Vasomotor Rhinitis

Type: 
Consumer

Vasomotor rhinitis is a congestion of the nose that can be triggered by a variety of stimuli such as an abrupt temperature change, exercise, a change of position, humidity, and odors. It is rarely due to an allergic reaction. This condition can accompany a migraine attack, causing a sensation of nasal congestion.

A patient with vasomotor rhinitis symptoms may have mild facial aching discomfort.

Give the gift of
pain relief

Your donation goes to work immediately, helping the NHF in our continuing effort to educate and fund valuable headache research.

Donate Now

Stay Connected

Testimonial

Just a note of thanks to the NHF for hosting these helpful online seminars.  The recent "Fibromyalgia and Migraine" was the second Webinar I've attended, and I learned a great deal.

The Webinars are easy to log into, the presentations are professional, and the presenters do not "talk down" to their auditors. The NHF is apparently choosing subject matter experts with care, and the information is up-to-date. 

Again, thank you for the hard work. I look forward to future Webinars.

Deborah S.

Email

Headwise

NHF Facebook