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Asthma Post Nasal Drip

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Allergies can lead to bad breath, halitosis

Allergies can lead to bad breath, halitosis Nasal allergies can induce excess mucus production in the nose and sinus cavities, primary to post-nasal drip. As nasal discharge slides down the back of the throat, it can give oral bacteria a place to multiply, unequalled to rank bad breath. - Sinusitis.

The causes and cures for mold in your home

Symptoms can file: sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, cough and postnasal drip, itchy eyes, nose and throat, and soggy eyes. With a mold allergy, symptoms generally worsen with each disclosure. Asthma symptoms can be triggered by exposure to mold spores

Hayfever and asthma suffers in Donegal bracing themselves ahead of summer

Thoughts of the summer months usually fill people with bliss but this is not the case for the 15,894 Donegal asthmatics who also suffer from hayfever.

Instead, their summer is spent bracing themselves for irritating hayfever symptoms which often cause their asthma to flare-up and can even escalate into serious asthma attacks.

The Asthma Society of Ireland has once again teamed up with Dyson Ireland & GSK to launch its Pollen Tracker on asthma.ie .

The tracker provides an update of pollen levels across the four provinces each day, and a predictor of the pollen levels for the following day, making it a daily must-see to manage hayfever and asthma throughout the summer.

What is Hayfever?
When you have an allergy, your body reacts when you come in contact with a particular allergen or trigger.

For people with hayfever or rhinitis, when they breathe in these allergens, their body has an immune response in the lining of the nose. This causes the nasal passages to become swollen and inflamed.

Asthma Vs. Post Nasal drip in children?

My 7 year old daughter has always had a terrible cough with viruses (starting from about age 2). She has never wheezed to my knowledge and we've always treated her for asthma as instructed by her Dr's. She has had wheeze and low oxygen when she had a


Hi, I have severe sinitus where i get sinus infections regularly and i also have fragile asthma and i struggle just as much as your daughter seems to when i get a virus... The only way to tell if her meds are actually doing anything is to wait as with


Hi, I have severe sinitus where i get sinus infections regularly and i also have fragile asthma and i struggle just as much as your daughter seems to when i get a virus... The only way to tell if her meds are actually doing anything is to wait as with

Sleep Apnea, Post Nasal Drip, Asthma, Gurd, Acid Reflux in 1 year old?

My son has been snoring scince he was born. Lately he has been waking up SCREAMING in the middle of the night uncontrolably then end up finally calming himself down after a few. His nose has been really runny due to teething. At first I thought that maybe


Take him to the hospital right away. Waking up blue suggests he might have had a prolonged apnea spell or had an otherwise extremely serious breathing issue while sleeping.

To be blunt, you're lucky he woke up screaming. If he hadn't, he


If its a breathing problem, firstly, I would go to the hospital. Anything wrong with a baby is a priority case and would be accepted in A&E. If you really can't do that then...

Go into the bathroom, with a shower. Turn the shower to


i agree with peter, something as serious as skin discoloration is PRIORITY hospital trip. take care of that first, then come back to the 'net, we'll talk.