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Sneezing problems during summer, heavy breathing, occurs due to change in environment

Hi there, I live in XXXXX. Since the start of summers i have been facing sneezing problem and mild breathing(heavier than normal breath). Sneezing usually occurs when I switch on the Air-Condition or Fan or change of environment like getting into a new room. The sneezing is constant (back to back) for 5 - 10 minutes and there is no mucus . Please suggest.
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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hello sir,
from your symptoms i think you are suffering from allergic rhinitis.

you seem to be allergic to dust and sudden change in temperature. it is very frequent in summer days since there is a lot of variation in temperature outside the room and inside the room.

i would suggest you to put on the fan and air conditioner not immediately once you return from a high temperature area, rather allow your body to adjust to the room temperature before you switch on any of these.

you can use a good quality mask for protection against dust, or cover your nose and mouth with thin cotton cloth.

antihistaminics once daily at a low does will definitely help to decrease your sneezing.

do visit a doctor if symptom does not subside to get your sensitivity checking done.

take care and get well soon.

Answered: Fri, 4 May 2012
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