Simple allergic rhinitis home remedies | Home cures

If you are sneezing every single morning and you don't like going to the doctor, most probably we are suffering from the same condition which is allergic rhinitis - for the sneezing.. For the not going to the doctor thing, well, we are just the same (lol). Nothing special.  

For this post, I'll share some tips on how to treat our allergic rhinitis. Because like you, I was also searching for answers on what may have been causing this and was constantly trying to figure out what can solve or at the least make this condition of ours a little bit better. Suffering from it every single day - every morning is not that easy to handle really..

Allergic Rhinitis home remedies
Allergic Rhinitis home remedies


So, how many rolls of tissue have you already spent? I guess a lot. There was a time I nearly used a whole roll for just a single morning. How costly too right?! Well, I have known people.. wealthy people who also have them and got medical prescriptions temporarily treating the allergy. Well, since it is an allergy, medicine still currently can't cure them away permanently but may treat them in a way for the reactions to a minimal level. And since I am inclined to natural healing and self-proclaimed thrifty (haha), let's start the list from the least costly and most practical way of treating them to the suggested maintenance as per some doctors prescribed.


1. Clean your room or area where you sleep TO THE DUST


Window dust
Window dust

Allergic rhinitis is commonly triggered by dust, pollen, molds, common viruses, etc.. So make sure to check your environment on where your triggers are coming from.. And as per experience, dust can be the sneaky culprit. It's not that I don't clean my room but I tried cleaning my area intensely and you'll be surprised with its benefits. Check and wipe where dust lay and stack up. Make sure also to clean the areas where you seldom do your regular cleaning routine. It will not only make your room or area cleaner but it will lessen your sneezes significantly.

Honestly, at first, I did not make time for this (cleaning) as I did not believe that it plays a big factor. But now, I do appreciate it. The only deciding factor in making this happen is if you'll make time for this so you decide.


2. Drink plenty of water, sip your first cup of coffee OR have your breakfast early

Drink water
Drink water

Based on my experience with no medical evidence, my sneezing stops after doing the said actions. I am thinking that it affects clearing my semi-dried throat initially after waking up. It makes you busy as well in a way that it deviates your mind on sneezing which starts the beginning of the awful allergy reaction.


3. Improve your RESISTANCE


Multivitamins
Multivitamins

Most Filipinos I know (including me) don't really invest in body resistance even though we know prevention is better than cure. We usually stop taking vitamins as we age unless we only need to due to the circumstances we are in. So if you can afford to buy your daily vitamins, if you can eat vegetables, if you can get adequate sleep, and if you can get your regular exercise, please do so. Don't take them for granted as they are an investment that will benefit you more than helping you with this condition.


4. Buy an AIR HUMIDIFIER


Air humidifiers
Air humidifiers

I actually bought an ultrasonic wave air humidifier for a different main reason which is to have a better sleep every night. The fog it creates adds quality to my sleeping therapy which helps me sleep easier and comfortable as it lowers the room temperature as well. Little did I know is that it also helps clean the air around increasing its quality through purifying it. Thus contributing to the factors that prevent us from reacting to this allergy badly.


5. Take your antihistamine DAILY

Antihistamines
Antihistamines

As this treatment may be the most effective way, it can be the most costly one from this list. Cetirizine is the one I usually buy when sneezing is uncontrollable or is already too much. When they are not treated properly, throats are at risk so I make sure to act as soon as I can. While taking it every single day can be the biggest struggle, its effect is fast and great. If you have the means, feel free to do so as they are prescribed by the doctors. 

Reminder: Our bodies react differently so I am just purely sharing what helps me with my current condition right now. If these tips help you in any way, Thank God they work. If they do not, then I suggest you look or ask for some expert advises or visit your family doctor for personal prescriptions.



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68 comments:

  1. Allergies are disgusting Kailangan talaga ng maraming bitamina sa katawan para iwas sakit.

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    1. Lalo na pag tumatanda Haha!

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    2. Troth sign of aging HAHAHAHAHA RAYUMA Attack na dis!

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  2. I have allergic rhinitis and taking apple cider vinegar also helps. Except for number 5, I'm doing all these tips.

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    1. Hmmm.. interesting, I'll research more about this apple cider. Is it the vinegar or the plain juice substance?

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  3. I used to sneeze every morning once out of bed although it went away. I think it's because I became more concerned about my lifestyle and changed my habits. I used to drink lemon water every morning and it went away.

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    1. I am hearing that recommendation for quite a while now too!

