Allergic rhinitis symptoms?

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Allergic rhinitis, also known as allergic rhinitis, is a common disease in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, which belongs to the category of "rhinorrhea" in traditional Chinese medicine. Its incidence is related to a variety of factors, and the prevalence rate continues to rise, which can cause multiple system complications; The main way is to control symptoms, reduce recurrence and prevent complications; Pay attention to nursing, avoid incentives, and achieved satisfactory clinical efficacy? Let's talk about it.

Allergic rhinitis symptoms?

1) Through the opening of the paranasal sinus to spread to the paranasal sinuses to form sinusitis: because the nasal mucosa and the paranasal sinus mucosa are continuous, intranasal lesions can affect the paranasal sinuses. Due to the edema of the sinus mucosa, the secretions in the sinuses accumulate, and there will be symptoms such as depression, fatigue, dizziness, headache, memory loss, nasal congestion, runny nose, etc.

2) Long term edema of nasal mucosa will cause nasal polyps: a typical sign of rhinitis is nasal mucosal edema. Long term edema of nasal mucosa will cause nasal polyps, causing severe dyspnea, loss of smell, headache, etc. when the growth of nasal polyps is too large, the external nose will be deformed and become a frog nose.

3), to the bronchi spread to form bronchial asthma: the incidence rate of asthma in rhinitis patients is 20% - 40%, which is much higher than that of the ordinary people 2% - 5%. Asthma mainly occurs in the small bronchi of the lung. The lung and the nose are important parts of the respiratory tract. They are interlinked. The bacteria in the nose can easily enter the lung and cause asthma, resulting in dyspnea, cough and asthma, hypoxia, emphysema, pneumothorax, respiratory failure and heart failure. This complication often occurs in children.

matters needing attention

1. In the diagnosis of allergic rhinitis or asthma, the upper and lower respiratory tract should be examined and evaluated at the same time. For example, in the diagnosis of allergic rhinitis, attention should be paid to whether there is airway hyperresponsiveness and asthma. 2. In the diagnosis of asthma, we should pay attention to the history of allergic rhinitis.