types of rhinallergies, intermittent nasal mucosa sensitivity, nasal
obstruction, frequent sneezing, increasing of nasal secretion and rich
types of rhinitis:
Acute rhinitis which is caused by the common cold. At first the
pituitary membrane is dry, then oedema, secretions in the nose become
watery. There is incessant sneezing. Later secretions turn sticky.
Pituitary membrane will return to normal until recovery period. Chronic rhinitis where there is intermittent rhinocleisis. The
condition is eased after exercises or inhaling fresh air. After heavy
work or drinking alcohol, rhinocleisis becomes serious. Sometimes there
is headache, sniveling, sticky semi-permeable mucous.
Chronic hypertrophic rhinitis is mainly developed from chronic
rhinitis. It can further develop into hypertophic rhinitis. The lower
part of the membrane and the nasal bone becomes hypertrophic. Atrophic
rhinitis is a very slow-developed commonplace disease in the nose.
The symptoms are that the pituitary membrane, nasal septum becomes
atrophic. A scab is formed in the nose which causes the disease. It is
frequent in females. Allergic
rhinitis and rhinitis (hypersensitive) is very commonplace.
Rhinoceisis and sneezing are the common symptoms. There are few cases
when the eyes and the throat itch. In the morning, there may be
headache, throat itching, difficulty in hearing, tear, fear of light,
measles, bronchial asthma, migraines, etc. Chronic rhinitis Caseisa is
the first stage includes rhinocleisis in one nasal. The other nasal is
also affected when comes the second stage. The patient also feels mild
headache, increased mucous which has a foul smell. The final stage makes
the patient feel dizzy, have headache, insomnia and loss of good health.