Nasal sprays are liquid medications that are sprayed into the nostrils. They’re used to help reduce nasal congestion (stuffiness). Congestion is a common symptom of allergies or a cold.
While nasal congestion can be treated with an over-the-counter nasal spray, it is not as simple to use as it may appear. Most people thinking that the right way to use the nasal spray is to spray it directly up the middle point of the nose. That will only irritate the
So here’s how to correctly use the nasal spray
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1. Shake the bottle
2. Test the spray. Press a few times to see if the spray works properly.
3. The ‘X’ mark. This is important. If you’re using your right hand to spray, you should spray it in your left nose and if you’re using your left hand, spray it into your right nose.
4. Your aim is to spray at the Maxillary Sinus or the part which is beside your nose. To do that, tilt the spray towards your eye and then spray. Spraying in an upright position will cause the medication to flow to your throat.
5. Also, don’t tilt your head upwards when spraying.