Hi, Thanks for using the HCM.
Please let me know since when(when diagnosed) you have asthma and allergy.
First of all i like to tell both allergic rhinitis
& asthma has similar pathophysiology. Both ll have chronic inflamation. For asthma you can be put on low dose inhalational corticosteroids
plus Singuilair (5 mg) which will have constant effect in preventing your symptoms. Dont put any combination drugs. If chronic allergic rhinitis then (Nasonex
) intra nasal steroid is the gold standard according to WHO. Nasonex is mometasone
furoats which has almost nil systemic absorption so there will be no side effects unlike any other drugs.
For short nap you can take antihistaminic drug after consulting your doctor.So dont worry consult your ENT specialist
and ask for his diagnosis and he can be put on above mentioned drugs.
Hope I have answered your query. If you have any further questions I will be happy to help. Thanks get well soon....