Allergic Rhinitis Treatment
Allergic rhinitis also called hay fever occurs seasonally or all year round. It is an allergic response to allergens in air and can be caused by pollen, dust, mold or flakes of animal skin causes the insides of the nose to swell. Diagnosis involves history taking, examination of nasal passages and sometimes skin testing.
- Runny nose
- Red, watery and itchy eyes
- Loss of smell
It can’t be cured but antihistamine medications can reduce symptoms. Homeopathic medicines for the treatment and management of allergic rhinitis are symptoms are safe and effective without causing any adverse side effects. And homeopathy for allergic rhinitis is ideal as this therapy acts as an immunoregulator or immunomodulator because it regulates and revives the immune system aiding the body in self healing.
Allergic rhinitis can affect your health if you don't treat it. If it lasts a long time, you may have complications such as sinusitis, plugged ears, and ear infections. Some people with allergic rhinitis have sleep apnea. Some have asthma, and researchers are looking at whether allergic rhinitis may lead to asthma.
I came to positive homeopathy with severe allergy and coughing problem. Initially i took treatment for three months that gave me relief and encourage me to continue for a year long treatment. Now i am doing alright and haven't had any more allergy Problem.
**Results may vary from patient to patient
Frequently Asked Qustions
What is the cause Allergic Rhinitis?
Allergic rhinitis, often called hay fever, occurs when your immune system overreacts camera.gif to particles in the air that you breathe-you are allergic to them. Your immune system causes symptoms such as sneezing and a runny nose. The particles are called allergens, which simply means they can cause an allergic reaction.
What are the symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis?
Symptoms of allergic rhinitis may develop within minutes or hours after you breathe in an allergen. The symptoms can last for days.Symptoms that often start as soon as you breathe in an allergen include:Sneezing over and over again, especially after you wake up in the morning.A runny nose.A tickle in your throat or coughing caused by postnasal drip.Watery, itchy eyes. This may be allergic pinkeye.Itchy ears, nose, and throat.