Allergic rhinitis

It is considered one of the most common nasal problems, and it is not a disease in the true sense, but rather a group of symptoms resulting from exposure to something provocative in the surrounding environment, such as dust, smoke, strong odors, or domestic animals or birds. This exposure results in a set of symptoms, such as bouts of sneezing, a burning sensation in the nose and eyes, and a runny nose and stuffy nose. Treatment is to avoid allergens and take antihistamines. The persistence of allergies for long periods without treatment leads to sinusitis and the appearance of nasal polyps, which may need to be removed endoscopically under general anesthesia.