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Runny nose can be something following a common cold episode and this is the most common reason people have runny nose in the first place. For that, you can blame various viruses, especially rhinoviruses. Sinus infections are also very likely to provoke similar nose problems. However, you may have sinus infection and still no runny nose – that simply depends on a person.

Weather changes may bring runny nose to some people. Most of people get sick in the wintertime, when the viruses can easily spread among people confined indoors. Springtime is also “beneficial” for many pollen-sensitive noses and may cause runny nose problems. Allergies of different kinds including hypersensitivity to various pollen or flowers, dust or even perfumes can also be blamed for runny nose in some patients.

Prevent Runny Nose

Sometimes, you can avoid getting a runny nose. Avoid eating ice creams and don’t drink extremely cold water. Smoking irritates your nose and lungs and can cause runny nose as well, so this is another reason to stop smoking or avoid smoke at any costs.

Make sure to be warm at all times, since low body temperature is confirmed to trigger common cold and thus lead to runny nose and other unpleasant symptoms. You should also be aware that air conditioners set to low temperatures may provoke similar problems so avoid these as well.

Precaution measures are recommended for everyone, since in some cases common cold might not be what it seems but serious case of flu. You can wait for several days (up to 4 days) for the cold to resolve or respond to the treatments, but if it doesn’t make sure to visit and consult your doctor about it.

Resolve Runny Nose

Herbal remedies are always claimed to be better choice than medications for the problem with runny nose, at least. Many of the things which might be helpful for your runny nose you can find right in your kitchen so use them.

Steam inhalation is found to be extremely helpful with runny nose.

Try solution made of water and some salt (a tablespoon of salt in approximately one glass of water). Use it as nose drops and blow your nose after that.

Chew a piece of ginger to resolve runny nose.

Use humidifiers in the house to prevent dryness of the nose. To make sure your body is well hydrated, drink plenty of lukewarm water, milk, soups and herbal teas.

You should identify which allergens cause runny nose and other symptoms. Avoid these if you can or at last cover the nose and mouth when you are near these substances.

Nasal decongestants are drugs frequently used for runny nose but one should always be careful not to use too much of these because of the side effects.

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