The major causes of allergic rhinitis are grasses, ragweed, trees, dust mites. Non allergic rhinitis is often caused by strong odors, such as perfumes, temperature changes in the environment, hot foods. You may be at increased risk for rhinitis if you have other related diseases such as asthma, allergic skin disease apparent with rhinitis. Increased environmental irritant exposure increases the likelihood of developing rhinitis. Complications of untreated rhinitis can include asthma exacerbation, learning difficulties, nasal polyps, sinusitis, sleep apnea. So it is important to be seen by a doctor.
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