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Allergic Rhinitis

What is Allergic Rhinitis?



If you often get frequent cold like symptoms then you may be suffering from allergic rhinitis. Allergic rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal airways which develop due to increased sensitivity to certain outdoor or indoor allergens.

Symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis


The symptoms of allergy are produced due to allergic reaction immediately when you are exposed to a specific allergen. The symptoms may be mild or severe and commonly include:

  • Running nose
  • Itching and watering of the eyes
  • Itching in the nostrils Itching in the ears
  • Sneezing Cough Sinus pressure
  • Decreased sense of smell or taste

Causes of Allergic Rhinitis


Allergic Rhinitis can occur at any age. However it is commonly seen in childhood and early adulthood. If you have a parent or sibling suffering from allergy or asthma then you are at increased risk of developing allergic rhinitis. Heredity seems to play a major role in allergic diseases.


The Immune System’s role Immune system protects our body against infectious organisms and diseases. Sometimes the immune system overreacts to substances which are normally harmless to most individuals. When the immune system is triggered it releases chemicals, such as histamine, into your blood stream which leads to allergic symptoms.

Seasonal & Perennial Triggers


Seasonal Triggers:

  • Grass pollen
  • Tree pollen
Perennial Triggers:
  • Dust Dust Mites (living in and feeding on house dust)
  • Pet Dander Food (Cow’s Milk, Hen Eggs, Wheat, Soya, Seafood, Fruit and Nuts)
  • Weather – Cold or Humid air Cockroach Droppings

Complications of Allergoc Rhinitis


Recurrent allergic symptoms lead to decreased quality of life, decreased appetite, reduction in body weight, and poor concentration. Allergies can also lead to ear infections resulting in decreased hearing.

How is allergic rhinitis diagnosed?


Doctor at AIS Clinic will take your detailed history, including your lifestyle and work – home environment. You will be asked about your symptoms in detail like your daily dietary habits, past medical illnesses etc.


This enables us to establish the cause of your symptoms. In certain cases you will be referred to undergo certain allergy blood tests and skin testing for allergy.

Homeopathic Treatment for Allergic Rhinitis



The best way to reduce your allergic rhinitis is to stay aloof from the known triggers. Allergic rhinitis can get annoying and makes life miserable. Studies have confirmed that people with chronic allergic rhinitis are less productive and regular symptoms lead to frequent absenteeism at work.

A permanent respite!


Homeopathy has emerged as a dominant option for treating allergic rhinitis. The homeopathic medicines are safe and have no adverse effects on the human system. Homeopathic treatment utilizes small doses of medicinal substances in order to prevent and treat the hypersensitive state. The medication reduces the hypersensitivity to the allergens by restoring body’s immune system.


Homeopathy permanently re-programs the immune system and makes you less likely to react to the triggers, aiming to prevent an allergy attack. Several randomized and clinical studies have shown that Homeopathy is an extremely effective and safe treatment for allergic rhinitis, asthma and sinusitis without any side effects.


At AIS Clinic, we have treated several cases of allergic rhinitis using our proven allergy protocol. Large number of cases has experienced reduction of their symptoms in just three to five months. Patients have reported a significant decline in severity of symptoms, frequency of episodes and improved quality of life.

Self-Help for Allergic Rhinitis

Some simple things you can do to prevent allergies are:

  • Dust proof your home
  • Vacuum often
  • Avoid pets with fur and feathers
  •  Avoid moist areas at home
  • Reduce the number of house plants
  • Avoid hanging clothes outdoors to dry. Pollen sticks to towels and sheets
  • Add special HEPA air filters to air conditioners
  • Avoid exposure to air pollution and tobacco smoke
  • Early exposure to good probiotic bacteria in the infant diet
  • Consume plenty of vitamins C, E, and omega-3 polyunsaturated oils

Nasal saline spray helps if you have stuffy nose. Nasal spray is available at pharmacies over-the-counter and does not need a prescription.

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