Antihistamines such as Allergy medications (benadryl, zyrtec, cleratine, allegra, etc) do help temporarily by shutting down the mucus production.
I've had post nasal drip for over 5 years now, it makes you cough in the mornings and sometimes gets pretty uncomfortable. I use antihistamines however I pretty much would have to use it all the time lol
so I found that sinus flush have been working for me.
You go to Amazon, or to local pharmacy (cvs, wallgreens, even Walmart) and you buy either nasal irrigator or what I found works better nasal syringe.
You fill it with warm water, and slowly squeeze the water in one of your nostrils, (make sure it doesn't leak from the same nostril).
Squeeze the water slowly, you will feel as the water fills all your sinus cavities and after a couple seconds as you squeeze starts dripping from the other nostril -that's what you want because it means it reached all the sinuses and now flushes all the bacteria and mucus out.
Now there is that moment when the water goes up your nose to the sinuses, that moment sucks cuz always gives me a headache (it's the same feeling if water gets up your nose in the pool or lake), but when you get past that its ok (you can adjust your head tilt, I found that it depends on your head position).
Make sure the water comes out thru the other nostril....
As much as the allergy pills help you temporarily, you can use it as a adition to those.
I have been using it once a day or once every few days for about 5 minutes from one nostril to another, and so far don't have to take allergy pills at all, my sinus feels very clear and less dripy, no cough in the mornings either.
It didn't eliminate completely the nasal drip but reduced it so I don't notice that and no flem or the bacteria in there anymore cuz they all com out with the water....
So far it works well :)
It is highly possible that post nasal drip can be affecting the way that you breathe hile you are sleeping. Post nasal drip can cause an obstruction and a blockage in your air passage way. It is also very likely that a person that has post nasal drip has sinus congestion which further obstructs the air passage ways. This can cause snoring and even sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a condition that occurs when you have difficulties breathing when you are sleeping. it can havea signficant impact on your life as it disrupts your sleep and can lead to serious health risks. You should treat your post nasal drip in order to avoid these problems. I know of two products that help treat post nasal drip- sinuswars2 and mucinex. There are probably many more, which your pharmacist should be able to help you with.
take some claritin
Post nasal drip, if infective and not just allergy-related, can cause bad breath. Bacterial and viral sinus infections have particular odors associated with them depending on the "bug." The clear secretions of post nasal drip often do not have any "bad" odor. Some clear secretions can be caused by a fungus which may have an odor.
Here are the best ones:Sterile saline - salt water - either nasal spray or a Neti pot rinse. Rinse your sinuses out good at least once a day and it will help stop the drip.Allergy medication, especially the once-a-day type like loratadine or cetirizine or fexofenadine. Post nasal drip is usually caused by allergies.Decongestants - this is third on the list because it really doesn't stop the cause of the drip, but it does help. WARNING: do NOT use decongestants if you have high blood pressure or prostate problems.
Nose and throat glands continually produce one to two quarts of mucus a day. This moistens and cleans the nasal membranes, humidifies air, traps and clears inhaled foreign matter, and fights infection. Although mucus is usually swallowed unconsciously, the feeling that it is accumulating in the throat or dripping from the back of the nose is called post-nasal drip. Post-nasal drip can be caused by excessive or thick secretions by throat muscle or by swallowing disorders.
Google... "Post Nasal Drip" and "Tonsilloth" or "Tonsil Stones"
Crust at the nostril occurs when you have post-nasal drip. Post-nasal drip occurs when you have a common cold. There is usually a lot of phlegm, or mucus in your throat. So, when you sleep, mucus drips out of your nose, or boogers. They are wet when they come out, and harden as you sleep.
Post nasal drip can irritate the nasal lining and cause sores.
can levaquin and allegra be taken together, and will it stop my post nasal drip
Your obviously sick...go to the doctor! end of story!
If one is suffering from post nasal drip it can be very uncomfortable. Some things that can be done to reduce the symptoms are gargling with salt water, drink a lot of water, try taking a decongestant and try to remain in a humid environment.
Depending on the context, PND may stand for Paroxysmal Nocturnal Dyspnea, Post Natal Depression, or Post Nasal Drip.
A sore throat may be a sympton of a sinus infection if there is a lot of post nasal drip.
Depends on the amount of post nasal drip, sinus infection, allergies, etc.
Unless it's not coming from post nasal drip, you shouldn't have blood in your saliva. I would see your doctor.
There is a nasal spray called Ocean (don't buy the generic versions.. they contain ingredients that are irritating). It consists of salt water, and is used to irrigate and heal the nasal passages. It works quite well for the problem you described and is recommended by many doctors.
Yes if you have an infection. When you go to bed try proping up two pillows so you are laying on your back or side and allowing the nasal drip to hit the back of your throat. Drink lots of water and keep a glass of water by your bedside. Nasal drip can cause snoring to dry mouth and thus bacteria forms. It's best to see your doctor and get something for it.
If the sinus infection is causing drainage in the throat (aka post-nasal drip) then the person will cough it up and/or gag on it.
Yes, this mostly happens in people who have a chronic sinus infection.
Symptoms of hay fever include runny nose, nasal congestion, itching of the nose and post-nasal drip. As well it involves an inflammation and irritation of the nasal passages. Most people also have symptoms of Non Allergic Rhinitis with these symptoms.
The liquid that is building up at the back of the throat is actually mucus (sometime referred to as phlegm). This symptom is known as post nasal drip. Post Nasal Drip results due to your body being unable to get rid of mucus regularly, usually due to nasal or sinus congestion. Thus the mucus is forced down the back of the throat. When the mucus become trapped in the sinuses/nose it gets thicker, and it is this thicker tenacious mucus that is getting stuck on the back of your throat. You can try mucinex or sinuswars2 to treat this problem. Post Nasal Drip foten also causes throat irritation, throat infection and chronic coughs.
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