Rhinitis, also known as coryza, is irritation and tenderness of the mucous membrane in the nose. Common signs and symptoms are a runny nose, sneezing, stuffy nose, and post-nasal drip. The most common type of rhinitis is allergic rhinitis, which is regularly activated by airborne allergens such as pollen and dander. Allergic rhinitis may produce other symptoms, such as sneezing and nasal itching, headache, coughing, malaise, fatigue, and perceptive impairment. The allergens may also affect the eyes, causing reddened or itchy eyes, watery and puffiness nearby eyes. The inflammation is caused due to degranulation of mast cells in the nose. When mast cells degranulate, they release histamine and other chemicals, starting an inflammatory process that can generate indications outside the nose, such as fatigue and malaise.
Contagious Rhinitis or Rhino sinusitis can be treated by vaccinations while antipathetic rhinitis can be treated by intranasal corticosteroids and antihistamines.
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