Does your nose do more running than you do? 

Stop, and re-think, it could be a genuine medical condition known as rhinitis. It is an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the nose that is often triggered by allergens (such as pollen, dust, mould, etc), infections (by bacteria, fungus or a virus) or auto-immunity. 

The most common type of rhinitis is allergic rhinitis.

In this video, Dr Geeta N Shapur, a senior ENT/otorhinolaryngologist talks about the condition and various treatment options available in Hindi:

1) What are the functions of your nose?

2) What is rhinitis? 

3) How is it classified and what are the differences?

4) What is allergic rhinitis?

5) What are the treatment options available for rhinitis?

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