How to Deal Allergic Rhinitis?

This article is for Allergic Rhinitis sufferers and those seeking treatment. Allergic rhinitis affects 30% of adults and 40% of children worldwide.

Allergic rhinitis Sneezing, congestion, itchy nose, and sore throat are symptoms of allergic rhinitis, sometimes known as hay fever. Pollen, pet dander, mold, and insects can cause hay fever.

Mulberry trees produce greater allergy reactions in Islamabad and Lahore.

Mulberry trees in Islamabad produce a lot of pollen during allergy season, which might bother allergy sufferers. Mulberry trees are so allergenic that several states and counties have banned their planting, yet they are not the main cause of allergic rhinitis.

Pet dander and hair allergies can cause sneezing, runny noses, stuffy noses, and itchy eyes. Pets are unavoidable. Pet allergies can linger in the air or on surfaces for months, causing problems even after the pet is gone. Cleaning and vacuuming frequently and utilizing air purifiers can help pet allergy sufferers avoid pet allergens.

If you avoid pets and mulberry plants, birch, cedar, oak, and pine trees can also cause allergic rhinitis.

Bermuda, fescue, and Timothy induce allergic rhinitis.

Ragweed and sagebrush also induce allergies. Chrysanthemums and daisies can also cause allergic rhinitis.

Eight Allergic Rhinitis Symptoms

  • Sneezing
  • Congestion
  • Itchy Nose & Eyes
  • Fever & Cough
  • Thrush

Prevent Allergens?

Allergic rhinitis can be treated. Avoid allergies that cause symptoms. If you are sensitive to pollen, remain indoors and close windows while the pollen count is high. Cleaning and vacuuming removes pet dander, dust, and other allergies. Antihistamines, decongestant nasal sprays, and drops can be recommended by a pharmacist.

Nevertheless, decongestants might worsen symptoms if used for longer than a week.

Salt water nasal sprays or treatments can clear congestion. You can control allergic rhinitis and minimize its effects with good treatment. Eat more low-histamine fruits such

  • Bananas
  • Blueberries
  • Cherries
  • Mangoes
  • Papayas
  • Pears
  • Pineapples
  • Plums

Allergic rhinitis can cause ear infections, sinusitis, and asthma exacerbations, said Dr. James L. Sublett.

To simplify life, many experts advise citizens to follow health advice.


Several studies have linked climate change to allergy disorders. Pollutants in soil, air, and water, antibiotics, and processed foods reduce beneficial microorganism exposure. Despite breakthroughs in diagnosis, prevention, and therapy, this can worsen and aggravate allergies. Early neonatal skin barrier deficiency detection is advantageous.

Electric impedance spectroscopy is being tested for clinical usage to detect skin barrier problems early. Addressing basophil activation test shortages is important. Mast cell and i-BID microbasophil activation tests may diagnose allergies.

Since the 1960s, people have been exposed to approximately 200,000 new compounds, making detection tools crucial. Precision medicine should examine allergy illnesses and asthma morbidities. Humanized animal disease models and other systems biology methods might safely analyze allergic reactivity and reverse the trend of growing allergies with increased severity.

Allergic rhinitis is frequent in Pakistan and worldwide. An immune system reaction to allergens like pollen, pet dander, or mold causes coughing, sneezing, trouble breathing, congestion, runny nose, and itchy eyes. Allergic rhinitis has no cure, although allergy avoidance, medicine, and immunotherapy can control symptoms.

Allergic rhinitis patients should cooperate with their doctor to create a customized treatment plan to enhance their quality of life.

Written by Aly Bukshi

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