Since allergic granulomatosis is a type of allergic reaction, there are no specific treatments to completely cure the condition. That said, there are certain changes to the lifestyle that one can make in order to keep the conditions in control or from an allergic reaction to be triggered. These lifestyle changes include:
1. Opting for a healthy diet. One of the medications used for treating allergic granulomatosis is corticosteroids. While these medications are not completely curing the condition, they help give relief from the pain and inflammation. But, corticosteroids are known to have side effects like raising the glucose levels in the blood which can lead to diabetes. Hence, having a diet that can keep these changes in check will help make the medications effective without having unwanted side effects.
2. Adding exercises to the daily routine. Exercising is a great way to strengthen the bones and help maintain a healthy weight. Steroids can cause weight gain which adversely affects the entire immune system along with causing cholesterol levels to rise. Working out also prevents the weakening of muscles and vital organs.