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There are natural treatments that have proven to be effective in the fight against allergies. Many herbal treatments have been used to alleviate allergy symptoms, and nutritional supplements can help neutralize the bodys reaction to allergens. There are also some lifestyle changes than can help fight allergies. These treatments are often as effective as prescription allergy medication, and in some cases they end up working better.
Hay fever, also referred to by its scientific name allergic rhinitis, is caused by an allergic response to certain substances in the environment. The symptoms of hay fever can cause much discomfort and be extremely irritating â€“ a runny nose, sneezing fits, painful red eyes or congestion â€“ and are bound to make any hay fever sufferer miserable! Some people with this condition refuse to even venture outside during peak periods.
Sinusitis is a condition which describes inflammation of the lining of the sinus passages caused by bacteria. Your sinuses refers to the air chambers in the bone behind your eyebrows, cheeks and jaw. Normally, mucous cleans the bacteria and other particles that collects in the sinuses. With the help of tiny hairs called cilia, mucous is moved out of sinuses so that it can drain into the nasal passages. However, when you have a cold or allergy attack, your sinuses become inflamed or infected and drainage cannot occur.
Most people have had the experience of feeling short of breath after some intense physical exertion. Your chest may feel tight and it may feel like you just canâ€™t get enough air in. reathing may seem very difficult or laborious, and in some cases, you may even have some chest pain.
Rhinitis is a medical condition that describes inflammation of the nose. Inflammation occurs as a result of the production of large amounts of mucous caused by bacteria, viruses and irritants such as airborne allergens, dust and debris. These irritants trigger the release of histamine.
Pneumonia is described as inflammation or infection of the lungs caused by various microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites. The lungs have a number of tiny air sacs that fill with mucus, liquids and pus and have difficulty functioning properly. Very often pneumonia follows a cold or flu but may also occur on its own or as a result of underlying diseases. If left untreated, pneumonia can lead to more serious health problems.
Congestion is also referred to as a stuffy nose, nasal obstruction or nasal blockage. This condition causes blockage of the nasal passages when the lining of the membranes in the nose become swollen and inflamed.
Emphysema is a long-term and progressive respiratory disease that causes shortness of breath and difficulty breathing. Damage to the small air sacs and airways within the lungs causes the lungs to lose elasticity, making it impossible to completely exhale air.
Dyspnea is the medical term used to describe sensation of breathlessness, inadequate or difficult breathing. Being short of breath is something most of us have experienced after intense physical exertion, but when this sensation is disproportionate to levels of physical activity, it is generally a symptom of another medical condition.
Although it may not seem like it, a cough is a protective action by the body in healthy individuals. It is an involuntary reflex initiated by two classes of nerves with endings in the lungs. Coughing is an action the body takes to get rid of substances irritating the air passages, and a cough is usually started to clear a build-up of phlegm (mucus) in the trachea. When a person coughs, air may move through this passage at up to 300 MPH.
Asthma is a chronic condition that affects an overwhelming 20 million Americans. Furthermore, statistics reveal that asthma affects approximately 1 in 10 children in the United States, making it the most common chronic childhood disease to date. During an asthma attack, the lungâ€™s airways (bronchioles) become inflamed, contract and become lined with excessive amounts of mucousâ€”causing a restriction of airflow and making it very difficult to breathe.