Some people say humanely that they think children s allergic rhinitis will grow up automatically when they grow up. In this case, why should they be treated, both cost money and waste time! So is this really the case?
Clinically, some people do suffer from allergic rhinitis in early childhood. After puberty, the annoying allergic rhinitis actually heals without medicine and appears to be “broken root”. However, this situation is very rare. This may be because the external living environment of children with allergies has changed, or the children s internal immunity has increased with age, or because of some unknown reasons, but that is only a very small number of cases In exceptional cases, patients with allergic rhinitis cannot expect to be one of those lucky special cases.
For the majority of children with allergic rhinitis, if you want to make allergic rhinitis disappear gradually during the growth process, the most important prerequisite is to control the current allergic rhinitis properly, including controlling the environment. Allergens, and receiving proper treatment. Allergic rhinitis does not go away on its own.
If the nasal mucosa is exposed to allergens all the time, the result will be repeated attacks of allergic rhinitis, and the nasal mucosa will always be in the inflammatory state of repeated injuries. Over time, it will become a pathological irreversible change. At this time, if you still expect long Allergic rhinitis can be cured without medicine after the age, which is almost a nightmare.
With modern medical standards, effective treatment of allergic rhinitis is possible, but the correct method is needed. Therefore, the most important thing for allergic rhinitis is to increase attention and timely treatment.
First-generation antihistamines such as chlorpheniramine and diphenhydramine were gradually discontinued in clinical practice due to shortcomings such as drowsiness. At present, glucocorticoids are more commonly used: usually budesonide, fluticasone, mometasone furoate, and the like are used. The use of drugs should be prescribed by your doctor.
Brine rinsing with saline can remove allergens accumulated in the nasal cavity and reduce the irritation of the nasal cavity by allergens, thereby eliminating allergic rhinitis. Use Zebik Nasal Wash, 1-2 times a day for a week.
Specific immunotherapy is also called desensitization therapy, and the effect on pollen and dust mite-induced intermittent allergic rhinitis is relatively positive, with a total effective rate of more than 80%. Although specific immunotherapy cannot completely cure allergic rhinitis, it can significantly improve the Symptoms of allergic rhinitis and prevent the occurrence of asthma.
Application The application of plasma cryoablation system under nasal endoscope uses anterior ethmoidal nerve block to reduce the excitability of parasympathetic nerves, and simultaneously block the pterygoidal nerve and anterior ethmoidal nerve in the nasal cavity. Short treatment time, suitable for inhaled allergic rhinitis.