What are symptoms of allergic rhinitis?

Rhinitis. Runny, stuffy nose, sneezing spells, nasal congestion, post nasal discharge with clearing of throat, mouth breathing, snoring (?), pressure in sinus areas. Also itchy, watery or red eyes. Sinus infections, fulness and itching in the ears. Eyes, ears nose throat and lungs are all connected together. 20% of people with rhinitis have asthma. Poor sleep, tiredness and poor quality of life.

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What are the symptoms of allergic rhinitis?

Itching, sneeze etc. The most common symptoms of allergic rhinitis are nasal congestion/stuffiness, sneezing bouts, nasal itching, and runny nose (usually clear and watery). Frequently there is eye redness, itching and watering and feelings of fatigue. Symptoms may be intermittent, seasonal, many seasons, year-round or year round with seasonal flares. Symptoms may be mild to severe and affecting quality of life. Read more...
Sneezing & runny. Runny nose, sneezing spells, stuffy nose, and/or post-nasal drips are the common symptoms. They are often accompanied by itchy and watery eyes as well. If the post-nasal drips are severe, a cough may develop as well. Read more...
Nose runs, sneeze. Primarily it involves the nose - itch, run, sneeze, congestion. But often also involves eyes and neighboring palate, with an itch sensation that is hard to quell. More significant disease can trigger tiredness, fatigue, exhaustion, and lead to sinus infections, wheezing/asthma, ear infections, eustachian tube disfunction and lead to poor quality of life. This is where an allergist helps. Read more...