Minimal exposure of the nose to pollens, dust, molds, etc., and other factors like dry environment, smoke, air pollution, paint fumes, the intense fragrance of perfumes, spicy foods, stress, etc., irritates the nasal lining leading to running or blocked nose. Though such individuals are not known to have an allergy to the factors mentioned above or any infection, they experience rhinitis symptoms in such instances. It is also known as non-allergic rhinitis.
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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 »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. 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 »