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Re: What can I do for allergies that get worse when I exercise?

Grg ·
How does allergic rhinitis differ from non allergic rhinitis.
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Re: What can I do for allergies that get worse when I exercise?

JR ·
Excellent question. There's more than one type of rhinitis (or nasal allergies). Allergic rhinitis is caused by an allergen (for example, pollen or dust). Non-allergic rhinitis is caused by other things like chemicals or a deviated septum (i.e. physical nose defect) to name a few.
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Re: What can I do for allergies that get worse when I exercise?

Compton ·
Welcome, @PUR-AYR Thanks for weighing in on the question. Here's where a diagnosis by a doctor based on testing will guide the response.
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Re: What can I do for allergies that get worse when I exercise?

Grg ·
Hmmmm. Soooo. The 2 types: allergic and non allergic, would cover rhinitis? Or is it more broad than that? Trying to avoid triggers for the fall season when my immune system is the weakest, could turn into a full time job. But I guess that is 'par for course' as I enter into this new world of survival due to allergies and asthma. 🙁 gps On Mon, Oct 25, 2021, 09:55 Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America < support@aafa.org> wrote:
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Re: What can I do for allergies that get worse when I exercise?

JR ·
@Grg , there are actually more than two types of rhinitis. There's: Allergic Non-allergic Seasonal-allergic Perennial-allergic Infectious Descriptions of each are here .
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Re: What can I do for allergies that get worse when I exercise?

Grg ·
Thx JR. That's enough homework to last me for a bit. Good luck to the person having difficulties exercising. ❤
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