Gustatory rhinitis is a medical term that is used to describe a food-related runny nose and is caused by an overreaction of the body's vagal nerve in the nervous system. Many people often find that while eating certain types of foods, their nose starts running. It is particularly associated with having spicy foods, dairy or with consuming alcohol. While many mistake it as an allergic reaction to the food, it is actually a non-allergic condition. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and prevention of gustatory rhinitis or runny nose when eating.
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