Secret Discharge From The Nose When The Weather Is Hot Or Rainy?
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Nose that secretes secretions or 'snot' or often also called a cold. Where a cold is a condition when the nose feels blocked or the nose secretes continuously. Secretions or fluid that comes out of the nose can be clear liquid liquid, rather viscous liquid that is clear to yellowish to greenish color. This condition is caused by many possibilities.
These symptoms can indicate a condition called rhinitis. Rhinitis is inflammation or irritation of the nasal cavity. Where a large part of rhinitis is divided into two, namely allergic rhinitis and nonallergic rhinitis which will require different treatments. Rhinitis has symptoms one of which is a runny nose.
Allergic rhinitis is rhinitis that arises due to allergen triggers or allergens such as allergic rhinitis, such as exfoliation of dead skin or animal hair, chemicals in the workplace, house dust mites, as well as pollen and spores. While the causes of nonallergic rhinitis are usually environmental factors, tissue damage in the nose, excessive use of nasal decongestants, and infections.
If you feel that your runny nose is due to environmental factors such as the weather, you may not be able to get rid of non-allergic rhinitis. In non-allergic rhinitis this condition is also often referred to as vasomotor rhinitis. Symptoms of vasomotor ehinitis are except from runny nose which can be triggered by something that irritates the nose, for example:
Changes in weather for example when the weather is hot, cold or dry air
Alcohol & perfume
Use of nasal spray decongestants too often
Eat spicy food
Hormonal changes such as pregnancy or menstruation
However, to ensure that further interviews are needed regarding your complaint and a direct examination on you.
To handle it also must depend on the cause. Because each of these causes has a different way of handling. Therefore, if you have complaints of a runny nose that does not heal for long or often recur you can consult further with an ENT specialist for further treatment.
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