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Aromaforce nasal spray is a hypertonic solution associated with 100% organic essential oils recognized for their disinfecting, refreshing and soothing properties.
This product is used in the symptomatic treatment of nasal congestion, for example in case of rhinitis and rhinopharyngitis. Decongests and purifies the nose by eliminating mucus, the source of bacterial contamination, preventing the mucosa from drying out.
Suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women. Does not contain mint or menthol. This product is considered a medical device.
"With 100% organic essential oils*:
Mandravasarotra, Black Fir, Irradiated Eucalyptus, Ladaniferous Cistus, Cineola Myrtle, Rosat Geranium.
Enriched with propolis. "
* Organic agriculture ingredient (Certisys BE-BIO-01 control) - ECOGARANTIE ® product certified according to ECOGARANTIE specifications (CERTISYS control).
All about rhinitis
What is rhinitis?
Rhinitis is inflammation of the nasal mucosa that causes frequent dripping, sneezing, coughing, headache, tearing, itching and red eyes, for example.
It can be caused by:
It may vary according to the cause, and must be guided by a health professional.
How to treat:
anti-allergy medication, hygiene
cleaning of the environment and immunotherapy, in cases where drug treatment is not sufficient.
Symptoms of rhinitis
It can be originated by:
You should consult the doctor or allergist.
A blood test checks if the amount of IgE is high and an allergy test identifies which substances the subject is allergic to.
The diagnosis can be made from 5 years of age (before this age the results may be incorrect). If you suspect that the child has allergic rhinitis, you should try to identify the causes and keep the house well clean, free of dust, use hypoallergenic products, the child's sheets and clothes should be made of cotton. In the bedroom, avoid soft toys, rugs and curtains.
What is the difference between rhinitis, sinusitis and rhinosinusitis?
Rhinitis is inflammation of the nasal mucosa, which usually occurs in allergy, and which manifests itself with frequent sneezing, runny nose, watery eyes and a burning sensation in the eyes, nose and mouth.
Sinusitis is inflammation of the sinuses and is more associated with bacterial infections. The most characteristic symptoms of sinusitis are pain and heaviness in the head, usually due to the accumulation of secretions.
Rhinosinusitis corresponds to inflammation of the nasal mucosa and sinuses and has the same symptoms as sinusitis.
Types of rhinitis
Rhinitis can be classified into a few types according to the cause, the main ones being:
1. Allergic rhinitis: most common form of rhinitis. The main symptom is a runny nose, a transparent and low-quantity secretion. Constant or frequent.
To treat keep the individual away from what he has an allergy and use an antiallergic drug, such as Loratadine, for example. But this medication should not be used in an exaggerated way to avoid side effects and avoid long-term liver involvement. So it is important to discover the cause of the allergy so that it is eliminated and the individual no longer has the symptoms of rhinitis.
If the symptoms of allergic rhinitis persist for more than 3 months, it can be said that allergic rhinitis has progressed to chronic rhinitis. Check out the symptoms and treatment for chronic rhinitis.
2. Vasomotor rhinitis: inflammation of the nasal mucosa caused by changes in the individual's own nose, not caused by allergy. The nose is always running, but the allergy tests are always negative.
In this case, excess nasal secretion is caused by excessive dilation of blood and lymph vessels present inside the nose and, sometimes, the best treatment is surgery.
3. Medication rhinitis: self-medication is the cause (use of medication without proper medical guidance). This is the case with the nasal decongestant, used by many people, but which can cause irritation to the nasal mucosa when used frequently.
treatment for rhinitis
It depends on the cause, and it is important to follow the doctor's instructions.
If the cause is an allergy, remove what gives you allergy, keep your nose always very clean using nasal washes, and on the most critical days use an allergy medicine.
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