Anyone with nasal allergies of any kind understands how miserable you can be, I have noticed over the years my allergies have become more severe for me? I used to be able to get by using a saline nasal spray when my allergies flared up, but the past few years I have had to go to more severe treatment for my allergies has become chronic for me all year round?
The Food & Drug administration has approved Nasacort AQ and Flonase steroid nasal sprays for over-the-counter use, you could only get these nasal sprays in the past with a prescription from your physician? Is this really a good thing or not for people who suffer with chronic allergies, and since you can get these over-the-counter now you will not be monitored by your physician as before?
Nasal Steroid Spray Uses
- Allergic Rhinitis Hay Fever
- Reduces Inflammation
- Eliminates Nasal Congestion
- Runny Nose No More
- No More Sneezing
Oral Antihistamine Sprays
- Nasal Saline
- Allergy Injections
Symptoms of allergic rhinitis can be similar to other ailments which affects your nasal passages, you really should consult your physician to be sure your symptoms are allergy related?
- Sinus Infections
- Viral Colds
- Chronic Sinus Inflamation
- Sinus Polyps
- Rare Cases Of Cancer
Nasal Steroid Spray Risks
- Nose Bleeds
- Growth Restriction In Children
Be sure to avoid spraying into the middle of your nose to avoid negative effects to the septum bone which separates your nostrils, you really should consider consulting with your physician before using any steroid nasal sprays and be monitored regularly?
American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology Recommended Nasal Sprays
- Flonase Sensimist
- Flonase Nasal Spray
- Nasacort AQ
- Family Health Specials
- Best Medication For Hay Fever
- Food Allergies & Intolerances
- One Stop Family Shop
What Is On My Mind Today?
Our immune systems are really out of whack today, so many people experience severe allergy related issues which require the use of steroid nasal sprays? I am one of those who must use the nasal steroid spray daily, but I do recommend you consult your physician and be monitored regularly if you are in need of these nasal sprays?
- American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology
- Nasal Antihistamines & Decongestants
- Claritin Allergy Relief
- Non-Prescription Allergy Relief Nasal Sprays
- Different Types Of Intranasal Steroids For Chronic Rhinosinusitis