Allergic Rhinitis

Whether it’s home, work, hanging out, or travelling, we have to face dust and other airborne diseases. Staying at home or interaction with pets or a pet too can make us more prone to some other allergies because pets shed dander from their body, which is an airborne allergen and may put us in a clinical situation, which is often known as Rhinitis. It is a common condition, which creates irritation and inflammation of the mucous membrane inside the nose and may sometimes lead to stuffy nose, runny nose, and post-nasal drip.

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Allergy Survival Guide

For certain individuals, allergies are inevitable. After a massive sneeze when someone exclaims. This is the worst allergy season ever they are actually right. The truth is that the pollen levels are on the rise. The pollen seasons are getting longer and hence more and more people are developing allergies. The haywire seasonal changes and extreme climate only adds to the allergy woes. Continue Reading