When won't allergies go away?

May 9, 2022
Nasal congestion and a runny nose are symptoms of chronic allergic rhinitis, also known as perennial allergic rhinitis. Unlike other allergens, an allergic reaction does not change with the seasons or months of the year. You can feel like you have a persistent cold that won't go away. It's possible that you have no idea what's causing your allergy symptoms, which is why they persist. It clears up on its own for many people within a few days. For some people, especially those with allergies, rhinitis can be a chronic illness. Chronic refers to a condition that is almost always present or happens regularly. Rhinitis can last weeks or months after being exposed to allergens. Salt Therapy for Allergies at Saltworld makes your body resist the infections.