ALLERGIC RHINITIS Natural Treatments and Remedies

Allergic Rhinitis is most common allergic disease. Let's see below natural cures, as well as the causes and official therapies.

Can be present in about 30% of people with atopic dermatitis and in half of patients with asthma. It affects more than 20% of the population. May depend on an allergy to pollen and in this case it will have a predominantly seasonal trend (spring, early summer).  Can be linked to a sensitivity to molds and in this case will manifest itself mainly in autumn and early winter. If it depends on an allergy to mites, animal dandruff, it will be constantly present throughout the year. Natural remedies for allergic rhinitis can be used to solve.

Sometimes it come before onset of asthma by a few years; in other cases it may appear later. Seasonal forms present with sneezing, nasal discharge, lacrimation and itching. In perennial forms these symptoms are more nuanced and nasal obstruction prevails. These symptoms can be more or less severe and, especially in perennial forms, can be associated with an impairment of quality life. People with a stuffy nose, in fact, may have sleep disorders with repeated nocturnal micro-awakenings and, therefore, during the day may complain of drowsiness, concentration and learning difficulties. Such ailments can be eliminated with a natural therapy for allergic rhinitis.

Allergic rhinitis is caused by an IgE-mediated hypersensitivity reaction, caused by aeroallergens in most cases. Mast cell activation occurs, which causes massive release from them of biochemical mediators (histamine, leukotrienes, PAF, SRS-A).

Official treatment includes antihistamines and corticosteroid drugs which represent a cure for inflammation, counteracting these mediators, once they are put into circulation by mast cells. In many cases, these drugs become insufficient, especially over time.

But natural cures for allergic rhinitis are possible thanks to the action of phytotherapeutic products like Calendula Officinalis and Rhodiola rosea which have anti-inflammatory, disinfectant, activity against free radicals, normalizing microcirculation and along with natural organic products, like flavoproteins and other coenzymes (NAD and NADP), they contribute in an effective and harmless way to restoration of mast cell metabolism and, therefore, to a gradual disappearance of allergic rhinitis.