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Azelastine drug commercial
Dr. Greg Abbas of Advanced ENT and Allergy discusses the proper technique for the use of nasal spray.
More from Rachael Ray: http://bit.ly/2dYuEc9 You know that awesome (read: gag-inducing) taste you get when you inhale your nasal spray? That’s because you’re not supposed to inhale it! Watch to see the right way to use it. For more follow the hashtag #RachaelRayShow
Nasal sprays can come in simple forms that simply moisturize the nose with saline, or they can contain a nasal decongestant that is meant to decrease swelling inside the nose. Discover why nasal sprays shouldn't be used more than three days in a row with help from a pediatrician in this free video on nasal sprays. Expert: David Hill Contact: www.capefearpediatrics.com Bio: Dr. David Hill is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics and vice president of Cape Fear Pediatrics in Wilmington, N.C. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
If you are having nasal problems and your symptoms are not going away, it could be a problem with your medicine. It is important to tell your doctors about all medications that you are on, even if it is just Tylenol or Motrin. The septum is the center part of the nose that separates the two holes. Some people are very sensitive to some nasal drugs, and cause bleeding and inflammation inside the nose. Dr. Dillard shows how to properly use Nasal Sprays. Visit http://www.sleepandsinuscenters.com/georgia or www.allergy-online.com for more information
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Education video about the use of Ocean Saline Nasal Spray