Dry, itchy nose
Dry, itchy nose
A dry climate, whether it be your location or that your house is dry, can impact the moisture in your nose significantly. Dry temperatures, heating or air conditioning removes humidity (moisture) from the air that is needed for your nose to maintain the proper amount of moisture. When it's too dry, mucus dries up and hardens making your nose itchy.
Treating Dry, itchy nose with the NasoNeb® Sinus Therapy System
Consistent Moisturizer Delivery
Filtered air from the system compressor mixes with moisturizer in the NasoNeb® nebulizer cup to create a large droplet spray. The compressor power ensures consistent delivery every time enabling maximum treatment effectiveness.
Superior Moisturizer Coverage
The large particle size created by the NasoNeb® nebulizer cup ensures retention and consistent delivery of moisturizer to the middle and posterior (back) regions of the nasal cavity without lung deposition.
Deep delivery and retention is critical in reaching the middle and back of the nose where painful issues can happen from dry nose.
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 if needed, assists in the consistent, effective treatment of dry nose and related symptoms for much needed relief.
What can happen if I don't treat my dry nose?
In more severe cases, the inside of your nose can develop small cuts that may continue to tear, can bleed and could be very painful.
What are symptoms of Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever?
Other causes of dry nose can include certain medications such as decongestants, antihistamines, and more.
- Common cold or flu
- COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) related supplemental oxygen
- Sjögren’s Syndrome
- Nutritional deficiencies
How do I prevent and treat dry nose?
- rinse and moisturize your nasal passages daily using nasal safe salines and moisturizers
- use a humidifier in your home
- avoid cigarette smoke and polluted air
- stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water everyday
When should I see a doctor?
See your doctor if you have a dry nose for more than 10 days or experience the following which could be signs of an infection:
- colored discharge
- a bloody nose that won't stop
Choose the right NasoNeb Nasal Nebulizer® product for youStart Breathing better Now!
*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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