When nasal and surrounding tissues and blood vessels swell from an excess of fluid, it causes nasal congestion, characterised by a "stuffy" blocked feeling. Nasal discharge or a "stuffy nose" may or may not be there with nasal congestion. For older children and adults, nasal congestion is mostly only an irritation. It frequently acts as a symptom of another medical condition, like a sinus infection.

Symptoms of Stuffy Nose

  • Bad breath
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Fatigue
  • Ear pain

Diet and Nutrition - A possible factor

It is unclear what causes this immune system issue, but health professionals and academics have proposed that some foods may exacerbate a stuffy nose by inducing inflammation. Additionally, there is mounting evidence that food allergies may contribute to a stuffy nose. Patients with rheumatoid arthritis are frequently excluded from discussions about testing for delayed food allergies by medical professionals. The intention is to facilitate better breathing and lessen nasal congestion.

ImuPro - Reduction of chronic fatigue

The "ImuPro" food hypersensitivity test provides information on the link between IgG to food and a stuffy nose, enabling the identification of reactions to the main foods that may be inflammatory process triggers.

ImuPro is an extensive lab test for food hypersensitivity brought on by IgG antibodies. These trigger foods can be found via ImuPro testing. ImuPro directs whatever dietary changes you make to help relieve or lessen the symptoms of a stuffy nose.

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