Can Flu And Allergies Be Cured?
I am 22 years old, I checked with the nearest doctor and he said I was allergic to the flu. who want to ask, can a cold allergy be cured?
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The flu, called the common people usually refers to the condition of a runny or blocked nose. This condition can indeed arise due to various reasons, one of which is allergic.
Allergies occur because the body experiences excessive sensitivity to the entry of a substance that is considered dangerous, but it really isn't. Allergy symptoms can vary. If it appears around the airways, sufferers may experience runny or stuffy nose, itchy nose and eyes, runny eyes, sneezing, coughing, olfactory disorders, taste disorders, shortness of breath, and so on. This allergy can be triggered by a variety of factors, for example cold, pollen, dust mites, mold spores, animal hair, and so on. This allergy can keep repeating as long as the allergen trigger is not avoided properly. Most likely, this allergy occurs related to genetic (hereditary) and environmental factors.
Not only allergic, it can also runny or stuffy nose caused by other triggers, such as irritation (such as inhalation of smoke or pollution), infection (can be due to viruses or bacteria), deviation of the nasal septum, polyps or other tumors in the nasal cavity, and so on.
If it is true that your complaint is caused by allergies (allergic rhinitis), then in fact this condition cannot be completely cured. However, you can minimize the recurrence by:
Identifying the type of allergen that triggers it
Avoiding these allergens, for example by:
Use a jacket if you are allergic to cold temperatures
Use a nose and mouth mask if you are allergic to dust mites, pollen
Do not use cotton padding if you are allergic to dust mites
Keep the neighborhood to stay clean
Exercise regularly --- exercise can suppress allergic reactions
Do not over-consume cold food and drinks
Expand eat fruits that are rich in vitamin C
Do not smoke
Not taking drugs carelessly
However, if you find your complaints very disturbing, it never hurts to check directly with your doctor or ENT specialist. Further tests, such as laboratories, allergy tests, x-rays, etc. can also be done by a doctor before providing appropriate treatment.
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