How can I stop nasal drip?

Depends. Nasal drip can be from many causes. Allergies are high on the list. Some get this with cold weather. Some get it with a cold. Some a condition called vaso-motor rhinitis. See your pcp or allergist and get checked. Antihistamines may help. Certain nasal sprays (atrovent) may help. Nasal steroids may help. You may need immunotherapy (allergy shots). Avoid the cold.
Nasal drip. Depends on the cause. It can be due to several conditions e.g. Allergy or irritation. See your doctor to determine the cause and advise you on proper treatment.

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