Handling Of Sneezing Is Chronic And Relapsing?
I often experience allergic reactions to sneezing, it’s been around 5 years. If 1-2 days are forced not to take cetirizine (sometimes prescribed prednicort), a rash around the forehead, chin and nose may develop. Never had skin prick but all negativity.
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Sneezing is a protective mechanism of the airways to prevent and expel foreign substances and substances from the respiratory tract, especially the nasal passages. Sneezing can occur for a short time due to certain medical conditions, or recurring and persistent for a long time. The condition of sneezing can be accompanied by several symptoms such as fever, pain in the nose and cheek area, coughing, runny nose, nasal congestion, decreased ability to taste or smell.
Sneezing can be caused by several conditions such as allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, irritation of the respiratory tract due to smoke and dust, vasomotor rhinitis. Vasomotor rhinitis is a non-allergic rhinitis condition. Repeated symptoms of sneezing and nasal congestion can be triggered by something that irritates the nose, such as air pollution, changes in weather and dry air, cigarette smoke, alcohol and perfume, side effects of certain medications, use of decongestant drugs too often, consuming spicy foods, heavy stress, changes or hormonal regulation disorders during pregnancy or menstruation.
Keep in mind about information that the symptoms of sneezing can occur due to triggers that are allergic, or non-allergic as mentioned above. It is necessary to make periodic observations about what triggers the most likely situation that happens to you. If the condition is getting burdensome and can cause a consultation with the ENT doctor regarding the examination and treatment according to your condition.
Avoid taking self-medication without doctor's instructions, avoid triggers that can cause irritation, can use a mask if traveling outside or going through an outdoor work environment that increases exposure to smoke or dust.
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