Constant sneezing in winter

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These attacks always seem to coincide with precipitation whether it be rain in the summer or snow in the winter, it's the only constant variable I can pinpoint. Thinking back they definitely occur more in the summer, the winter ones I do recall have been when it's milder, I remember one during a really big snowfall a few years ago thus with milder temps. I've probably never had an attack when it's -20 Celsius and thus very dry outside.
I can only wonder if this is a severe allergy because it only happens in the winter.
I wake up at night and my sinuses are so dry, and as soon as I get up, I'm draining, sneezing, and miserable. Im going to try a humidifier tonight and see if that helps. I think being winter, with all the heaters, the air is so dry. I'm hoping this helps, as its a cheap fix:) good luck!
Why do I have the constant smell of smoke in my nose. It used to be just an occasional thing, but lately it seems to be all the time. I am concerned that this is a symptom of something I don't know about. The smell is strong. I used to notice it about a half hour after taking my Allegra-D 12 hr. tablets, but now I smell it much more often. Am I going crazy or is there something to this I'm not aware of. Has anyone else experienced this? Please help?
The kleenex will only help for about a half an hour at a time. When I have a bout of constant sneezing, I can sneeze 30 to 50 times. It totally exhausts me, not to mention the inconvenience of having to find a place to lie down or wash my hands all the time. Sudafed will help on the second day, but not on the first day. It seems like the sneezing episodes are touched off by a sudden drop in the temperature. (Mostly, this is a winter season problem.
All bloodwork was normal. Took a job in Iraq where I am currently. Arrived in Feb. In Jun, I was sick with extreme fatigue, headaches, and dizziness. Saw a doctor in Jul and was given OTC headache meds. They did bloodwork that came back normal. Since that time I have had daily head pressure and tinnitus. The tinnitus comes and goes and can be really loud and annoying. Visited another doctor in Sep who thought it might be an allergic reaction and was given zyrtec for a month.
fOR ME IT STARTED WITH A SINUS INFECTION STARTED 2YR AGO NEVER HAD MUCH OF A SINUS PROBLEM TO SPEAK OF TILL THEN. HAVE HAD CONSTANT EXCESSIVE MUCUS IN MY THROAT NOTHING COMES OUT MY NOSE ANY LONGER WHATS UP WITH THAT I WONDER. ENTS HAVENT HELPED WITH NORMAL PROTOCAL SO I'M HAVING SEPTOPLASTY AND ETHMOIDECTOMY SOON. AFTER READING YOUR POST THAT SCARES ME THAT YOU HAVE MORE DRAINAGE AND COUGHING AFTER YOUR SURGERY. DO YOU GET TONS OF MUCUS IN YOUR THROAT AND COUGH ON IT ?
Speaking to the Dr's they just basically think its all in my head - but not in the way I want them to think. The constant pressure is there 24/7 - like someones holding down their thumb on my head. I never get headaches, I never get migraines - just this damn floating feeling and the pressure. If I push on my right temple, if feels like this activates my pressure spot on my brain. This leads me to think its a vessel issue. Not sure, but I'm going to Dr's again about it.
My biggest problem is the constant post nasal drip - mucus draining down the back of my throat. When I wake in the morning, it is white and stuck to the back of my throat, which I believe is the reason my throat is irritated most of the time. It takes about an hour of drinking before it clears and then drainage continues, is more clear in color but always there. This all occurs on the right side of my throat. Does anyone else have this same problem when waking up in the morning?
RSV occurs in epidemics almost every winter. Whereas infants with RSV develop bronciolitis, children over 2 years of age and adults just develop cold symptoms. This virus is found in nasal secretions of infected individuals. It is spread by sneezing or coughing at a range of less than 6 feet or by hand-to-nose or hand-to-eye contact.
For the last five years I have endured the presence of constant phlegm in my throat.
Like me, I don't have these symptons, but excessive mucus and constant need of clearing my thoat, idicating inflamation in my thoat caused by mast cell acting up. I guess that's why Singulair is effective in reducting or blocking leukotreines from releasing. That's my logical thinking about how this drug works.
I drove a big service van and carried hundreds of pounds of equipment up ladders sometimes three stories high all day long. I worked on 135 degree roofs in summer and below freezing in winter. I still love mechanical things. Oh and I did this after dropping out of Grad School for Art History.
I also worked as a waitress for many years and I know that is a demanding job. Oh, by the way, I had people coughing or sneezing in my face all the time. Wash your hands, hydrate, get a little exercise each day and rest. This is how I made it through.
He said that the scans don't show any cause for this to be happening and it looks like it is curving in rather than the bone thinning in that area. At this point it isn't affecting my brain, so he wants me to repeat the scans in October and come back so he can see if there are any changes. Keep in touch if you find anything out about yours. and feel free to send me a message in my inbox - I have a watch on this post and my inbox and I recieve an email whenever anyone posts to it.
