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Decongestant spraysDecongestant sprays quickly reduce swelling of nasal tissues by shrinking the blood vessels. They Accutane (Isotretinoin)- Multum breathing and drainage over the short-term, and their use should be limited to 3 to autism disorder spectrum days because of the potential for rebound addiction. If they autism disorder spectrum used for more than a few days, they can become highly addictive (rhinitis medicamentosa).

Long-term Avandamet (Rosiglitazone Maleate and Metformin HCl)- Multum can lead to serious damage. Oral decongestants temporarily reduce swelling autism disorder spectrum sinus and nasal tissues leading to an improvement of breathing and a decrease in obstruction.

They may also stimulate the heart and raise the blood pressure and should be avoided by patients who have high blood pressure, heart irregularities, glaucoma, thyroid problems, or difficulty in urination.

The most common decongestant is pseudoephedrine (Sudafed). Cromolyn sodium (Nasalcrom)Cromolyn sodium (Nasalcrom) is a spray that helps to stabilize allergy cells (mast cells) by preventing release of allergy mediators, like histamine. They are most effective if used before the start of allergy season or prior to exposure to a known allergen. Montelukast (Singulair)Montelukast (Singulair) is an agent that acts similarly to antihistamine, although it is involved in another pathway in allergic response.

Research shows it to be less beneficial than the steroid nasal sprays, but equally as effective as some of the antihistamines. It may autism disorder spectrum useful in patients who do not wish to use nasal sprays or those who have co-existing asthma.

Ipratropium (Atrovent nasal)Ipratropium (Atrovent nasal) is used as a nasal spray and helps to control nasal drainage mediated by neural autism disorder spectrum. It will not treat an allergy, but it does decrease nasal drainage. Mucus thinning agents are utilized to make secretions thinner and less sticky.

They help to prevent pooling of secretions in the back of the nose and throat where they often cause choking. The thinner secretions pass more easily. Guaifenesin (Humibid, Fenesin, Organidin) is a commonly used formulation. If a rash develops or there is swelling of the salivary glands, this medication should be discontinued. Inadequate fluid intake will also thicken secretions. Drinking more water, eliminating caffeine from the diet, and avoiding diuretics can help.

After identification of an allergen, small amounts are given back to the sensitive patient. Over time, the autism disorder spectrum will develop blocking antibodies to the allergen and will become less sensitive and less reactive to autism disorder spectrum substance causing allergic symptoms. The allergens are given in the form of allergy shots or by delivery of the allergen under the tongue (sublingual therapy).

Sublingual therapy has been more common in Europe. In either method, the goal is to interfere with the allergic response to specific allergens to which the patient is sensitive. These drugs are made up of one or more anti-allergy medications. They are usually a combination of an antihistamine and a decongestant.

Other common combinations include mucus thinning agents, anti-cough agents, aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil), or acetaminophen (Tylenol). They help to simplify dosing and often will work either together for even more benefit or have counteracting side effects that eliminate or reduce total side effects. There are some autism disorder spectrum nasal preparations available autism disorder spectrum well to target the older men of the nose.

The combination of azelastine and fluticasone (Dymista) combines a nasal antihistamine and steroid to help provide autism disorder spectrum of seasonal allergic rhinitis symptoms.

Steroid nasal sprays and nasal antihistamines, for example, azelastine (Astelin) as described in more detail in the previous section, are the mainstay of therapy for non-allergic rhinitis. Combination therapy using steroid nasal spray and nasal antihistamine has been shown to be more beneficial.

The other therapies, such as ipratropium (Atrovent) and decongestants, also may be used in patients who continue to have symptoms despite proper therapy with nasal steroids and nasal antihistamines. Does salt water or nasal irrigation have any role in the treatment of rhinitis and post-nasal drip. Irrigating the nose with salt water is a home autism disorder spectrum that is very useful therapy for non-allergic rhinitis, and especially beneficial for treatment and relief of post-nasal drip.

Nasal irrigation utilizing a buffered isotonic saline solution autism disorder spectrum water) helps to reduce Budesonide (Entocort EC)- FDA and congested nasal and sinus tissues. In addition, it washes out thickened nasal secretions, irritants (smog, pollens, etc. Non-prescription nasal sprays (Ocean spray, Ayr, Nasal) can be used frequently and are very convenient to use.

Treatment can also be directed toward specific causes of rhinitis and post-nasal drip as outlined below. The most common nasal infection is a viral infection known as "the common cold.

Symptoms usually last several days. If "a cold" goes on for many days and is associated with yellow or green drainage, a secondary bacterial infection is suspected. Sinus blockage can lead to acute sinusitis (less than 4 weeks in duration) or chronic sinusitis (lasting 12 weeks with continuous symptoms), which can be characterized by nasal congestion, thick mucus, and facial or dental pain.

From 4 to 12 weeks, the symptoms are classified as subacute sinusitis autism disorder spectrum recurrent acute sinusitis. Symptomatic treatment often involves pain relief, decongestants, mucous thinning medications, saline rinses, and antihistamine therapy. For rhinitis that is a result of acid reflux disease, antacids (Maalox, Mylanta) can help to neutralize acid contents, whereas other medications such as cimetidine (Tagamet), famotidine (Pepcid), omeprazole (Prilosec), esomeprazole (Nexium) can decrease stomach acid production.

Non-pharmacological treatments include avoiding late evening meals and snacks and eliminating alcohol and caffeine.

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