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Runny Nose After Exercise
I am experiencing runny nose, difficulty breathing (worsened by: after exercise) (quality: slow o...
This is a symptomatic disorder of the nose characterized by inflamed nasal mucosa. Groupings of rhinitis exist triggered by infection, allergy, non-allergic triggers/exposure, meds, immune disorder, and/or structural problems in the nose. Symptoms can include itching, sneezing, congestion, watery/mucoid drainage, post-nasal drainage with sore throat, ear ...Read more
I have a runny nose for over a year now it is more prominent while I do some exercise and in the morning?
I develop a runny nose when I run and it persists throughout my exercise. It's more frequent in winter. Is there medication to prevent drainage?
Rhinitis, is not uncommon, and affects some individuals who may be suffering as well from other forms of nasal problems, or not at all; at any rate try some OTC nasal steroid sprays before exercise, check with an allergist/immunologist for better evaluation (see aaaai. Org or acaai. Org) and see link below for more info, good luck
https://www. Verywell. Com/exercise-induced-rhinitis-1191916 ...Read more
Son is 14 Y.O does not exercise and is skinny but not too skinny. He has the flu with soar throat and runny nose. His bpm ranges from 110-120. normal?
Sounds okay: You mean blood pressure, right? I glad he has a mom who can help him be comfortable during this illness. Not all teens want to exercise. Perhaps he will change his mind, or is why about starting. One great gift you could give him is family fitness -- everybody runs or does something else athletic together. My best fitness buddy as a teen was Dad. Best wishes. ...Read more
Rest and fluids: Sounds sick. I don't know the age of the child, but in general kids get sick. If the child is generally healthy, just rest, drink fluids and blow nose. If child gets a fever (over 101') then call the pediatrician. Also call the child's dr. If kid becomes very lethargic or if you are worried. With kids we err on the side of safety. ...Read more
Ipratroprium spray: The best way to stop a nose that is producing clear, thin, watery secretions is ipratroprium bromide, a generic nasal spray. The 0.03% strength works well for the drippy nose from eating, cold air, or exercise, and the 0.06% works better for the runny nose associated with a cold. Ask your doctor for a prescription for it, if s/he thinks it's appropriate for your situation. ...Read more
Baby runny nose: A runny nose in an infant is typically infectious related. Most viruses will run their course in under 2 weeks. Persistent runny nose should be evaluated by a physician. Allergies are possible at this age but are relatively uncommon. Infants can develop allergy to dust mites, cat or dog if the exposures are present in their environment. Outside allergies appear later, commonly after age 2. ...Read more
Runny nose: It depends on the cause. For runny nose associated with allergy, then nasal steroids, nasal antihistamines and oral antihistamines work well. If you have non-allergic runny nose (often elderly people get this with eating) then a nasal spray called atrovent works best! If over the counter meds don't help, see your doctor. ...Read more
It won't hurt her: When landing, make sure she drinks during the descent so that her eustacian tube can clear and lessens her possiblilty of ear pain. ...Read more
It depends: If her nose has been running just for a few days, you may try nasal rinsing with saline. If she has had a runny nose for a long time and without fever, she may have allergies. Again, saline rinse would be helpful, but that you can try an otc antihistamine such as Cetirizine (zyrtec) syrup 1cc. If the runny nose continues, or requires daily medicine, see y our pediatrician or pediatric allergist. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Best to first find out the cause of a runny nose. Some people have a runny nose because of allergies, some because of vasomotor rhinitis, others because they have obstruction or blockage in their nose and most commonly viruses. Seeing an allergist can help you. You can try just saline rinsing your nose to help keep it clean of irritants. Saline has shown to be helpful. ...Read more
Not uncommon: This is not uncommon as a symptom of teething, but it is also possible to have both a little cold and teething happing at same time. Cold teething ring can help. If symptoms persist or worsen, I would check in with your family physician or pediatrician. Make sure to get seen for all well baby checks and vaccinate as recommended. ...Read more
How long?: If it is a chronic problem, there are many potential causes but hay fever being the most common. Sometimes the nose may start running after reduction of the nasal congestion. Claritin may dry up the nose but does nothing for decongestion. Claritin-d may be a better bet although it may also keep you awake at night. See an allergist if this problem continues. ...Read more
Many causes: Have you seen a doctor regarding these issues? Has Claritin (loratadine) or actifed helped? There are many potential diagnoses (allergic rhinitis. Vasomotor rhinitis, skier's nose, gustatory rhinitis, and even cerebral spinal fluid leak from a head injury. See an allergist who may be able to help you. ...Read more
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
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