Han So-Hee has nose surgery due to rhinitis, this is her condition Lifestyle – 16 hours ago

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – South Korean actress, Han So-Hee, announced that she had just completed nose surgery, last Sunday (29/10/2023).

Launching from Koreaboothrough her personal blog, Han So-Hee reported that she had just finished filming a drama series Gyeongseong Creature and rhinitis surgery.

“Hi! Long time no see! I hope everything is well. I just finished filming for Gyeongseong Creature,” said Han So-Hee, quoted Wednesday (1/11/2023).

“Then, FINALLY!!! I had rhinitis surgery. One day, I started having difficulty breathing through both nostrils. Then, I suddenly started snoring and it stressed me out,” he continued.

After the operation, the 28 year old artist admitted that his nose had swollen so it looked bigger. However, he asked his fans to understand this physical condition.

“If you see me with a big nose, please just understand and just think: Good! Looks like So-Hee is breathing well,” wrote the cast Nevertheless That.

Actually, what was rhinitis that made Han So-Hee undergo surgery?

Launching from Healthline, rhinitis is an inflammatory condition of the lining of the nasal cavity which can be allergic or non-allergic. Usually, rhinitis is caused by dust allergies, exposure to animal dander, pollen, and viral and bacterial infections.

1. Allergic Rhinitis

Generally, allergic rhinitis occurs when the immune system detects an allergen that triggers an allergic reaction. When it reacts with an allergen, the immune system will produce immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies.

Seasonal allergic rhinitis is usually called ‘hay fever‘ and occurs in spring, summer, or early fall. Rhinitis occurs when it is triggered by fungal spores or pollen from certain plants, such as grass, trees and flowers.

Apart from that, allergic rhinitis can also be triggered by house dust, pet dander and saliva, cockroach droppings, and fungal spores.

2. Non-Allergic Rhinitis

Non-allergic rhinitis is considered more difficult to diagnose because it is not triggered by an allergen and does not involve an immune system response. Here are some non-allergic rhinitis triggers.

  • Foreign body in the nose

  • Infections, such as viruses that cause flu

  • Several types of drugs, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and some blood pressure lowering drugs

  • Some food and smells

  • Smoke, cigarette smoke, air pollution and pollutants

  • Changes in the weather

  • Hormonal changes

  • Stress

Apart from the causes above, non-allergic rhinitis can also be caused by structural problems in the nasal cavity, such as the formation of polyps or a crooked nasal septum that narrows the nasal passages.

There are certain symptoms caused by rhinitis, such as a runny and blocked nose, itching, lots of mucus flowing down the throat, sneezing, coughing, sore throat, itchy and watery eyes, headaches, facial pain, and loss of sense of smell and taste. , and hearing.

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