The best ways to manage your condition are:
• Avoid allergens that trigger your allergic reactions
• Be prepared for an emergency by:
- carrying around and knowing how to use epinephrine (adrenaline) autoinjectors,
- educating and notifying those around you that you are at risk of anaphylaxis, and maintaining an anaphylactic action plan.How common is it to have both allergic rhinitis and asthma?
32% of rhinitis patients developed asthma;
50% of patients with asthma alone developed rhinitis.
A number of studies from around the world have shown that:
70-90% of patients with asthma have concomitant rhinitis;
40-50% of patients with allergic rhinitis have concomitant allergic asthma.
Sinusitis has been shown in different studies to occur in up to:
25-70% of adults with asthma;
20-60% of children with asthma;
50% of patients with inhalant allergies.