hay fever and rhinitis

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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby Sally on Thu Jul 07, 2011 2:13 pm

Thank you williamsmummy - I'll speak to my GP next time I'm in the surgery.
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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby Jayess on Mon May 07, 2012 1:52 am

According to available statistics, Helminthic Therapy works in about 80% of cases, and it can be very effective against chronic rhinitis, as I have found myself:

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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby Jayess on Wed May 22, 2013 5:11 pm

I've just noticed that the link I gave above to my account of how helminthic therapy has completely resolved my nasal allergies is no longer working, so here's another link to it:

http://www.foodsmatter.com/asthma_respi ... worms.html
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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby MartinOOO on Mon Aug 05, 2013 1:37 pm

My son has chronic allergic rhinitis that is either caused by pollen in the spring/summer or dust for the rest of the year. The dust is not quite so bad since we took dust prevention measure throughout the house but that doesn't help when we are outside of our own environment. He has been using a nasal barrier by sinubalm which allegedly traps dust etc. and it has helped considerably. Very simple but effective solution to a diffciult to sort out problem.
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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby adamoariel on Thu Oct 03, 2013 3:16 pm

Yes the key is air, I have recently tried the Salt Cave and had great results after just a few visits, my wheezing has got a lot better and I can breathe much easier. it should work with rhinitis too. They are in London and Tunbridge wells as far as I know and treats kids too. It is like a salt chamber you just sit and relax there and they use a machine that mimics a natural salt cave. definitely recommended as a drug-free alternative!
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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby johnstyle on Fri Nov 29, 2013 11:38 am

This is due to less nutrional food and eat food not at time. These type of fever is not easy to control, you should immediately see to the doctor.
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Re: Chronic Rhinitis

Postby tipsdotme on Mon Feb 24, 2014 2:24 pm

Hi Cassie,

Here's a bunch of general hay fever tips -

... and it might be worth looking into Sublingual immunotherapy, although it seems only to be available "in a small number of specialist centres" in the UK. I'm sure I remember seeing a piece on BBC news about this recently, but I can't seem to dig up a reference to it.
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