Wednesday, September 19, 2012

What its Rhinorrea?

Rhinorrhea is a quite frequent condition that can be present at very early ages and is not usually considered dangerous.

It occurs when nasal tissues and blood vessels produce excess fluid or mucous that runs out of your nose or down the back of your throat. Runny nose can be caused by a cold, influenza, allergies to such things as dust, pollen or pet dander, or as a response to irritants such as tobacco smoke.
Some people have a chronically runny nose for no apparent reason, a condition called no allergic rhinitis.


Rhinorrhea is one of the symptoms involved in rhinosinusitis and it is normally accompanied by nasal congestion, facial pain/pressure and loss or reduction of smell
It is always advisable to visit your doctor to know what causes your “runny nose”.
In case you have rhinosinusitis, you can use Nasodren (read the product information leaflet before using it)

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