The significant increase in allergic rhinitis is not a harmless disease, which would be treated with proper medication. Allergies affect the nose, sinuses, eyes and bronchial tubes. In principle, in allergic rhinitis, there serious risk of an extension of the allergy profile and the emergence of allergic asthma if left untreated. As a preventative measure, I offer, after a previous diagnosis by skin testing (prick test), antibody detection in the blood (RAST) and organ provocation -- inoculation treatment (desensitization) with tablet, drops or syringes. The costs are covered by health insurance, of course.