What are the main differences between rhinitis, sinusitis, and bronchitis? BBC News Africa

  • Priscilla Carvalho
  • Rio de Janeiro, BBC Brazil

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Due to dry weather, increased soot in the air, a sudden drop in temperature and an increase in pollutants, allergies tend to appear more frequently and cause problems such as rhinitis, sinusitis, bronchitis, and other respiratory infections.

The emergence of these diseases is caused by viral diseases that increase markedly with a cold.

“A cold attack, where people are already sensitized in advance, they close the windows and become more confined, increases viral crises, and the patient’s symptoms end up being more significant,” stresses Marco Cesar, an otolaryngologist at Cagoro University Hospital in Brazil.

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