Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)
Allergic Rhinitis, or Hay Fever, is the body’s response in your nose, to specific allergens. It is the swelling of blood vessels causing nasal congestion and excess mucus creation.
Treating Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever) with the NasoNeb® Sinus Therapy System
Consistent Medication Delivery
Filtered air from the system compressor mixes with medication in the NasoNeb® nebulizer cup to create a large droplet spray. The compressor power ensures consistent delivery every time enabling maximum treatment effectiveness.
The large particle size created by the NasoNeb® nebulizer cup ensures retention and consistent delivery of saline, decongestants, corticosteroids, and antihistamines to the middle and back regions of the nasal cavity where allergens land, without lung deposition.
Multi-Use for Daily Symptom Relief
Daily nasal care using the NasoNeb® system consisting of a deep nasal cleanse and moisturizing routine coupled with deep delivery of medications, assists in the consistent, effective treatment for much needed allergy symptom relief.
What is Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever, caused by?
Allergic rhinitis is caused by your nose trapping pollen or other particles such dust mites, mold or animal dander that you have a sensitivity to, resulting in inflammation. Allergic Rhinitis affects one in every five Americans and can be seasonal, year-round or be drug-induced.
What are symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever?
The swelling most often leads to an itchy, stuffy, runny nose, sneezing and post-nasal drip. Coughing, sore throat, burning, and watery eyes are also common symptoms.
What is the difference between seasonal and perennial or year-round Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever?
Seasonal symptoms occur typically during spring, summer and early fall, usually due to pollen from weeds, grass, and trees but can also be attributed to airborne mold spores.
Perennial or year-round symptoms usually are caused by indoor exposure to pet hair or dander, dust mites, cockroaches, as well as mold.
How do I prevent Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever?
- Rinse and moisturize your nasal passages daily
- Wash your hands frequently
- Wear glasses or sunglasses when outdoors to reduce the risk of allergens entering your eyes
- Clean your home frequently to reduce dust, pet hair and dander and other allergens
- Use mite proof covers and bedding to reduce exposure
- Avoid cigarette smoke and polluted air as these may also be triggers
When should I see a doctor?
You may have tried a number of remedy's and over-the-counter medications. See your doctor if there is no improvement after 48-72h, as this could indicate a more serious problem is taking place.
Your general practitioner can treat and diagnose allergies however, more severe cases may require meeting with an allergist. An allergist is a medical practitioner specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of allergies.
Remember to record your symptoms, and the length of time you have been experiencing each, to assist your doctor in creating your care plan.
How to treat Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever?
Your doctor may advise you to take Intranasally (in the nose) delivered corticosteroids, antihistamines, or decongestants available over-the-counter or by prescription only.
Compounding Pharmacy's can compound an allergy medication specifically for your needs, incorporating soothing ingredients to eliminate dry nose.
Regardless of your treatment choice, delivery to the location of the irritation or infection matters. Trust the NasoNeb® system to deliver your chosen nasal solution where traditional spray pumps or rinse bottles don't.
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*This is meant for informational purposes only and is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease or to substitute for professional medical advice. Please speak to your physician or other qualified health provider with questions you have regarding a medical condition.
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