Allergic Rhinitis

Rhinitis is an inflammation in the internal membranes of the nose, which results in the excess discharge of mucus, giving rise to running nose. When an allergen (a harmless substance causing allergy) enters the body through the inhaled air, the membranes in the nose release extra mucus as a response to the allergens. Thus, Allergic Rhinitis is an allergic response to specific allergens.

 What are the causes of Allergic Rhinitis?
Common causes of Allergic Rhinitis include:

  • Pollen.
  • Dust.
  • Animal Dander.
  • Mold.
  • Air Pollution.
  • Smoke.


  • Sneezing.
  • Running nose that cause itchiness.
  • Sore, scratchy throat.
  • Frequent headache.
  • Excessive Fatigue.

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