It’s Hard To Yawn And It’s Hard To Sneeze?
I was a boy in high school lately I had difficulty sneezing and when I almost sneezed my nose felt itchy for days and also when I wanted to evaporate my jaw it felt a little weird so I guess what was the cause huh? Is there anything to do with GERD? The problem is that my GERD has not healed either
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The condition of your itchy nose needs to be explored further. Since when have itchy nasal complaints experienced, factors suspected of being triggers (dust, cold weather, smoke, smoking, or other triggers), other symptoms experienced (secretions coming out of the nose, fever, pain around the nose, sore throat, painful swallowing, decreased ability to smell, or other symptoms), a history of allergies, and a history of treatment that has been done to reduce your symptoms.
Sneezing is a response to the upper respiratory tract, especially the nose, to remove substances or foreign objects from the respiratory tract. Sneezing can occur with other symptoms such as itchy nose, runny nose, fever, pain around the nose, runny nose, or nasal congestion. The condition of itchy nose can be caused by several possible causes, such as allergic rhinitis, irritant reaction to dust, smoke, inflammation of the nasal mucosa due to bacterial or viral infections, fungal infection conditions around the nose, vasomotor rhinitis.
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) is often referred to as stomach acid disease. In GERD conditions, there is reflux or backflow of stomach acid into the esophagus to the oral cavity. In patients with GERD can experience symptoms of heartburn or the left upper abdomen that spreads toward the chest or oral cavity, the mouth feels bitter, decreased appetite, nausea and vomiting. Symptoms of GERD are experienced due to the weakness of the Lower Esophageal Sphincter (LES).
In a study of the correlation of allergic rhinitis with laryngopharyngeal reflux, it was concluded that there might be a correlation between the two relationships. It was concluded that laryngopharyngeal reflux improves one's perception of symptoms that resemble allergic rhinitis such as impaired speech, often making movements like "swallowing", the sensation of globus. But there is no conclusion that states that there is a relationship between stomach acid reflux with itching on the nose or the sensation of wanting to evaporate.
If symptoms of itchy nasal itching, or severe heartburn, it is advisable to consult a doctor related to further examination and management. It is not advisable to take self-medication without doctor's instructions, wear a mask when traveling or in a dusty environment, maintain a diet with a small portion of food with a more frequent frequency.
Hopefully this information can help you,