Friday, November 16

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Know About Allergic Rhinitis | Diagnosis | Treatment | Prevention

Know About Allergic Rhinitis | Diagnosis | Treatment | Prevention

Symptoms & Treatment
Allergic Rhinitis- Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention Allergic rhinitis also called Hay Fever is due to an allergic response to some allergens like pollens and dust. In addition to tree pollen, grass pollen, dust mites, animal dander, cat saliva, and mould also cause allergic rhinitis. Since many of these allergens such as pollen are seasonal, incidence of allergic rhinitis is high in some seasons. A patient with allergic rhinitis normally presents with a running or stuffy nose, itching in the nose, cough, sore throat, watering and irritation of the eyes and headaches. Sometimes the nasal symptoms may be associated with skin rashes and hives. These symptoms come usually as soon as one is exposed to the allergen and are not usually associated with fever. Depending on when the symptoms...
Bronchitis: Causes, symptoms, and treatments

Bronchitis: Causes, symptoms, and treatments

Symptoms & Treatment
Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Bronchitis When there is irritation of the lining of your bronchial tubes that carry air back and forth from your lungs, its called bronchitis generally people who have bronchitis, cough up thick mucus, which can be discolored. The irritations on the lining of the bronchial tubes are caused to due various viruses such as flu and some bacteria’s. Bronchitis may possibly be either acute or chronic. If recently you have had a cold that may have turned into a cough then you might have an acute bronchitis where as if your cough is producing persistent mucus that lasts longer than 3 months or more then it might be a chronic bronchitis. Acute bronchitis is a shorter illness which may be known as cold or viral infection which lasts only for a few days