Best treatment to keep vasomotor rhinitis under control?

Nasal steroids or. Nasal antihistamines. These require a prescription in the us.
It is difficult to. Keep vasomotor rhinitis since it is related to the environment /weather changes . The best approach would be try to protect your self during the cold season .

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Whatv are the causes and treatments used for vasomotor rhinitis pls?

Irritation. The diagnosis of vasomotor rhinitis is made when allergies have been ruled out. It is triggered by irritation of the nasal mucosa often by odors and other environmental triggers such as changes in the barometric pressure. First line treatment would be a nasal steroid spray. Read more...

Are there any successful treatments for vasomotor rhinitis and associated coughing durig peak pollen when nasal sprays/antihista./inhalers do not work

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When I play my ps2, I get a stuffy / runny nose. So is this vasomotor rhinitis?

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No but. Vasomotor rhinitis cannot be cured but can be controlled. See your doctor re. A nasal antihistamine spray and see if this helps. Read more...
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