All year round treatment for allergic rhinitis
Did you know - Patients can have allergic rhinitis all year round?
Allergic rhinitis has an impact on patients, not just in the summer months, but all year round. In fact, 59% of moderate-severe allergic rhinitis patients have persistent symptoms,1 which have an impact on their daily activities.2 A study has shown that 74% of perennial allergic rhinitis sufferers have a moderate to severe form of the disease.3
Perennial allergic rhinitis can be more difficult to diagnose than seasonal allergic rhinitis, so a full review of all upper airway symptoms is recommended and should be considered in patients with other allergic conditions.3
So, what are the symptoms of perennial allergic rhinitis? They include:
- Cold like symptoms
- Runny nose
- Nasal objection
- Itchy/sore throat
These symptoms will usually appear shortly after exposure to the allergen.
Patients can have allergic rhinitis symptoms all year round8
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Impact of Rhinitis
- Bousquet J et al. Characteristics of intermittent and persistent allergic rhinitis: DREAMS study group. Clin Exp Allergy 2005;35 728-32.
- Canonica GW et al. A survey of the burden of allergic rhinitis in Europe. Allergy 2007;62(Suppl. 85): 17-25.
- National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Asthma: diagnosis, monitoring and chronic asthma management. November 2017 (last accessed May 2022)