- Alcohol use.
- Certain odors, such as smoke or perfume.
- Dry air.
- GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease).
- Injury to the nose.
- Polluted air.
- Spicy food.
- Strong emotion.
- Nasal drainage (rhinorrhea)
- Nasal irritation.
- Nasal itching (nasal pruritus).
- Runny nose (nasal congestion).
- Avoiding and minimizing factors which contribute to symptoms.
- Using appropriate medications.
- Adding moisture to the nasal passages if dry air appears to contribute to symptoms, e.g. saline irrigations or a humidifier.
- Avoiding polluted air.
- Avoiding triggers such as spicy foods.
- Engaging in regular physical activity to open up the airways.
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