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- Allergic rhinitis is commonly known as hay fever.
- Common symptoms include sneezing, stuffy nose, watery eyes, and a sore, scratchy throat.
- Possible triggers include grass, pollen, dust mites, cockroaches, cigarette smoke, and perfume.
An allergen is a normally harmless substance that causes an allergic reaction.
Allergic rhinitis, or hay fever, is an allergic response to specific allergens. Pollen is the most common allergen.
1) recurrent sneezing
2) running nose
3) blocked nose
4) itching in nose
5) recurrent coughing
6) pricky or sore throat
7) itching in eyes
8) watery eyes
9) under eye circles
10) frequent headaches
When your body comes into contact with an allergen, it releases histamine, which is a natural chemical that defends your body from the allergen.
This chemical causes allergic rhinitis and its symptoms, including a runny nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes.
In addition to pollen, other common causes include:
3) animal dander, cat
My mother is suffering from pulmonary embolism and she is having multiple clots f 2.5 cm each in size and she also has hepatitis B.Doctors gave her heparin for 6 days and she is under medication now. Is there any treatment that can be given for this as permanent cure? Doctors did not subscribe any medicine for hepatitis b.how that can be controlled.
Dear Dr. My sperm is very light its not h white n not a thick. I dnt masturbate. I dnt drink/smoke. I eat non. Veg only 2 days in a month my sperm comes out at any time anywhere if I sleep. Stand,sit or do any work. What to do sir/mam? please tell. Any tab, test,home remedies.
Dear doctor, I want to ask about the sex stamina. Is there any medicine for increasing sex stamina effectively. Thanx.
Hi, 19 year old girl has taken I pill (after) intercourse on 22nd around 18: 00 hours and had sex again on 24th at morning 5 o clock. Does she need to take any I-pill or other emergency contraceptive medicine, or will the earlier one will work since last intercourse took place within 36 hours of the I pill taken. Please suggest.
Mujhe teen mahine pahle ek din subah balgam me khoon aaya tha aur gla chil gya tha khane pine me koi pareshani nahi hoti muh kholne par kan ko joint me dard mahsus hota tha maine Alchemist me Dr. Ko dikhaya unse hi dawai bhi le raha hu kan ke joint pain to thik ho gaya ek hafte bad par mujhe ab bhi ye lagta hai ki jaise gale me kuch atka huaa hai khasne ke bad bulgam aata hai ek dam gala saf ho jata hai 15 minut me fir aise hi hota hai or ajib se gandh aati hai jaise ki chasni ya ots ki khushubu din me kai bar aisa hota hai kabhi rat ko bhi jyada time par ye hota hai jaise dudh me jyda chini dalne par jo khusbu aati ha us trah ki or pet bhi badh gya hai pahle ke mukable aur resha bana rahta hai.
Are you aware of the function of appetite hormones in your body? Appetite hormones or hunger hormones are the hormones which are responsible for making you feel hungry, and also account for a decreased appetite, which is common for all of us at times.
Leptin and Ghrelin are the two primary appetite hormones, which are produced in your body.
Ghrelin is your body’s appetite increasing hormone, which gets released in the stomach. It is responsible for signaling hunger to your brain. It is said that the ghrelin levels in your body play an important role in how quickly you feel hungry after having a meal. Usually, the ghrelin levels increase before you eat. This signifies that you are hungry. They go down for almost three hours after your meal. It is believed that ghrelin plays a more important role in the regulation of your body weight, which is a much more complex procedure.
Among the two appetite hormones, leptin accounts for being the appetite suppressing hormone. It is considered to play a more important role than ghrelin in maintaining the energy balance of your body. It is also believed that leptin is responsible for the regulation of ghrelin. Leptin helps in signaling the brain that your body has enough energy in the form of body fat. It is considered that the more fat you have, the more amount of leptin is present in your blood. However, the level varies based on factors such as when you took your last meal, and your sleeping patterns.
How to control your hunger hormones?
There are certain ways by which you can control your appetite hormones. It can be done primarily by avoiding food items that contain high fat. When you eat, messages are transmitted to several parts of your body, indicating that you have had enough. While consuming fatty food, this system does not send messages as effectively. Consuming fat makes you consume more calories, which in turn lets you store fat and gain fat.
It has been proven that either a diet which is rich in good carbohydrates or a diet which is high in protein, suppresses your ghrelin production more effectively than a high fat diet. It is important for you to get proper sleep for controlling your appetite hormones. Studies prove that sleep deprivation is associated with an increase in your ghrelin levels, appetite, and hunger, compared to people who get 10 hours sleep on a regular basis.