Respiratory Disorders

Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis chronic is upper respiratory disease and  also known as hay fever, Rhinitis is inflammation of the nasal membrane.
Allergic rhinitis is broadly defined as symptomatic hypersensitivity of mucosa due to exposure to allergens.

There are,
Seasonal: seasonal allergic rhinitis can occur in spring, summer and caused by allergic sensitivity to airborne mold.
Perennial: People with perennial allergic rhinitis experience symptoms year-round. It is generally caused by dust, pet hair and dander, hidden food allergies and rarely cause perennial nasal symptoms.

Characterized by rhinorrhea, nasal obstruction, Nasal itching sneezing, it is usually a longstanding condition that often goes undetected. 

Symptoms: 
• Running nose
• Sneezing
• Lacrimation
• Often infection
• Fever and rash
• Headache
• Red eyes 
• Stuffy nose

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