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How To Spray Allergy Nasal Spray

The benefits of an allergy nasal spray lie in the direct delivery of the medication to exactly where you need it most: the lining of your nasal cavity. Without medicating your entire body, a nasal spray can give you welcome allergy relief without having to course through your entire body first. To get the most effective relief from your nasal spray you will want to include a few simple steps:

  • Priming the spray (as directed on the bottle before its first use) can be helpful if you have not sprayed it in a while

  • Blowing your nose before using the spray will help to clear excess mucus and debris before adding in the medicated spray

  • Inserting the nozzle ¼" to ½" into your nose, but no further, will help to ensure optimal application of the medication to the right area of your nasal cavity

  • Pointing the nozzle towards your ear and away from the center of your nose allows more spray to reach the back of your nasal cavity where you need it most

  • Closing the nostril you are not using and breathing through your one open nostril can help to bring the medicine into your nasal cavity

  • Refraining from blowing your nose for about 15 minutes after using the nasal spray gives the medication a chance to properly take up shop and administer its magic to your much-needed nasal tissue

Allergy Nasal Spray

There are a number of ways that you can choose to combat allergies. Allergy nasal spray is a popular option that may be effective for allergy suffers. CVS carries a wide variety of the best nasal spray for allergies for you to choose from. Your doctor or pharmacist can help you determine which option may be right for you. Keep in mind that it is important to not only select the right allergy nasal spray for your needs, but also to use your allergy spray correctly each time. Correct usage can help reduce any potential side effects of nasal spray and may help increase effectiveness. If you have questions or concerns about whether nasal spray is right for you, it is always best to contact your doctor for professional medical advice.

OTC Nasal Spray for Allergies

Nasal spray for allergies can be a good choice for some people, and there are many over the counter options available to choose from. Some allergy nasal sprays are formulated for long term use, making them ideal for those who have chronic allergy symptoms. Some allergy sprays may need to be taken regularly, while others should be used as needed for symptoms. In most cases, nasal sprays are tolerated well, but some people, such as those with damaged nasal passages, should avoid them. If you are considering using a nasal spray for allergies but aren’t sure if it is the right choice for you, don’t hesitate to reach out to your doctor or pharmacist for guidance.

What Is The Best Nasal Spray For Allergies?

There is no single allergy spray that is the best. Instead, there are different types of over the counter allergy nasal spray, and each works differently. Depending on your needs, you may find that one type of allergy nasal spray works better than another for you. If you have questions or concerns about choosing the best nasal spray for your needs, do not hesitate to ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice. He or she can help you find an option that takes into account your allergy triggers, lifestyle needs, and any existing health issues that may limit your options.

Nasal Spray For Decongestion

Nasal decongestant spray for allergies contains ingredients that may help shrink swollen blood vessels and tissues in your nose that contribute to congestion. This can help you feel more comfortable. Over the counter options include Sinex and Afrin nasal spray, both of which contain the active ingredient oxymetazoline hydrochloride. While decongestant nasal spray for allergies can be effective, it is possible to build up a tolerance to the medicine. If this happens, you may have more severe symptoms after you stop using it. To avoid this, you should not take decongestant nasal spray for more than three days consecutively. Decongestant nasal sprays may be a good choice if you have intermittent allergy symptoms, but may not be right for you if you have chronic allergies. If you have questions or concerns about whether decongestant nasal spray for allergies is right for you, you should make an appointment to talk to your doctor.

Steroid Nasal Spray For Allergies

Nasal steroid spray for allergies is one of the most well-known and widely used options for controlling your allergy symptoms. Steroid nasal sprays, sometimes referred to as intranasal corticosteroids, work by decreasing swelling of the nasal tissues and decreasing mucus production to help relieve symptoms of congestion and runny nose caused by allergies. Nasal steroid spray can also help relieve symptoms of sneezing and itchy, watery eyes caused by allergies. Designed for long term use, intranasal corticosteroids are best suited for those with chronic allergies. However, a nasal steroid spray may not be right for everyone. If you experience side effects such as nosebleeds or headaches, you should stop use and consult your doctor. It is important to understand that steroid nasal spray reaches peak effectiveness over a period of several hours to several days, so you may not get immediate relief from your symptoms. Also, to get the most out of your steroid nasal spray, most brands recommend that you take it as directed every day during allergy season. Steroid nasal sprays that are available without a prescription include Flonase (fluticasone),Rhinocort (budesonide), and Nasacort (triamcinolone). If you are unsure whether a steroid nasal spray for allergies is the right option for you, you should talk to your doctor.

Saline Nasal Spray For Allergies

Saline nasal spray for allergies is a drug free option that is generally safe for most people to use. Saline nasal spray, sometimes referred to as sodium chloride nasal spray, contains salt, sterilized water, and in some cases, a small amount of preservatives. Saline nasal spray for allergies helps to loosen and thin mucus that builds up in your nasal passages, which can make breathing feel easier and help you feel more comfortable. Saline nasal spray is a good choice if you want to loosen built-up mucus in your nose and prefer a drug free option. Saline nasal spray has little to no side effects and can be taken on an as needed basis. If you are avoiding decongestants or corticosteroids, sodium chloride nasal spray may be a good choice to help temporarily reduce nasal congestion caused by allergies.

Nasal Spray For Kids

In some cases, nasal spray for kids with allergies may be an appropriate option to help control children’s allergy symptoms. However, it is best to talk to your child’s doctor before administering any children’s nasal spray, especially if your child will need to use it long-term. There are some concerns that intranasal corticosteroids may have an effect on vertical growth in children. Your child’s allergist or pediatrician can help you weigh the risks and benefits of using a nasal allergy spray to help control your child’s allergies. If you and your child’s doctor agree that a nasal spray for kids is right for your child, most experts recommend that children using intranasal corticosteroids get monitored for growth regularly by a doctor. If you have concerns about nasal spray for kids, your child’s doctor may be able to recommend alternative options for controlling your child’s allergy symptoms.

How To Use Nasal Spray

You should always refer to the directions on the packaging of your nasal spray, as there may be small variations between brands. However, in general, there are some basic steps that apply in most cases. First, you should always clear your nasal passages by gently blowing your nose. If indicated in the product directions, gently shake your nasal spray bottle before removing the cap. Holding the bottle in one hand, place the top of the nozzle just inside one nostril (be careful not to insert it too far). Angle the tip slightly toward the outer wall of your nose, not the center. Depress the mechanism that releases the spray and sniff gently to draw the medication into your nose. Repeat as needed according to the dosage directions on the product packaging. If you have any questions or concerns, or if you experience any side effects of nasal spray, such as nosebleeds or headaches, you should stop use and contact your doctor for advice.

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