What is Allergic Rhinitis and What are its CausesJanuary 17, 2018 Posted by: Dr. Manoj 947 views
The weather is changing. Everybody around you is falling sick. You are happy; you haven’t fallen prey to the cold that’s surrounding you. You are working with all the energy you have.
You sneeze. You sneeze again. Before you know it, your nose is like a tap, effortlessly flowing with all the watery mucus it can release. But, it might not be the cold that you are suspecting it to be. It could be allergic rhinitis.
What triggers allergic rhinitis?
An allergen is what triggers rhinitis. An allergen is a non harmful antigen that causes an allergy in the human body. Allergic Rhinitis causes severe irritation to the eyes and is often said to cause hay fever. Allergic Rhinitis is caused due to an allergic reaction due to specific allergens. Allergic Rhinitis causes severe problems during season changes.
Allergic Rhinitis causes severe sneezing, cough, running nose, itchy nose and itchy eyes. It might, at times, also exhibit symptoms that resemble Eczema with red patchy blisters and dry skin. But, it is not a very serious problem as Allergic Rhinitis causes this.
Mostly, the symptoms that allergic rhinitis causes are felt by you as soon as you come into contact with allergen.
Allergic Rhinitis causes the body to release a chemical by the name Histamine, which is a natural chemical. This chemical has properties to protect the immune system during such situations. Some of the allergens which commonly cause Rhinitis are: Pollen, mites, cat saliva and mold.
Allergic Rhinitis is categorized into two types primarily:
Perennial Rhinitis: This type of rhinitis goes on for the full year without any kind of break. This is caused by some kind of a triggering factor like mites, certain type of fragrances and dust particles.
Temporary Rhinitis: This type of Rhinitis is caused due to season change and it generally lasts for a few days to few weeks at most.
Allergic Rhinitis causes are often attributed to certain external factors that trigger the condition. They are:
- Consumption of alcoholic beverages
- Having cold food products
- Sulphur dioxide which a major cause of pollution
- The smell of gas and fumes
Allergic Rhinitis can be prevented by trying to figure out what is the cause of the problem and to understand as to what has triggered the Allergic Rhinitis to become severe.
Now, the thing about allergic rhinitis is this: you might feel that just like common cold, this too, will just pass. But, unlike a common cold bout, if left untreated, allergic rhinitis causes more trouble than you can think of. Even though there are several over the counter medications available for allergic rhinitis, yet, what these medicines do is to simple suppress the symptoms. They don’t really get to the root.
So,what do you do?
Contrary to what many people are led to believing, homeopathy is a systematic and holistic remedy. Coming from natural sources, it focuses on the root of the issue than suppressing it. It doesn’t just clear out the symptoms, but works in a way that the problem is nipped in the bud, which means fewer chances of relapsing. Plus, there are no side effects to complicate the situation. That means, no drowsiness, no lethargy which is common with anti-allergic medicines . You can go about your daily work with no interruptions because of the remedies.
It’s an effective and easy way to get rid of the annoying runny nose, headaches and rashes.
Say yes to homeopathy, say no to allergic rhinitis
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