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Nasal sprays are a quick way to apply medication topically onto the inside of the nose.
These sprays contain one of four medication types;
A. Antihistamines, for quick, immediate (acute) or continuous relief (chronic).
B. Corticosteroids, for regular every day (chronic) use.
C. Mast cell stabilisers, for immediate (acute) or continuous relief. (chronic)
D. Anticholinergics, for immediate runny nose relief.
Nasal sprays are generally used on their own but sometimes a combination of tablets and a nasal spray can give better results, especially in instances of allergen overload, where there is a sudden increase in the amount of grass pollen and/or tree pollens, or other allergens the the immediate environment of the hayfever sufferer. Nasal sprays will quickly relieve congested, itchy and runny noses.They can stop post nasal drip that can cause sore throats. Tip: Use a nasal saline spray/wash before using your steroid spray .This helps to clear away mucous to allow better steroid contact with nasal surfaces.
Simple to use, once a day.
Especially suited if you suffer from hayfever for an extended period of time.
Reduces inflamed nasal lining to let you breathe better. .
Quickly relieves hayfever symptoms.
Works within 10-15 minutes.
Faster action than tablets.
Also known as: Flonase
Treats the inflamed lining inside your nose.
Use regularly once a day for the best effect.
Trusted well known original brand.
Beconase used regularly everyday is very good for controlling the nasal symptoms of hayfever.
Relieves itchiness,sneezing, stuffiness,and runny nose.
Also known as: Astelin
Treats sneezy ,itchy, runny nose.
Last 6-8 hours.
The information in this article was current at 27 Mar 2012