Often Sneeze After Drinking Ice?
My sister was 16 years old, at that time she finished drinking ice at school and then at night her sneezing didn’t stop, even though she took medicine from the doctor, she only stopped for a while but she sneezed again, even for a month the sneezing didn’t heal. What’s the solution? thank you
From the information you conveyed, the complaint of prolonged sneezing may be caused by a history of allergies or your sister's physical condition is declining, perhaps due to fatigue, exams, or poor sleep, so that the physical condition is not fit.
If your sister has had an examination and received treatment and medication, then if this complaint has not improved, you should suggest to return to the ENT doctor for an examination and evaluation of this complaint.
The doctor can plan a direct examination of the upper respiratory tract, so that the risks and causes can be identified. X-rays may be performed as indicated.
Treatment will be given according to the results of the examination obtained.
In the meantime, several things can also be done, such as:
1. clean the nose by running saline or also called saline nose irrigation
2. get enough sleep
3. Avoid spicy food, noodles, meatballs, fried rice, cold drinks
4. Inhaling warm steam from hot water
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