Nasal congestion or a stuffy nose
A stuffy nose is a common occurrence and is caused by inflamed blood vessels in the sinuses, usually triggered by a cold, the flu, allergies, or a sinus infection. The common cold is caused by a virus that is most active during the colder months. Although it can be very inconvenient, it generally only lasts for a short while and the nasal congestion is then resolved by itself.
Allergies have nothing to do with the cold, and allergic reactions can be triggered by pet hairs, dust or pollen. It might even be that the nose reacts hypersensitively to external substances, without any underlying allergies at play.
Especially in cases of hypersensitivity, Capsinol nasal spray may provide relief >>
We all know how uncomfortable a runny nose can be. 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. Whilst you may experience personal discomfort, it usually also affects those around you who continually hear you snorting and sniffing.
There are various causes for a runny nose. A cold, an allergy or a hypersensitive reaction on part of the nasal membranes can all contribute. Although a runny nose can resolves itself, there are however a significant amount of people suffering from a chronic runny nose and it can for instance often cause great discomfort to elderly people.
Capsinol nasal spray may provide a satisfying and effective solution to this problem. The hot pepper (capsaicin) blocks the overactive nervous system and causes the fluid production to return to normal.
Nasal spray addiction
For many people suffering from a nasal spray dependency, Capsinol nasal spray can help break this addiction. Most (non-natural) nasal sprays should not be used for longer than a week. Prolonged use of the active substance xylometazoline or oxymetazoline can cause the nose to become dependent. Capsinol can provide relief.
Capsinol nasal spray may be helpful in putting a stop to nasal spray dependency >>