Last updated on June 12th, 2017 at 02:19 pm
Saline nasal spray moistens your nasal membranes so that you can clear your passages and breathe easier. The product has no drugs or harsh chemicals in it, so you can use it frequently without worrying about saline nasal spray side effects. Many brands of nasal saline spray are on the market, so you can choose your favorite brand.
What is saline nasal spray used for?
Rexall Saline Nasal Moisturizing Spray and other brands of saline nasal spray are used to treat dryness in nasal passages. Use the product if you have overused decongestant nasal spray or have irritation related to low humidity environments, colds, and allergies. Often, your doctor will ask you to use saline nasal spray after you have nasal surgery.
Can I use saline nose spray in my eyes?
CPG Health does not recommend the use of saline nasal spray in your eyes. Saline solution, however, is used to moisten contact lenses. Although saline spray is basically a saltwater solution, it is diluted, so it probably can be used in the eye without causing indication. Before putting saline nasal spray in your eyes, however, you should discuss your proposed action with your eye doctor.
How do you take nasal spray?
When you buy Rexall Saline Nasal Moisturizing Spray, take it by squeezing the bottle twice in each nostril. You have three options for doing this:
– When you squeeze the bottle in the upright position, the product comes out as a mist.
– When you squeeze the bottle in a horizontal position, the product enters your nose as a stream.
– When you squeeze the bottle upside down, the product comes out in drops.
Now that you know how to use saline nasal spray, you can get the relief you deserve.
Rexall Saline Nasal Moisturizing Spray ingredients
Rexall Saline Nasal Spray contains purified water, sodium chloride 0.65%, disodium phosphate, phenylcarbinol, monosodium phosphate, benzalkonium chloride.
What is Ocean Nasal Spray used for?
Ocean is a brand of saline nasal spray. Ocean Saline Nasal Spray works the same way as Rexall Saline Nasal Moisturizing Spray. It is used to moisten the nasal passages. Simply Saline nasal spray is another popular brand. Choose the best saline nasal spray that appeals to you.
Saline Nasal Spray: More Information
You should avoid saline solution sprays if you happen to be allergic to any of its ingredients. For the most part, the spray should contain sterile water with a standard saline solution. It rinses and moisturizes nostrils, helping you feel better naturally, without harsh chemicals or drugs. You can buy the product, or you can make your own saline spray.
If you have known medical conditions, you should ask your doctor before using saline nasal spray. Although severe reactions seem unlikely, you should always err on the side of caution.
Pregnant women and women who plan to get pregnant or currently breastfeed should discuss the use of saline nasal spray with their doctor or pharmacist.
Anyone taking any form of medicine (prescription or OTC) should also consult a pharmacist or doctor before using nasal spray saline. Similarly, anyone using herbal preparations or dietary supplements should make sure they do not risk any undesired indications before using the product. No known drug interactions affect the product, but you should always get answers to your questions before using any OTC or prescription product.
Saline Nasal Spray: Proper Use
Saline solution has only a few rare side effects. If you think you have an adverse reaction to the product, discontinue use and call your doctor. If necessary, visit the emergency room. You should never take risks with your health and well-being.
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