Learn runny nose remedy and how to stop a runny nose or get rid of a runny nose fast to instantly stop symptoms!
WHY RUNNY NOSE:
Non-allergic rhinitis otherwise known as a runny nose happens when the inside of your nose becomes irritated, causing a blocked or runny nose. It can be treated easily by speaking to your pharmacist or doctor.
NETI POT SINUS RINSE BOTTLE BY ABRAHAM THE PHARMACIST:
Experience the difference today by adding it to your home medical kit. Whether it's a runny nose, stuffy nose, cold and flu congestion, post-nasal drip causing a dry cough, or pesky allergies – this little wonder handles it all. Try it today, available Worldwide on Amazon.
This video was sponsored by Dr Fox (Online Doctor & Pharmacy):
BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR PRO:
If you or a loved one suffer with high blood pressure then I'd like to introduce you to my FREE blood pressure monitor pro app!
I’ve spent over 2 years creating the blood pressure monitor pro app to help patients monitor home blood pressure readings, see trends and most importantly analyze your lifestyle and tell you what to improve on!
Download it today from your app store for FREE. Just search, "Blood pressure monitor pro" and make sure the icons match or click the relevant link below,
Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=uk.bloodpressuremonitorapp_a
Blood Pressure Monitor Pro Website: https://www.bloodpressuremonitorpro.com
WHAT IS A RUNNY NOSE:
Non-allergic rhinitis happens when the inside of your nose becomes irritated, causing a blocked or runny nose. It can be treated with medicines from a pharmacist or GP.
Check if it's non-allergic rhinitis,
The most common symptoms of non-allergic rhinitis are:
- A blocked or runny nose
- An itchy nose
- A reduced sense of smell
Sometimes non-allergic rhinitis can also cause a crust to form inside the nose. This may have a bad smell and bleed if you try to remove it. Non-allergic rhinitis is different from allergic rhinitis, which is caused by allergies such as hay fever.
Causes of non-allergic rhinitis,
Common causes of non-allergic rhinitis include:
- Having a cold
- Changes in the weather, such as temperature or humidity
- Smoke, perfume and paint fumes
- Alcohol and spicy food
- Hormone changes in pregnancy or puberty, or from taking medicines such as hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and the contraceptive pill
- Conditions such as an underactive thyroid (hypothyroidism)
- Medicines such as ACE inhibitors, beta blockers, aspirin and anti-inflammatory painkillers like ibuprofen
- Using decongestant nasal sprays too often
WHEN TO SEE YOUR DOCTOR FOR A RUNNY NOSE:
- You have non-allergic rhinitis and the symptoms get worse
- You get asthma symptoms or your asthma gets worse
- Your symptoms are affecting your sleep and everyday life
- It's not clear what's causing your symptoms
- Treatments from a pharmacist are not working
MEDICAL ADVICE DISCLAIMER:
All content in this video and description including: information, opinions, content, references and links is for informational purposes only. The Author does not provide any medical advice on the Site. Accessing, viewing, reading or otherwise using this content does NOT create a physician patient relationship between you and it’s author. Providing personal or medical information to the Principal author does not create a physician patient relationship between you and the Principal author or authors. Nothing contained in this video or it’s description is intended to establish a physician patient relationship, to replace the services of a trained physician or health care professional, or otherwise to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should consult a licensed physician or appropriately credentialed health care worker in your community in all matters relating to your health.
About this video: Searching runny nose remedy? In this video, Advanced Medical Practitioner Abraham Khodadi, MPharm(Hons)IPresc MScACP shares how to stop a runny nose or get rid of a runny nose fast to instantly stop symptoms!