There are two types of allergic rhinitis; seasonal and perennial. Affecting 40 to 60 million Americans each year, allergic rhinitis is more commonly referred to as hay fever. Rhinitis has many of the same symptoms as the common cold. These include a runny or congested nose, sneezing, and fatigue. So how do you know if you are one of the millions who suffer from rhinitis, read on for the symptoms, triggers and treatments.
The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) and FilterStream are here to help you learn about the different types of asthma and allergies and to promote awareness for the millions of Americans who suffer from these conditions. In this blog we will be learning about air quality and how it affects different types of asthma and allergies, and Eosinophil. Asthma and Allergy Awareness month kicks off with Air Quality Awareness week, so let’s start there.