Cough Until You Are Congested In Cold Weather And Dusty Places?
I am a 33 year old man, had stopped smoking and stopped drinking coffee about 5 years ago, before him I did not have any allergies, very resistant to dust and cold weather, even bathing often at midnight even though the water felt like ice water. small nosebleeds often Complaints of the past 4 years, I easily catch a cold, almost every day I catch a cold and the right shoulder blade feels achy and sore, if the cold air or dusty environment the nose immediately clogged, then runny accompanied by sneezing sneezing, nostrils feel itchy as well the area around the eyes feels itchy and sore and tears come out, not to mention there is fluid coming out through the throat so that it often spits phlegm as a result if the nasal fluid continues to come out through the throat then the throat hurts, the body also sometimes becomes fever and eventually nosebleeds. stay in a cold area and the beds are not clean (dusty) tar complaints call almost every night I feel from 12 o’clock at night until dawn, sometimes accompanied by coughing and chest tightness. Please, the best solution
Good afternoon, thanks for the question
Allergic rhinitis is an inflammatory disease caused by allergic reactions in individuals who have a history of allergies due to certain allergen ingredients and are mediated by immunological reactions in the body. Allergic rhinitis has complaints of runny nasal mucus, sneezing, itchy eyes, nasal congestion and itching in the nose and eyes. Sneezing is a typical symptom, usually occurring repeatedly, especially at night until the morning.
Risk factors for allergic rhinitis include:
1. A history of atopy / allergy in self or family.
2. Environment with high humidity is a risk factor for fungal growth, so allergic symptoms can occur.
3. Exposure to dust mites are usually carpet and bed sheets, high temperatures.
The diagnosis of allergic rhinitis is made based on history taking, physical examination, and investigations if needed. An allergy check may be recommended to confirm a suspected diagnosis at this time. For adequate handling, you should do a routine check with your doctor if complaints continue to recur. Treatment with anti-histamine preparations and other symptomatic treatments is known to be very good for reducing symptoms and suppressing allergic reactions.
In addition to preventing more severe complaints and preventing recurrence of symptoms, it is necessary to pay attention to the following:
1. Avoid exposure to dust, pollution, and cigarette smoke.
2. Routinely washing and changing bed linen and bedding.
3. Not much use of carpet at home.
4. If you keep furry animals should not be placed in the house at all times.
5. Avoid extreme hot and extreme cold temperatures.
6. Avoid outdoor activities during the early hours of the morning.
7. Use a mask when a lot of outdoor activities.
That's all, hope you can help