Causes And Ways To Deal With Frequent Sneezing And Itchy Palate?
, in recent months I often and easily sneeze, but not every time, more often in the morning. I sneeze easily when I smell a strong odor, like the smell of perfume, cooking odors, dust, cold, etc., if I have been able to sneeze until I get 10x and my snot always comes out. The roof of the mouth is also very easy to itch, if it’s itchy my ears also follow itchy, then sneeze. That’s why? And how to overcome it? Because I find it very annoying. Thank you for the answer 🙏🙏
Thank you for the question.
Frequent sneezing, runny nose, and itching in the palate to the ears that appear, especially in the morning most often caused by allergies. This allergy arises due to an error in the immune system that considers body contact with certain substances (called allergens) as dangerous, when in fact it is not. Not only sneezing, runny nose, and itching, this allergy can also make nasal congestion, coughing, tightness, itchy and watery eyes, as well as many other complaints. This allergy is closely related to genetic (hereditary) and environmental factors.
Aside from allergies, your complaints may also indicate a viral or bacterial infection around the nose, sinuses, or throat. Other conditions, such as polyps, konka hypertrophy, excessive sensitivity to certain drugs, and immune system disorders can also trigger this complaint.
So that your condition does not continue, check yourself to a doctor or ENT specialist, right? Allergy testing, rhinoscopy, blood tests, x-rays, or other supporting tests may be done by the doctor if you suspect a more serious condition. The initial handling should be done now:
Use a mask
Use warm clothing, drink warm water, and use a humidifier when the environment is cold, especially in the morning
Do not rub your nose with dirty hands
Be diligent in bathing, wash your hands with antiseptic soap, change sprey and curtains periodically, clean your house, and always keep the air circulation fresh.
Do not smoke
Exercise regularly every day
Increase your intake of foods rich in vitamin C, such as guava, oranges, strawberries, sprouts
Do not contact with substances that make you allergic, including cold, dust mites, animal dander, pollen, certain foods or drugs
Also avoid yourself from contact with substances that often aggravate your complaints, such as stinging smells, pollution, smoke, etc.
Do not take drugs carelessly without a doctor's prescription
Hope this helps ...