What's Ailing You: Sneezing and Allergies

A man is struggling with the constant urge to sneeze. Doctors say that this need could be caused by allergies, or sinus problems such as

They say generally we should all be washing out our noses with saline, which can alleviate any discomfort and dryness that can come from indoor heating.

They say generally we should all be washing out our noses with saline, which can alleviate any discomfort and dryness that can come from indoor heating. (1/30/14)

NORWALK - A local man is struggling with the constant urge to sneeze.

Doctors say that this need could be caused by allergies, or sinus problems such as blockage to the man's airways or nose.

They say generally we should all be washing out our noses with saline, which can alleviate any discomfort and dryness that can come from indoor heating.

News 12 also spoke with Dr. Phil Hemmers of the Norwalk Allergy Center, who said that people can develop allergies at any time in life and find out when they first experience symptoms.

News 12 Connecticut wants to know, "What's Ailing You." You ask the medical question and we'll work to find you an expert's answer. Send your questions by way of Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #WhatsAilingYou.

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