Sneezing in winter

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Last fall I noticed many of them sneezing,and they have leaky eyes and now that winter is here they are really coughing and sneezing with eyes and noses that are leaking. I feel so sorry for them and I don't know what they have? I have been giving them lots of warm meals and cleaning their eyes and noses. Thank you.
Everyday when I wake up, I have a sneezing fit. I work third shift and this occurs in the afternoon when I wake up but it also occurs when I am off and waking up in the morning. 7-10 sneezes, like clockwork. My eyes are watery, my nose is stuffed up and I feel like I have a fever. Most days I feel better after being up for about an hour, some days I have to take some Tylenol or ibuprofen. What the heck is this all about??
Does anyone know why i get very sick with Body Aches, Running nose, sneezing cough, cold like symptoms , inflammed sinuses, afteri take a shower during winters. Everytime i take a shower, i get really really sick. Does anyone know what could be the problem ?
Has anyone in the UK (or anywhere really) experienced these symtoms as well: runny nose & sneezing, recurring aches and pains, difficulty breathing, chesty cough, a temperature that keeps going up and down, slight delerium/disorientation, fatigue, sore throat, periodical headache, nausea? I went to the doctor a couple of days ago, and he said I had a virus that has been affecting many other people - so much that they had to open on a Sunday and a bank holiday.
I still think your doctor needs her walking papers out of your medical care, and seriously, I think this winter is just about the same as every other winter..........but then again, that rodent in PA. did see it's shadow, so lets not give up the stats just yet!
Whenever I go for a run, when I get home I start sneezing and then sneeze all day until I feel quite poorly. This used to happen only in the winter when the air was cold, but now happens in summer too. I take lofepramine anti depressant and wonder if this exacibates the problem as its since taking this that I'm affected in summer as well as winter. Lofepramine can cause a dry mouth so must have some effect on mucus?
It seems in winter when everybody's furnace is on, and air is very dry, a very large group of people come onto the neurology website and are concerned about what amounts to a sinus infection. There is a forum here under "S" that says "Sinus Infection," and I think you should post your question over there.
We have a 14 year old female cat that is sneezing a lot last year during the winter and this winter. Last winter the vet put her on predisone and it helped. It seems like there is a lot of mucus behind her nose in her sinuses. The vet last year thought it was allergies or asthma. Thinking about getting her sinus x-ray.
lately, I have developed what you all seem to have, chronic sneezing in winter! This is not the sort of sneezing I get from allergies, just a small breeze or my own breath sets me off! From the time I open my eyes in the morning to the time I fall asleep I sneeze uncontrollably and my nose is constantly tingling. It's draining trying not to sneeze, otherwise I would sneeze none stop - It's so embarressing and I can no longer function.
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 indviduals 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.
But my son had some eczema on his pinky toe during his first month which only went away after I stopped washing his socks in a certain laundry detergent. Breathing perfectly while asleep and then waking up sneezing sounds like allergies to me despite statistics. I remember my days with hayfever as such...It is almost as if the substance that irritates accumulates during one day and then drives the immune system over the edge by the next day.
It seems like the sneezing episodes are touched off by a sudden drop in the temperature. (Mostly, this is a winter season problem.) If I leave the windows down while I sleep at night, it will definitely cause this problem. Recently, though, it has been staying up at night working on something or who knows what else! After this day or two of sneezing, I seem to be hyper sensitive to all my other allergies for about 2 weeks.
This is a very common problem, particularly in the dry winter months. It is usually from drying of the lining of the nose and sinuses. With blowing your nose or sneezing, there is a small amount of irritation and bleeding. If the ENT found nothing, this is probably not a problem to worry about. If it increases, you should have it checked again.
Costochondritis is an inflammation of the cartilage that attaches the ribs to the breastbone (costo = rib, chond = cartilage, itis = inflammation). Costochondritis causes mild to severe pain in the lower rib area or upper breastbone. Some patients fear they are having a heart attack. The most severe pain is usually in the lower rib area between the breast and upper abdomen. The pain may be more noticeable in sitting or reclining positions, and stress is known to aggravate this condition.
When my go to favourite jeans became my, save in the closet in hopes they will one day fit me again jeans. When my DDs became a whole new alphabet. When I no longer felt it appropriate to wooo! outthe window when I drove past hot construction workers. When drinks on the patio, became icewater with a shot of Gaviscon. When I could have a bigger bowl of icecream, guilt free.
I had no problems in breathing till my son was born. After which one of the years when winter was approaching in the morning as I woke up or my nose got in touch with air I would start sneezing and a terrible cold with headache and difficulty in breathing would follow till the sun came after which I was almost normal.This happened for almost a month. I live in India where winters come around nov-dec.
I have dust mite allergies, which can cause the drip in winter, and I've also heard that antibiotics can cause the drip for weeks after you stop taking them, which is my case right now. What makes me nuts is the choking feeling. Sometimes it's accompanied by what feels like a "thump" in the upper chest, or an extra strong/paused heartbeat. That scares me even though it usually passes in a few seconds, but it's not pleasant to feel like your heart is trying to jump out of your neck!
Simply take a regular HIV test sometime in July, it will be accurate.
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.
My symtons include excessive thin mucus in upper sinus, sometimes I can blow it our clear; in the middle way, I have crust accumulated in my nostril and sometimes I can pick and get it out (quiet a bit); and in my lower breath path or deep in my throat, I have thickened mucus and gel like tiny balls and hard to get them out. I have tried different things to reduce the mucus secreation. However none of them has been proven effective or without side effect. Lately I started to us SinusWars2.
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 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.
I sporadically have fluid/fullness in my ear which I believe is due to allergies, but I am afraid of taking allergy meds because I was recently diagnosed with Subclinical hyperthyroid disorder and have been told that sinus/allergy medications and amplify the effects of the meds. My problems is that I have this feeling like when you drink way too much alcohol and your head is all over the place. I guess that is like a light vertigo feeling. Could this be due to the fluid?
I've been reading a lot of posts about "smells" in the nose, but I haven't seen anything with my particular circumstance. Three weeks ago, I had sinus surgery. I had thickening in the frontal and maxillary sinuses, and a couple of polyps removed. Recovery was going fine until yesterday when I began to have this smell in my nose. I have a relative who has chronic bad breath. The only way I know to describe the smell is to say that it smells like my aunt's bad breath.
I don't have allergies of any kind and I'm in excellent health and I can learn to live with the smell of fresh baked bread in my nostrils.. I mean it could be owrse.. still I think I should get someone to check this out especially as I read about Phantom smells being a possible side efect of brain tumors...
Itchy, runny nose, unusual sneezing, episodic stuffy nose- I'm already tired of that. Last time it was in winter and I could blame cold air as the reason for my symptoms but now I'm not sure what to blame. Sneezing my socks off isn't my all time favorite way of spending first finally warm and sunny days. The other thing crossed my mind was cold due to going out in thinner clothes. But I doubt that's the reason. My throat feels normal and there're no other cold symptoms.
Some doctors in my country said the bone ache is one of the most important symptoms in HIV infection period.
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