mechanism, the symptoms associated with allergies are often similar to that of the common cold, namely nasal congestion, sneezing, and runny nose. Although both allergies and colds can result in congestion, sneezing, and runny nose it is important to know that there are symptoms that are distinct between the two disorders. Allergies often lead to itchy, watery eyes, something that does not often happen with a cold, while colds are often accompanied by coughing and a sore throat, symptoms not usually associated with allergies.
Because the symptoms of colds and allergies are often similar, it can sometimes be difficult to tell the difference between the two. Despite the sometimes overlapping symptoms between these two conditions, the causes of these diseases are very different. For example, colds are caused by more than 200 different viruses that can be picked up from various places (other people, money, doorknobs, food, etc). Once the cold virus enters the body, the immune system kicks its defenses into overdrive causing the body to release different chemicals, resulting in the typical symptoms associated with the common cold. Allergies, on the other hand, are not caused by viruses. Rather, they result from an overactive immune system that identifies harmless substances such as pollen, pet dander, pet hair, or dust as potential threats in some individuals. In this case, the body releases different chemicals to fight the allergy than it would a cold. Despite the different mechanism, the symptoms associated with allergies are often similar to that of the common cold, namely nasal congestion, sneezing, and runny nose. Although both allergies and colds can result in congestion, sneezing, and runny nose it is important to know that there are symptoms that are distinct between the two disorders. Allergies often lead to itchy, watery eyes, something that does not often happen with a cold, while colds are often accompanied by coughing and a sore throat, symptoms not usually associated with allergies.
Allergies often lead to itchy, watery eyes, something that does not often happen with a cold, while colds are often accompanied by coughing and a sore throat, symptoms not usually associated with allergies.
Allergies often lead to itchy, watery eyes, something that does not often happen with a cold, while colds are often accompanied by coughing and a sore throat, symptoms not usually associated with allergies.
For me allergies are accompanied by lots of sneezing and a very runny nose and itchy eyes that last for weeks or even months depending on what is causing them.and a cold is full of coughing and phlegm
Itchy eyes, runny nose, sneezing for the allergies.
Colds are caused by hundreds of different viruses. When one of these viruses gets into your body, your immune system attacks it. Some of the effects of this immune response are the classic symptoms of a cold, such as congestion and coughing. Colds are contagious!! You can pick them up when an infected person sneezes, coughs, or shakes hands with you! Colds can last up to three to 14 days!! Allergies are caused by an overactive immune system. For some reason, your body mistakes harmless substances -- such as dust or pollen -- for germs and attacks them. Your body releases chemicals such as histamine, just as it does when fighting a cold. This can cause swelling in your nasal passages, a runny nose, coughing, and sneezing. Allergies are not contagious, although some people may inherit a tendency to develop them. Allergies can last days to months!
the sneezing is different and also the watery eyes
Color of snott and if throat is red inside means cold.
it can be hard to tell. duration, onset and time of year may occasionally help one figure it out but lots of symptoms of the two overlap.
Itchy, watery eyes...allergies. Aches and pains all over...cold.
A cold your body aches and sometimes you get a fever. It takes awhile to get better and allergies well your throat and eyes are itchy!
The itchy eyes!
My allergies stay all in my head, a cold makes me feel bad all over.
The duration of time with symptoms, itchy eyes....honestly, if you've had allergy's before, then you can't help to know the difference.
the color of the mucus, allergies is clear and cold are colored (yellow).
colds are shorter but you feel worse,,sore throat, cough,fever, run down feeling. Allergies are itchy throat and ears,watery eyes, nasal drip, sneezing when exposed to certain allergants.Longer duration
Itchy eyes
That icky metallic taste in your mouth and a specific feeling headache tell me I have a cold.
With a cold, symptoms come on fast and taper off fairly quickly. Colds can be accompanied by fever and body aches, allergies do not.
Colds have a shorter duration, allergies last longer.
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itchy eyes for sure!
i can tell with my itchy eyes
I usually can tell with my kids, if their eyes are watery and itchy, and their noses are runny and it's clear, that it's allergies, and not a cold.
A common cold usually lasts no longer than ten days, while allergies can pester people for months on end. Seasonal allergies usually bloom the same time every year while colds are more prominent in the winter and fall.
cold symptoms don't last as long, they are temporary. allergies are ongoing.
Cold is a generalized body discomfort that may include headache, fever, etc. Meanwhile allergies symptoms in my case are runny nose and ayes and sneezing.
A cold can include a fever and body aches-allergies just make ya wish ya could remove your head from your body, allergies(in my case) last year round-thankfully a cold last upto a couple weeks.
