Got nose allergies? Here are 4 tips to ease your symptoms

Allergic rhinitis, a condition that can make you feel as if your nose is out to get you. It is often called allergies or hay fever and usually occurs when your immune system overreacts to particles, allergens, in the air that you breathe. Those allergens can include pollen grains from trees, grass, flowers, weeds, dust mites, animal dander, cockroaches, and mold as well as, wood dust, chemicals, or lab animals, etc.

frozenSymptoms include sneezing especially after waking up, and having a runny nose and postnasal drip with clear discharge. Also, your ears, nose, and throat may feel itchy, and your eyes can become watery. If not controlled, allergic rhinitis may lead to serious complications such as otitis, conjunctivitis, rhinosinusitis, and asthma. It also makes you more susceptible to upper and lower respiratory tract infection.

Allergic rhinitis is a chronic condition. However, you can avoid the things that trigger your allergies, and control your symptoms.

You don’t have to suffer this year as seasons change, follow these tips to fight allergic rhinitis:

  1. Use Nasal irrigation: Wash out your nasal passages and sinuses with salt water to clear any allergens that may be triggering your symptoms.
  2. Control your environment: First, identify what you are allergic to and avoid it. For instance, if you’re allergic to pollen, close the windows and use air filters. Avoiding stuffed teddy’s might also be a good idea for children who are allergic to dust mites.
  3. Keep the air moist: Keep the air and your nasal passages moist if you’re having sinus problems. Take long warm showers, apply warm compresses over your nose and mouth, and breathe in the steam from a pot on the stove. However, keep in mind that too much humidity can make dust mites thrive.
  4. Make sure to consult your doctor about Trimed® Flu tablets, for relief of  rhinorrhea and congestion as well as the pain, fever, headache, facial pain and pressure, accompanying sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, common cold and flu. Trimed® Flu is a non- sedating combination ensuring the relief of all symptoms at a convenient twice daily dose.


Remember, you don’t have to put up with nasal allergy symptoms!

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