The Cause Of Colds?
Excuse me, I’m a 20-year-old student. I often catch a cold min. Once a month because I am allergic to dust, smoke, certain foul odors, animal dander, flower pollen, and cold water. My question is, can that be said to be normal? And is there a way that I can do to get rid of my allergies? I have had a history of asthma and inflammatory infections, is there anything to do with the common cold that I have experienced?
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Need to be considered more about the condition that you are experiencing. Keep in mind the main complaints that you experience (runny nose, pain in the nose, nasal congestion, sneezing), since when the complaint arises, what is thought to be a trigger factor (dust, smoke, certain odors, cold weather), other symptoms that you natural (pain in the nasal area, swelling, redness, fever, cough, runny nose, snoring disorder, swallowing pain), history of allergies, history of previous illnesses, as well as history of medications that you have consumed in relation to the condition.
Some conditions that can lead to allergic rhinitis include conditions that feel itchy nose, runny nose, sneezing, but can also be accompanied by reactions to the eyes such as red eyes, itchy eyes, and watery eyes. Allergic reactions are based on precipitating factors, such as dust, smoke, cold weather, or other conditions. Without triggers, allergic reactions do not arise. Conditions due to allergies generally occur repeatedly as long as the trigger exposure continues. In addition to the possibility of a cold that you occur due to allergies, it can also be caused by vasomotor rhinitis conditions, rhinitis that occurs due to viral or bacterial infections.
To overcome the condition that you are experiencing, it is advisable to consult an ENT doctor regarding further examination and management. It is necessary to examine the nasal cavity, ears and throat in your condition. Examination of some substances that cause allergies can be considered with a poor prick test if an indication of the examination is found, accompanied by a blood test. Treatment will be given according to the underlying cause after the examination is done.
In allergic rhinitis, it is natural that symptoms recur with exposure to substances that cause allergic reactions. The main way to minimize allergic reactions is to avoid exposure to allergens, can use a mask when traveling or on the move, maintaining physical fitness, adequate rest.
Hopefully this information can help you,