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  4. Air filters are the best thing for dust, that and cleaning often. I used to live in a super dusty house due to the age of the building and lack of ventilation. It set my partner's chest off really badly so we were literally cleaning the house every day until our landlord installed an air filter.

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  5. Allergic rhinitis sounds like it would be terrible to have to suffer with on an ongoing basis. I hope your advice helps a lot of people!

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    1. Helping me in many ways already. Hope it works for others though

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  6. I'd never heard of allergic rhinitis before! However, even without allergies some of this advice, like staying hydrated and getting rid of dust, make a huge difference!

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  7. My daughter has this problem and she has a dust allergy. So I try to clean thoroughly every day. She still sneezes a little, but not as much as before.

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    1. Yes. We did that too and you'll know when you need to clean up again when she starts sneezing badly again.

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  8. Oh dear! I'm glad all these are helping you with your allergies. Keep everywhere dust-free to prevent mites too.

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  9. Love your tips on home remedies for dealing with allergic Rhinitis. Personally I don't have these issues but Darcee wakes up sneezing or with issues from time to time so I am going to recommend her taking better vitamins and herbs to build up her immune system to see if that works!

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    1. Please do. An investment most people here take for granted of.

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  10. I suffer from rhinitis and a nasal rinse has helped me so much. I also removed all rugs from my house and wash curtains weekly to keep the dust under control.

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  11. These are great tips. Especially one with air humidifier. I need to get me one. My husband is struggling with allergies for very long.

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  12. I have problems with pressurize ears from sneezing a lot! I need to do something about that.

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  13. Though i have no allergic reaction with anything but my younger sister has allergic reaction to window dust,actually any kind of dust.These home remedies are really help her to sort out.Thanks for sharing!

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  15. This is very common to my brother. I even gifted him a new humidifier hoping his condition to improve. Thanks for the tips!

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  16. I'm so lucky not to have any allergies. Thank you for all the tips though, I don't like visiting doctors either.

    Laura
    https://pinkfrenzymissl.blogspot.com/

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  17. Antihistamines are what we frequently use in our house. My youngest has the worst allergies!

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  18. These tips are so helpful. Me and my kids have allergic rhinitis and sometimes my daughter's allergy becomes so severe that her nose always bleeds.

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    1. I read about that. You should do something about it. Would be hard for her if it continues.

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  19. Keeping your house clean from everything from the dust and improving your resistance are the most important, thanks for these tips.

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  20. Allergies affect many of us. And what is horrible that meds do not help at all. The natural remedies, more water during the day, more fresh and uncooked foods – these are the things that work much better.

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  21. The one thing I found the most tricky is dealing with molds in your vents. You have to have them cleaned out from time to time, or you will go crazy.

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    1. We don't have vents. Hehe.. But for those who have, they have to make sure then.

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  22. Glad to know these tips are helping you. Nice of you to share it. So true, dust has a way of making people without allergies too

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  23. Those are some great tips and sure helpful to those in need. Dust can be a hassle once it starts to accumulate and trigger sneezes.

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  24. thank you so much for sharing this i really need this to solve my problem with my rhinitis!

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  25. Try also to take vitamin C 500mg to 1000mg a day. Even though you're taking multivitamins already.

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  26. Nothing is more annoying having this. You have to deal with all the coughing and sneezing every morning. These are great remedies you have suggested.

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    1. True. Hopefully this helps some people even in the least ways possible.

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  27. I also have allergic rhinitis, I do most of these tips whenever I can. But i haven't tried air humidifier, it's nice to know more tips on how to prevent allergic rhinitis.

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  28. whoah this weblog is great i like studying your articles.
    Keep up the great work! You understand, lots of individuals are searching
    round for this info, you could help them greatly.

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  29. A humidifier does come in handy. I'm always looking for ways to improve the air in our home.

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    1. It helped me in someway. Not drastically but my condition improved a bit.

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  30. I love that you're thinking about home remedies here. I'm going to be able to put a lot of this into practice!

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  31. These are amazing tips! I love using home remedies instead of drugs :)

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  32. I am suffering with this allergic reaction since last two years. But still it is increasing. I am using vaccume cleaner. Antihistamines. But Every 3rd or 4th day gets wasted because of such intense allergy. My study is being affected at great extent.
    I am preparing for upsc but don't know how I will be able to do this if this keeps triggering me like this.
    I am too worried.
    If you can help me then please help.

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    1. Actually, I discovered some of these treatments because my condition was so bad for a week then. The doctor said it might be polyps in my nose. better consult a doctor as well.

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  33. Great reminder to have an air humidifier.

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