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Rhinitis is the irritation of the membrane located in the nose. There are two types of rhinitis: allergic and nonallergic. Allergic rhinitis develops as a result of response to certain allergens, which provoke allergic reaction. According to the Healthline, the most common allergen is pollen. According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI), only in the USA approximately 8% of population experiences allergic rhinitis during their lifetime. The most effective way of treatment ofthe allergic rhinitis is preventing any contact with the allergens, which can cause the allergic response. The most common manifestations of an allergic rhinitis are sneezing and itching of the nose. Depending on how strong is the reaction to the allergens, the symptoms of allergic rhinitis vary. Other common allergens, which can provoke allergic reaction, are grass and dust, but they are much less common than pollen.
Non-allergic rhinitis is similar in its manifestations to allergic rhinitis, but in this case there is no allergen which provokes the reaction. A person can also feel congestion in the nose. It can be dripping as well. Overall, non-allergic rhinitis is more common in adults.
Overall, the symptoms of nonallergic rhinitis may come and go and vary in their severity throughout the lifetime of a person. Non-allergic rhinitis mostly develops in people who have hypersensitive nerve endings in the nose and as a result they immediately react to different irritants and weather changes. It has been noted that a person can develop rhinitis in more humid climates if he has hypersensitive nerve endings in the nose. Rhinitis can also develop as a result of a cold or other infections, but then it might not become as recurrent as in people who are exposed to irritants all the time. Such irritants may include smoke and smog.
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