Published: 10/28/2010 - Updated: 09/19/2018
Do you have symptoms such as sneezing, itchy throat, itchy eyes, nasal congestion and dry mouth? Do the air, the spring and the pollen affect you when you breathe? These are symptoms of allergic rhinitis.
Types of rhinitis
There are several types of rhinitis:
Allergic: It is the most typical for this time of year. It refers to the retinopathy and is characterized by sudden onset recurrent itchy nose, sneezing, runny nose and watery clear morning with nasal obstruction. Rhinitis is clear evidence of inhalation of substances that produce allergy as a hypersensitivity to pollen and suffering from crisis in the spring and summer due to flowering, or may be at a personal or family in allergic diseases, the typical symptoms and signs such as nasal itching, sneezing and, in some cases dry nasal mucosa, itching eyes, throat and/or hearing.
Acute: pathological access is fast and of short duration, nasal blockage, sneezing and rhinorrhea. Intranasal mucosa is swollen, pale red or bright red.
Atrophic: Dry nasal mucosal atrophy, widening of the nostril, hyposmia, ocena (smelly nostril) in severe and crusted nasal discharge.
Chinese Medicine for rhinitis
Traditional Chinese Medicine with native medicine and its ancient techniques, acupuncture, herbal medicine, ear acupuncture, cupping, etc.., give excellent results dealing with this problem.
In a few weeks, you can normalize the function of transporting a runny nose, and once the crisis is overcome, the remission phase come with a treatment for regulation.
Source: MTC College