Allergy or chest problem


I am going to go into as much detail as possible.
So, I have always had a sinus problem. Always. I wake up in the morning and it’s constant sneezing and blowing my nose. This is everyday. Well, I live in Louisiana so lots of pollen. Things like pollen, dust, cats, newly cut grass, cigarette smoke all make my eyes swell and I’ll be sick for days. Well yesterday we were outside having a crawfish boil while the world was shut down. It was extremely hot. I went inside for a little bit and felt my heart was racing, my chest hurt, I was nauseous, my throat was itchy, felt like it was closing up, my nose was running. I honestly felt like I was dying. My mom said it was most likely a severe allergy attack. Today after dinner I had some blackened fish. I felt that awful chest pain with my heart racing and my ears were very clogged. So I took my blood pressure it was 121 over 91 and then I took it a second time and it was 127 over 78. I wasn’t outside much today and I don’t see how my chest could be hurting from that. She thinks it’s indigestion but it’s hurting a lot.

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  1. What is your age ?

  2. 1. Do saline gargles daily. 2. Whenever possible do steam inhalation also. 3. Cover your nose and mouth with hanky for at least 30 sec when you go in dusty areas also when you go in and out of AC. As our nose is the most sensitive part of our body, When there is temperature difference between two rooms or inside n outside, then if we not protect our nose, it gets affected. 4. Drink Hot Liquids –Hot liquids relieve nasal congestion, prevent dehydration, and soothe the uncomfortably inflamed membranes that line your nose and throat. 5. Sleep With an Extra Pillow Under Your Head– Elevating your head will help relieve congested nasal passages. If the angle is too awkward, try placing the pillows between the mattress and the box springs to create a more gradual slope. 6. Treat That Stuffy Nose With Warm Salt Water– Salt-water rinsing helps break nasal congestion, while also removing virus particles and bacteria from your nose. 7. Blow Your Nose Often (and the Right Way)– It’s important to blow your nose regularly when you have a cold rather than sniffling mucus back into your head. But when you blow hard, pressure can carry germ-carrying phlegm back into your ear passages, causing earache. The best way to blow your nose: Press a finger over one nostril while you blow gently to clear the other. Homeopathic treatment has very encouraging results.

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