Treatment Of Allergic Rhinitis Improves Coexisting Diseases

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Treatment Of Allergic Rhinitis Improves Coexisting Diseases

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The treatment of allergic rhinitis is shown to improve co-existing conditions including conjunctivitis, asthma, sinusitis, otitis media with effusion (fluid in the middle ear) and sleep disorders

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Tags: Allergies, Seasonal Allergy, Asthma, Conjunctivitis, Disease and Condition, Healthy Living, disease

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Clinical and Translational Allergy | Abstract | Allergen-specific immunotherapy provides immediate, long-term and preventive clinical effects in children and adults: the effects of immunotherapy can be categorised by level of benefit -the centenary of all

ctajournal.com — “Allergen Specific Immunotherapy (SIT) for respiratory allergic diseases is able to significantly improve symptoms as well as reduce the need for symptomatic medication, but SIT also has the capacity for long-term clinical effects and plays a protective role against the development of further allergies and symptoms. The treatment acts on basic immunological mechanisms, and has the potential to change the pathological allergic immune response. In this paper we discuss some of the most important acView full resource at ctajournal.com

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Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis Improves Coexisting Diseases

newswise.com — “The treatment of allergic rhinitis is shown to improve co-existing conditions including conjunctivitis, asthma, sinusitis, otitis media with effusion (fluid in the middle ear) and sleep disorders. An estimated 50 million people in the United States suffer from allergic rhinitis and it is the most prevalent chronic condition in patients under age 18.View full resource at newswise.com

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