Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis and its Cause Therapy
Signs and symptoms of allergic rhinitis
Allergic rhinitis is an inflammation caused inside the nose by allergens such as pollen, dust, mold, and animal skin fragments. This is a very common symptom, and it is estimated that about one in five people in the UK has allergic rhinitis.
Allergic rhinitis typically has symptoms similar to colds such as sneezing, itching, stuffy nose or runny nose. These symptoms usually begin immediately after exposure to an allergic antigen 비아그라파는곳
Some develop allergic rhinitis for only a few months at a time, sensitive to seasonal allergic antigens such as pollen from trees and grasses. But some people have allergic rhinitis all year round.
Most people with allergic rhinitis have mild symptoms that can be easily and effectively treated. However, some symptoms are severe and persistent, preventing sleep and interfering with daily life.
Symptoms of allergic rhinitis sometimes improve over time, but this can take years, and the symptoms do not disappear completely.
Causes of allergic rhinitis
Allergic rhinitis occurs when the immune system reacts to harmful allergic antigens. This causes cells to release large amounts of chemicals that inflate the inner layers of the nose and cause excess mucus to spill. Common allergic antigens that cause allergic rhinitis are pollen, fungal spores, house dust mites, pieces of an animal’s skin, urine or saliva. Pollen rhinitis is also called hyperthermia.
Treatment and prevention of allergic rhinitis
It is difficult to avoid potential allergic antigens completely, but it can reduce contact with allergic antigens that you know or suspect cause allergic rhinitis. This will help improve the symptoms. If your symptoms are mild, you can relieve symptoms by taking over-the-counter drugs such as non-genuine antihistamines, or by regularly wiping your nose with salt water to make your nose free of irritation. (Reverse – This is the British situation. I don’t know if you can buy antihistamines over the counter in Korea) If this treatment doesn’t work, see a doctor. It will prescribe more powerful drugs.