Allergic Rhinitis is an inflammation of nasal passages caused when the immune system retaliates in its response to certain particles in the environment. It is a common form of allergy which may be seasonal (hay fever) or can inflict the patient throughout the year(perennial allergic rhinitis). Common symptoms of the allergy are:
- Red, watery and/or swollen eyes/eyelids
- Runny and/or itchy nose
- Frequently sore throat
- Mouth breathing during sleep
- Extensive bouts of sneezing (specifically during the spring)
Prolonged rhinitis might further cause sinusitis, if not treated properly. The treatment for rhinitis comprises of extreme care in living and work spaces. When in an outdoor environment, the use of pollen masks and sunglasses is encouraged and a lot of precautions are required on the part of the patient.
Naturotherapy seeks to restore the nasal passage to its healthy state. Allergic Rhinitis can be treated by following simple instructions provided under naturopathy.
Diet Therapy helps particularly to treat the allergies associated with a weak adrenal, immune and digestive system. Eliminating certain foods from the diet while simultaneously undertaking a healthy and holistic diet will significantly reduce any instigation for the allergy, whether it is seasonal or perennial.
Hydrotherapy is a combination of various natural remedial processes that rely on water based treatments. Hydrotherapy treatments substantially heal the patient since the body is aided by a natural element that constitutes about 70% of our body and the body is instinctively tuned to adapt and absorb from its benefits.
Acupuncture focuses on individualized assessment.
Naturopathy aims at understanding the responses of an individual’s to external stimuli and resulting problems. Results under naturopathy are long lasting and effective as they assist the body to heal from within, rather than merely supplementing the aggravated symptoms. Treatments under Naturotherapy persistently focus on the individual’s bodily disturbance and the effectiveness of therapy in order to aid a natural healing process.