Allergic rhinitis can be seasonal or perennial
Seasonal rhinitis is caused by the presence of plant pollen in the outside air. Flowering plants are responsible for pollen and the symptoms it causes. The predominant seasonal antigens are three pollen (February - April), grass pollen (April - August) and small pollen (September - October). Flowers are generally not the culprit because they are pollinated by insects such as bees.
Perennial rhinitis is caused by allergens that are present in the air all year round. Examples of such allergens are mites, molds, animal hair and grass pollen in years without frost winter.
Typical symptoms of allergic rhinitis include watery, itchy eyes, sneezing, runny nose, itchy nose, constipation, drip after the nose, headache, dry cough, ear sensation and buzzing, decreased sense of smell, taste and fatigue. Many people believe that their symptoms are caused by "sinus problems" or a "cold". Infections and colds in the sinuses are associated with fever and yellow to green mucous membranes, while allergic rhinitis is associated with clear mucous membranes and recurs all year round. Other discoveries we could see are dark circles under the eyes, which are called allergic shine, and a crease on the tip of the nose due to chronic nasal friction. Common complications with untreated allergic rhinitis are sinusitis, nasal polyps and otitis media. People with this disease also tend to have bad breath due to post-nasal gout.
Allergic rhinitis responds to medical treatments and injections for allergies. The most commonly used drugs include antihistamines, decongestants and steroid sprays.
Effective ways to combat allergic rhinitis are:
- Avoid allergens
- Allergy shots
Successful homeopathic healing for a patient with an allergic constitution
Case: A 32-year-old single man who has had food allergies for about 25 years was visited by the author. All of his family members suffered from the same symptoms. Prolonged hives and itching were the first symptoms he experienced in the first grade of elementary school. Whenever he ate the following foods and fruits, beehives appeared; Melon, watermelon, melon, grapes, pineapple and fish. Oral antihistamines were prescribed after visiting a general practitioner. The symptoms improved with oral antihistamines and blisters, but he developed allergic rhinitis in all of the foods listed except fish and pineapple. So the itching as a superficial symptom was eliminated, but a deeper and more disturbing symptom appeared, namely an allergic rhinitis.
When the patient entered high school, other deeper symptoms appeared; Hypothyroidism and general cramps. He was treated for the two new diseases and started taking thyroxine for his thyroid dysfunction and sodium valproate for seizures and depression when he was taking fluoxetine. A simple food allergy had become a complicated and risky condition due to ignorance and the suppression of a symptom of precious skin. Unfortunately, the most valuable symptoms were removed and psychiatric, neurological and hormonal disorders appeared as new symptoms.
A thorough case study was undertaken and all symptoms referred to as headings in homeopathy were identified and listed by the radar software. Appropriate means were prescribed for him. He should call me after two weeks. Because homeopathic remedies work from several minutes to a maximum of two weeks after ingestion.
The patient's symptoms improved significantly and after about two years he became a completely healthy and energetic person with a great desire to marry and start a new life with a woman he loved.
He is still in contact with the author and appears to be very happy with the therapeutic procedures he offers. He referred several patients to the author, who also received homeopathic treatments. The author also visited the patient's father.
Thus, classic homeopathy takes into account all the main symptoms in patients with chronic diseases and prescribes only one remedy at a time.
Conclusion: While food allergies are best treated in conventional medicine by avoiding foods that trigger an allergy, homeopathic remedies can cure these patients. According to research articles published in various medical journals, homeopathy has proven to be effective in curing patients with allergic diseases.