Asthma links to Allergic and Non-Allergic Rhinitis

Posted by Dr. James Liu on

asthma nasal allergy rhinitis
A number of clinical studies have reported that both allergic and non-allergic rhinitis are highly linked with asthma attack (Asthma flare up).

 Allergic rhinittis

Allergic rhinitis and positive allergy skin tests are significant risk factors for developing new asthma. Individuals  with either of these diagnoses are about three times more likely to develop asthma than these who have the negative allergy test. It is suggested that all asthmatic patients have an allergy evaluation to identify and possibly remove  asthma trigger sources.trailer movie J. Cole: 4 Your Eyez Only 2017

Non-Allergic Rhinitis

Patients of non-allergic rhinitis with persistent and severe  nasal symptoms and a personal history of physician-confirmed sinusitis are at high risk of asthma development.  Non-allergic  rhinitis largely caused by common viruses, such as rhinovirus, the most viruses to cause the common cold.

Performing Nasal Irrigation with NasalCare

To reduce asthma development, you need to treat allergic and  non-allergic rhinitis by performing an effective nasal cleansing. NasalCare Nasal Irrigation System won the best New Product Award for Cough, Cold and Allergy.  Using NasalCare three times a day also clinically proven to shorten the duration of the common cold by an average of 4.5 days. The choice is very clear.

The post Asthma links to Allergic and Non-Allergic Rhinitis appeared first on Dr Natural Healing.

Older Post Newer Post


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published