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Dust allergy

Dust allergy for cement dust and other kind of dust results in running nose. Also morning and night running nose. What is permanent solution in ayurveda? Any remedies?
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Dust Allergy is common n how can u expect world would be dust free (n at this younger age) u need to resistant to it n Ayurveda strongly shares how to be in such condition for that u need to transform from core n built new way of living by just Ayurvedic kind of detox n Rasayan therapy n Nasyam Therapy. Till then i request u to have 10ml of almond oil in a cup of milk every morning, get Healthier n fit soon
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Dr. Vikas Chothe Pune | Ayurveda
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Avoiding dust through masks is good solution. Though antihistamines help they are not permanent solution. Ayurveda advocates prevention and treating the disease from root cause. Lifestyle management like steam inhalation daily, avoid exposure to cold, consuming turmeric milk, chyavanprash and many more. Yoga, Surya namaskar, bhramari and bhasrika pranayama daily will help. Also medicines like shwas kas Chintamani, mahalaxmivilas, shwaskuthar, sitopaladi will help with ayurvedic consultation.
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Harisha N L Bangalore | General Physician
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Try avoiding dust or allergens as much as possible...Drink plenty of water. Use a humidifier. Try nasal saline sprays or rinses. If the runny nose is a persistent, watery discharge, particularly if accompanied by sneezing and itchy or watery eyes, your symptoms may be allergy-related and an over-the-counter antihistamine may help..
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