Ksena Healthcare aims to reduce the impact of allergic reactions on patients’ daily life, and at the same time to relieve parents’ worries on their allergic children. By performing allergy test, allergic patients can stay away from the allergens that they are allergic to, and improve their sleeping quality by using anti-case encase bedding.
According to survey, about 25% allergic rhinitis patients are found
in Hong Kong. Allergic rhinitis is caused by inflammation of the lining
of the nose due to exposure to allergens It is an important risk factor
for the development of asthma in young children.
Allergic Rhinitis Symptoms
Symptoms include sneezing, itching, clear nasal discharge, post-nasal
drip and congestion. Many patients with allergic rhinitis also suffer
from allergy symptoms in their eyes.
Allergic Rhinitis Causes
Allergic rhinitis is most commonly caused by allergy to house dust
mites, animal dander, cockroaches, mold spores and pollens.
Environmental and industrial chemicals can also cause allergic rhinitis.
Besides allergies, other common causes include vasomotor rhinitis,
infection and medications.
Allergic Rhinitis treatment / Avoidance
Treatment of allergic rhinitis should first and foremost include
avoidance of the relevant allergens. This will involve modifying the
environment at home and at work. Nasal steroid spray is the most
effective medication for the prevention of rhinitis symptoms, whereas
acute symptoms should be treated with oral antihistamines. Long-term use
of over-the-counter decongestant sprays should be avoided. For
long-term management of moderate to severe allergic rhinitis, especially
if the patient fails to adequately respond to allergen avoidance and
medications, patients should consider undergoing desensitization
treatment to induce tolerance to the relevant allergens.
Reference information: http://www.allergic-rhinitis.com.hk/ It
is not intended as medical advice to any specific person. If you have
any need for personal advice or have any questions regarding your
health, please consult your doctorfor diagnosis and treatment.