I also use a heating pad. The only thing that really helps is constant rubbing--but I can't very well be sitting in a public or professional setting rubbing my breast! I need relief. I cant keep missing days of work because my breast hurt. I also occassionally have spasms in the left side as well. I really am starting to believe that the blood pressure med may be tied into this pain. Many mention that you were on meds but not the name.
I now know how Christ felt having his feet nailed to the cross. Open heart surgery was like sneezing in comparison to the nerve pain post-op. In all liklihood we have SESAMOID BONE WITHIN THE PERONEAL SHEATH along with the brevis tendon which runs down our calfs and laterally along our foot that turns under the cuboid. Physics along with the bone structure of our foot causes the nerves to be agravated with any movement of the foot, sitting as well, I KNOW ! and so do you.
Now the problem is mainly my head, which I had thought may have been from the neck/back problem. I feel constant pressure at various places in my head, which basically gives me a constant light headed feeling. Past couple days mainly in nose/eyes/forehead area. But have also felt this in my temples, top of head and back of head. Have also felt nauxious on 2 seperate occassions. All of this is constant, too.
i also have other back pains though.. usually in the middle in lower back that are constant and it feels like a weight is on it.. but i dont have insurance so i cant get this checked out. the numbness in my upperback feels like needles or something. its def. not enjoyable.. i hope somone figures out what is causing these symptoms of numbness and itching.
I don't buy it though because the medications didn't help me at all and I have almost constant pressure and pounding in my head even when I am lying down. I've looked into adrenal fatigue and not really found anything definitive yet. I am looking into finding a naturopathic doctor that tests neurotransmitters to see if low GABA levels may be contributing to my issues.
I have had a problem for years.. I get mall particles of food that gets stuck in the back of my throat somewhere around the nasal passage area. These are small particle of hard food like a part of a peanut shards after being chewed up..
Hi, I have a problem since my childhood, I suffer from cold that stays all over year , The problem worsenesss in winter or cold season, and is little in summer season. I am depressed with this problem now as due to this problem Im unable to mix with my friends or others . Please suggest me the best way to get rid of that , I am 24 years old.
I have been having a sharp burning pain in my upper back mostly on the left side by the shoulder blade. At times my neck and left arm are effected too. The pain is present upon rising and lasts throughout the day. I am concous of my posture and do not believe it to be the cause. The pain worsens if i am carring anything at arms lengths or even if i am carring a light bag over either of my shoulders.
can cause the precipitation of these symptoms. These symptoms are exaggerated esp. in winter or cold environment. Sneezing is a protective reflex which occurs secondary to exposure to the irritant or allergen, which helps to blow out the irritant. In some individuals there will be Airway hyperresponsiveness due which there can be either allergic rhinitis (mild to severe form) or asthma. There is particular neuronal mechanism exists.
headaches, pressure in head when bending over (not when coughing/sneezing/lifting), headaches in one spot when standing up, dizziness, smell phantom smoke smells, nausea, fatigue, big white floaters in both eyes, ringing ears, strange sore throat. It all started when I accidentally had rain water (we are on a farm, its stored in tanks fed from a roof) forced up my nose. Its winter here btw. Now I know I am anxious about it being a form of meningitis. With these symptoms I can't help it.
In addition, occasionally I would develop a knot of constant muscle pain in my mid back, left side only, between the inferior scapula angle and the spin approximately lateral to T6 or 7. I’m concerned this pressure is an inflammatory condition related to my heart and I’m looking for health advice. I’m wondering with my history of asthma could this be more of a condition originating with my lungs (pulmonary vein / blood flow between the lungs and heart) or my heart?
I have had allergies for as long as I remember so I know the difference btwn me having a cold and me having an allergy attack. There is no watery eyes or constant sneezing and dripping nose that accompanies my allergies. My allergies also tend to make me foggy while when I get a "cold", I am just constantly tired and have a headache. Thanks for the advice though, I should keep a sickness journal to show to my dr's.
We have to start taking Claritin type meds daily for 8 months to keep them at bay.. You may have had a cold and then allergies kicked in and you thought they were one in the same I say try to take some allergy meds next late late winter and early spring all the way to fall.. I bet this will help. You would be surprised at how much damage allergies can do.. THEY can cause me vertigo and days were I cant get out of bed and huge headaches!!
They are not allowed in my bedroom but I am wondering if being in the same house breathing in their dander in winter months when doors and windows are closed may be causing the constant wheeze. The wheeze has very little impact on my daily life, I am able to work, exercise, and carry on with my life without even thinking about it if it was not very being reminded of it by hearing it when I breath hard. I don't even seem to have a cough with it.
Since Jan 6th I have had constant head-nose-throat-chest congestion/coughing etc. Have been to the drs twice,put on arethomycin(sp?)for 10 days, a Z-pack antibotic,cough syrup w/ codine/expectorant and many over the counter cold/sinus/allergy medicines and nothing works. Over the 5 weeks the head/nose goes from congestion so bad I can't sleep to nonstop runny/blowing nose that keeps me awake all night. I have gone through 4 boxes of kleenex in past 24 hrs.
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