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Foods and beverages may also sometimes be triggers. Examples include:
Hot foods, such as soup
Alcoholic beverages, especially beer and wine
Other triggers include:
Illegal drugs. Cocaine and other snorted street drugs often cause chronic nonallergic rhinitis.
Weather changes. Sudden changes in weather or temperature can trigger nonallergic rhinitis. Skiers, for instance, often develop a runny nose. And some people are affected by any cold exposure. In some cases, people even start sneezing after leaving a cold, air-conditioned room.
Hormone changes. Nonallergic rhinitis often occurs during periods of hormonal imbalance. For instance, it may occur during puberty, menstruation, or pregnancy. It usually starts during the second month of pregnancy and lasts until childbirth. Hormonal conditions such as hypothyroidism can also trigger symptoms.
Treatment of Nonallergic Rhinitis
Nonallergic rhinitis can't be cured. But it can be controlled by:
Avoiding rhinitis triggers
Using home remedies such as nasal irrigation
Taking over-the-counter and prescription medications