Allergic rhinitis, like asthma, is an inflammatory disease affecting a large proportion of the population globally. It specifically affects the nose and some of the physiological manifestations of the disease classically include itching, sneezing, rhinorrhea, as well as nasal obstruction. These symptoms can be of variable intensity and duration and occur in an intermittent or persistent manner. Allergic rhinitis can have a considerable impact on the patient’s quality of life. Nasal obstruction, which is most frequently reported, can significantly impair the patients’ normal breathing.