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A postnasal drip is something most everyone has had but that not many can recognize by the name. Every day, people swallow small amounts of mucus. This mucus usually comes from the sinuses, mixes with salvia, and causes people no problems. However, sometimes the body makes too much mucus, which makes it harder to swallow. Sometimes the mucus comes out the nose (making a runny nose), while other times it runs down the back of your throat (postnasal drip).
Hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, is a type of allergy to pollen, dust, or pet dander. Mold can also sometimes trigger the symptoms of hay fever. There are two basic types of hay fever, seasonal and perennial. Seasonal, as the name implies affects people most during the changes of the seasons, usually from spring to summer and summer to fall. Perennial hay fever affects a person all year long. Sometimes, people can experience both types of hay fever at once, with the symptoms becoming worse around the changes of the seasons.
The immune system is the defense mechanism of the body, which is made up of cells, tissues, and organs that defend the body against any foreign attacks. The immune system protects the body against parasites, bacteria, viruses, and fungi that cause diseases and other defects. Your immune system can be termed as the second line of defense to human system aside from the physical defense mechanisms including the skin and the mucous membrane. This means that, when the immune system is attacked or becomes vulnerable, the human system falls victim to several diseases. This is when one may experience several frequent illnesses, slow recovery from ailments, fatigue, slow development, digestive disorders, and allergies.