Has a nose poured: what to do to get rid of a cold more quickly?
We all suffer from nasal congestion from time to time. Who is more often, who is rarer, but knows firsthand about it every person. So, put a nose, what to do? First you need to establish the cause. The most common of these is colds or ARVI.
Let us consider each group in more detail. Swelling of the mucous membrane, because of which there is a sense of nasal congestion, can be removed with the help of vasoconstrictive drugs. Usually, sprays or drops in the nose are used for this purpose. Relief of the condition occurs almost immediately, but you can not use them more often 2-3 times a day and longer than 5 days. Give preference to droplets on a plant basis, they are slower to act, but do not become addictive and do not hurt the mucosa so much.
You picked up the ARVI and laid your nose? What to do in this situation? When the cause lies in the virus, you can use complex cold preparations that act as anti-inflammatory, antiviral and vasoconstrictor immediately. These can be tablets or powders. With caution, they should be used in cores and hypertensive patients. And yet locally acting drops in the nose and sprays help to be more effective and safer.
In the morning, the nose is laid? With chronic difficulty breathing, you can use folk methods. Cook two eggs, wrap in handkerchiefs and warm up, pressing them to both sides of the nose. Cooled eggs will go to breakfast, and you noticeably feel better. You can use heated salt or sand in tissue bags. Constantly massage the nose. This is useful not only when you are already sick, but also for prevention.
It is especially offensive when the nose is stuffy in the summer. In the street heat, but here you need to be treated. To quickly restore labored breathing, you can combine the reception of pharmaceuticals and folk methods. The main thing is not to overdo it. And still it is better to seek advice from a doctor, especially if the improvement does not occur long. Suddenly, the disease is more serious than you think.
Well, most importantly - do not get cold! Dress in the weather and try not to contact sick people.</ p>>