The most important allergens that can lead to an allergic cold are pollens, house dust mites, mold fungi and animal hair. It occurs frequently, usually at the age of 5-20 years, and affects an average of a quarter of society.
It is typical for complaints to occur with allergen exposure. This condition is especially noticeable in those who are allergic to pollen. Pollen allergy is also called ‘hay fever’ because it causes complaints during the spring and summer period when pollen is in the air a lot. Other allergens can often cause complaints that last all year. For the diagnosis of an allergic cold, it is necessary to evaluate the allergy test together with the examination of the patient.
The treatment takes shape in 3 stages:
1) Protection from the responsible allergen,
2) Treatment with drugs,
3) Vaccine treatment. Drug and vaccine treatment may vary from patient to patient according to the severity of the disease, examination and allergy test results.
What is the inflammation of the tonsils and nasal flesh
Tonsils (Tonsil) are encapsulated lymphatic system tissues located on both sides of the throat.
Tonsils become a source of chronic infection due to bacteria that settle in the crypts they contain, and repeated acute tonsillitis can occur in cases where body resistance decreases.
At the same time, as a result of repeated infections, they can grow with an increase in lymph tissues, causing complaints such as snoring, blockage in sleep and stopping breathing (apnea).
The Adenoid (Adenoid) is located on the ceiling of the nasal region behind the nose. It has no capsule, no crypt.
Complaints such as nasal congestion, snoring, obstruction in sleep (apnea) can be monitored by the way that the nasal flesh grows and closes the holes through which the nose opens to the nasal passage at the back.