Dust Allergy

Dust allergy is an allergic reaction produced against tiny bugs present in the house. The symptoms are hay fever, sneezing, itchy eyes, coughing, itchy skin, postnasal drip, and runny nose. In some cases, wheezing and difficulty in breathing are observed. It gets triggered by dust mites, pollens, mold, and cockroaches. Taking antihistamine provides some relief.

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How to tackle breathing problems due to seasonal changes?

Query: Hello doctor, My 54-year-old mother has a problem with breathing. She faces challenges in breathing mostly in the summer and monsoon season. She is taking an inhaler for the last three years. Please help.  Read Full »


Dr. Abaranam Innaci

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. It seems your mother is having an airways disease probably asthma. It usually aggravates in monsoon seasons. She needs to follow certain precautions. She has to avoid aggravating factors like exposure to cold, foods and avoiding dust. Yearly checkup of lung functio...  Read Full »

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