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Allergic rhinitis is the name of a disease that causes inflammation in the nasal mucosa . It is caused by allergens such as dust, pollen, mold, or animal dander. When patients inhale substances that they are allergic to, they will experience symptoms such as a runny nose, coughing, sneezing, and sore throat. This disease can be treated in many ways, such as taking care of the symptoms yourself, using antihistamines or antihistamines,  using nasal sprays or eye drops, and using immunotherapy.

Key symptoms of allergic rhinitis.

Examples of common symptoms of allergic rhinitis include:UFABET  

  • Itchy nose, eyes, throat, or skin
  • Stuffy nose, runny nose, or decreased sense of smell
  • Cough, sneeze, sore throat
  • Tears flowing  
  • Have swelling or dark circles under the eyes
  • There are hives on the skin.
  • Headache
  • tired

Symptoms occur after exposure to an allergen, and may include one or more of the following. Headaches and fatigue usually occur after prolonged exposure to the allergen.

How to take care of your own allergic symptoms?

The best way to deal with allergies is to avoid the things that trigger the allergy. While this may not prevent all of the symptoms, it may help reduce the symptoms caused by exposure to those things.

There are many ways for patients to take care of themselves, and some methods depend on the type of allergen that affects each person’s body, as follows:

  • Clean your nasal passages regularly with saline or nasal wash to help prevent irritation.
  • If you are allergic to pollen, use an air conditioner instead of opening a window.
  • If you are allergic to dust, vacuum your living area frequently, wash your bedsheets and blankets in water above 55 degrees Celsius, use a dehumidifier or install a high-efficiency air filter indoors, use dust protection devices when doing housework or gardening, and avoid having carpets in your home.
  • You may use allergy medications , such as long-acting, non-drowsy antihistamines, but you should always consult your doctor or pharmacist first.