Almost everyone experiences a stuffy nose from time to time. Most often, this is caused by a cold. The common cold is caused by a virus that is most active during the fall and winter. A stuffy nose caused by the common cold generally only lasts for a short while. The nasal congestion is then resolved by itself.
A blocked nose may also be caused by factors that have nothing to do with the common cold virus. Allergic reactions to pet hairs, dust or pollen, for instance. Or one’s nose may react hypersensitively to external substances, without any underlying allergies at play. Especially in cases of hypersensitivity, Capsinol nasal spray may provide relief >>
A runny nose is highly uncomfortable. When the nose is producing too much mucous, a lot of fluid is also released. This fluid quickly runs from the nose – that’s why it’s called a runny nose. You experience personal discomfort, while those around you continually hear you snorting and sniffing.
There are various causes for a runny nose. It may be due to a cold, an allergy or a hypersensitive reaction on part of the nasal membranes. Often, a runny nose resolves itself. There is also, however, a significant amount of people that suffers from a chronic runny nose. This occurs especially in elderly people.
Capsinol nasal spray may provide a satisfying and effective solution to this problem. The hot pepper (capsaicin) in the nasal spray blocks the overactive nervous system and causes the fluid production to return to normal.
Nasal spray addiction
Capsinol nasal spray can help you in getting rid of your nasal spray addiction. Most (non-natural) nasal sprays should be used for no longer than a week. Prolonged use causes the nose to become dependent on the active substance xylometazoline or oxymetazoline. Capsinol nasal spray may be helpful in putting a stop to nasal spray dependency >>