Common "Sneezing" queries answered by top doctors | iCliniq


Sneezing is a way of removing irritants from the nose in the body. It gets triggered by allergens, dust, nasal irritants, inhalation of corticosteroids, drug withdrawal, and infections like common flu. It is managed by avoiding the triggering agents causing it. Taking antihistamine medications provides some relief. Anti-allergy medications like Cetirizine and Loratadine can be taken to manage it.

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I have constant sneezing, and a runny nose. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, Myself a 38-year-old woman. The temperature at my place is low and I have been dealing with this constant sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes. I suspect it might be an allergy but I have never experienced it this intensely before. It is affecting my work, my sleep, everything. Is ther...  Read Full »

Bhanushali Sonali Suresh Tara

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Yes, it can be due to changes in weather and the body trying to maintain body temperature leads to inflammation and low immunity. Steam inhalation with fresh pudina (mint) leaves or ajwain (caraway seeds) can be practiced once a day. Lavang (clove) powder mixed with ...  Read Full »

Please suggest a siddha medicine to cure sneezing problem in the morning.

Query: Hi doctor, I have a sneezing problem (more than a year) every morning when I woke up. I forced to sneeze vigorously at least 20 times in the morning. Please suggest any medicine in Siddha to cure this sneeze. I have been taking allopathy medicine for three months but it gives more side effects, dro...  Read Full »

Dr. Arul Amuthan L

Answer: Hello, Welcome to You are using nasal sprays of steroid and antiallergic drugs. They are not good for long term use due to side effects. According to Siddha Medicine, this condition can be treated as follows: Avoid exposure or cold air (AC), dust, mist, etc. They can activate the immune...  Read Full »

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