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The doctor told how to distinguish an allergic runny nose from a cold – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: April 14, 2024 Time: 19:52:39

Among the signs of allergy, according to her, there may also be a burning and tickling sensation inside the nasal passages, itching and redness of the skin in the vestibule, wings and tip of the nose, sneezing as a reflex attempt to get rid of it. of allergens, nasal congestion resulting from swelling of the mucous membranes, decreased sense of smell, weakness, distraction, tinnitus due to constant nose blowing.

Allergic rhinitis develops quickly, while cold symptoms gradually increase, says the doctor. In case of allergies, the nasal discharge always remains clear and watery. But they will change their structure and color if the cause of rhinitis is, for example, a virus.

Sharapova noted that the appearance of allergic rhinitis in spring is not uncommon. Thus, Sber Eapteka and Invitro found that almost 80% of Russians suffer from allergies, of which 54% suffer from spring fever, that is, hay fever. In spring, people usually develop pollen allergy due to the flowering of poplars and birches. However, it can also be caused by the flowering of other trees, for example, willow, elm, ash, maple, alder, linden, pine. Contact with pollen from corn, rye, dandelion, wormwood and quinoa can also cause a negative reaction in the body during a time of hot, dry weather.

The doctor highlighted that antihistamines are used to treat allergic rhinitis, which help relieve allergy symptoms. Immunotherapy may also be recommended to reduce sensitivity to certain allergens. Allergic rhinitis can be prevented by avoiding contact with allergens. For example, if you are allergic to plant pollen, you should spend less time outdoors during the flowering period.

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