Allergies are more persistent than colds, they last longer, can happen any time of year,& come on almost immediately upon alergen exposure. Colds the symptoms develop gradally & get worse, you can have aches with cold, itchy/watery eyes with allergy, yellow mucus with cold, clear mucus with allergy
by the symptoms
Colds are caused by a virus & symptoms are temporary, allergies are caused by generally harless stuff that irritates your immune system, like pollen,dust etc.Allergy symptoms are longterm
The color & texture of noise drainage. allergies give you itchy eyes that also makes them run, a cold doesn't have the itch. colds usually have a worse sore throat. allergies cause your nose to itch, a cold doesn't have the itch. cold symptoms last 1 to 2 weeks, allergies, while they can last for a season or all year round, they get started from being around the source of your allergies, so you can wake up feeling fine, then go outside & the symptoms will start to happen. Allergies can dry you up, making it harder to breath. You can't catch allergies from another person who has allergies!
Cold seems to come and go,meanwhile allergies come and are consistant lasting days,weeks and months.Both can cause runny noses,stuffiness,watery eyes but colds normally come with a cough.
I tell the difference by: headache and pain bc allergies usually don't cause this symptom , also how long it has been going on and if my eyes are watery, itching , if the runny nose is with a sneeze. Coughing is a sign of a cold. Allergies never make you have a have a fever.
I can tell with the different ways of pressure in my head and sneezing compared to a cold and just feeling bad, I know the difference
Recovering from a cold can be quick but allergy symptoms don't go away so quick.
It all in the itchy eyes
Cold symptoms will usually start to improve after a few days, but allergy symptoms continue and can cause secondary infections due to their attack on the sinus cavities. They also often affect the sufferer's eyes, causing itching and redness.
Allergies cone with only a couple of symptoms where a cold usually had a fever also. Also, allergies lounger for longer. And are usually at the same time every year.
The difference between cold and allergy symptoms. Allergies can be seasonal, symptoms come on suddenly, itchy, watery eyes, absence of fever and runny nose will have a thin, clear discharge Colds have fever and yellow/greenish nasal discharge. Colds are caused by viruses but are more common in winter months.
Colds are short Allergies are long lasting. Red watery eyes and itchy throat are dead giveaways to allergies and colds are more sore and achy
A cold tends to give me more issues with cough, my lungs and my stomach. Whereas allergies stem more in my head area with sinus issues, such as a runny nose, eyes tearing and severe headaches.
Allergy symptoms are different than cold symptoms
My husband is more tired and hungry when he has a cold versus when he has his seasonal allergies.
Cold virus brings a fever, and allergies tend to brig weepy eyes.
A cold is short term.......allergies last longer.
I can tell the difference because I cough more when I have a cold
Itchy watery eyes for allergies and a fever usually with a cold.
I typically feel worse when I have a cold. Plus the phlegm can get thicker and not run as clear. Sometimes my body may even ache, maybe even a slight fever.
With a cold I always have a sore throat. With allergies a stuffy nose and itchy throat, and usually hives. Hylands remedies are always in our home and with our family on the go!
yes
The way I know is that a cold seems to stay longer. And I always get body aches when I get sick but not when my allergies are acting up.
Fever with a cold, none with allergies. Muscus color is different - green/yellow with a cold and clear with allergies (at least in my experience).
A cold is contagious and allergies are not.
Constant sneezing, itchy eyes, the calendar.
 

True or False. Noon is the best time of the day to exercise when trying to avoid pollen / outdoor allergies.

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True or False, You will outgrow your allergies?

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Flase. Allergies becomes worse once its not treated. My husband always have allegies especially spring season. His skin becomes red color in some parts , sneezes because of pollen, the list goes on.
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We live in wisconsin and here it is long months of winter and then breezy and cloudy climate due to which I use Hyland's products for allergies for my son as he gets earache and my husband gets sneezing ,We can outgrow them by using Hyland's products
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False, I believe they get worse
False
Going to say false based on personal experience. I never had allergies until 5 years ago & now my allergies are the worst its ever been!
 

True or False, along with runny itchy eyes, stuffy nose, rashes and fatigue, there are also ear related symptoms as a result of allergies.

 

Which symptoms develop faster, allergy or cold symptoms?

I love this product, it just calms my son down enough that he doesn’t fight sleep and he doesn’t have night awakenings

-Kristen from Bremen, Ga

His symptoms greatly improved, the chills went away, his fever did not sky-rocket, and sore throat was relieved. Today, he is feeling much better.

-Mom of 3 from Minneapolis, MN

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