Spring in March
is a good time to appreciate flowers.
are embraced by flowers with freshness and beauty in spring.
sneezing constantly, sneezing in spring! Sneezing!
With sniffles and tears
This is the pain that almost all allergic rhinitis patients have experienced. Nose is the body's first gateway to contact with the outside world. The second Saturday of April each year is the "national nose day". In the season getting warmer, bacteria, pollen and willow catkins in air may cause allergic rhinitis.
What's allergic rhinitis?
Allergic rhinitis is the most common form of non-infectious rhinitis. A series of nasal symptoms induced by allergen and mediated by IgE, are also known as allergic rhinitis.
Seasonal allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, which is caused by pollen allergy symptoms, mainly including nasal itching, sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion, etc., The above symptoms and itching eyes are known as allergic conjunctivitis.
What are symptoms of allergic rhinitis?
Symptoms of allergic rhinitis include: paroxysmal sneezing, runny nose (water nose), itchy and stuffy nose, pharyngeal itching, coughing, wheezing, itchy skin, etc.
The onset of symptoms may be caused by exposure to animal fur, dust, pollen and climate change, and may occur year-round or in distinct season.
How should you treat allergic rhinitis?
❂ Avoid contacting allergens
Avoid contact with known allergens.
❂ Drug therapy
Currently, glucocorticoids, antihistamine drugs, decongestants, anticholinergic drugs, leukotriene receptor antagonists and mast cell stabilizers are main medicines for allergic rhinitis.
Glucocorticoid drug is a first-line drug for the treatment of allergic rhinitis, mainly nasal spray and oral administration. It can reduce vascular permeability, inhibit the survival and activation of inflammatory cells, inhibit the production of inflammatory mediators and cytokines, and thus inhibit the inflammatory process at multiple levels through multiple ways.
For the new generation of nasal topical glucocorticoid sprays like budesonide, fluticasone, momethasone, etc., the local utilization is high, adverse effect on whole body and part is low, it has good effect to nose itching, runny nose, sneezing and nasal congestion and the clinical application is wide.
Budesonide Nasal Spray (Beishounin)
[Merits of medicine]
Budesonide nasal spray (Beishounin) has a unique esterification effect and excellent pharmacokinetic properties It can be quickly dissolved in the air passage, effectively maintain topical drug concentration and realize faster and long-lasting anti-inflammatory action.
Budesonide Nasal Spray has been recommended as the first-line first-choice drug for the treatment of allergic rhinitis by domestic and foreign authoritative guidelines  and the only Class B drugs  during pregnancy approved by American FDA.
[Usage and dosage]
Adults and children over 6 years old: once a day on the morning, two dosages for each nostril per time or use the drug by two times on the morning or evening. When the symptoms are improved and stable, the dosage can be reduced to the minimum dosage that can control the symptom.
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2. Herman H, et al. Once-daily administration of intranasal corticosteroids for allergic rhinitis: A comparative review of efficacy, safety, patient preference, and cost. Am J Rhinol 2007; 21(1):70-79.