- Antihistamines: taken orally to alleviate allergy symptoms. Common antihistamines include: Claritin, Zyrtec, Allegra, etc.
- Decongestants: work to alleviate nasal congestion and can be taken orally or via nasal spray.
Does exercise induced rhinitis go away?
Treatment for Nonallergic Rhinitis
7 If you can do this, exercise may actually improve your congestion and runny nose due to the body’s natural response to adrenaline. However, if you continue to experience rhinitis after making these changes, your doctor may prescribe a medication to help manage your symptoms.
Why do I sneeze and have a runny nose after working out?
So what’s going on? It’s called exercise-induced rhinitis, and it’s a lot like allergic rhinitis — also called hay fever or nasal allergies. For the unlucky people with EIR, as it’s called, a good workout triggers allergy symptoms: congestion, sneezing, runny nose, itchiness, general misery.
How do you treat exercise induced allergies?
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Medicines, such as antihistamines, can prevent and treat some symptoms. In severe cases, symptoms may be life threatening, but this is rare. If you’ve ever had severe symptoms, your doctor may prescribe a medicine called epinephrine. This is more commonly known as an EpiPen.