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Astepro Allergy Antihistamine Nasal Spray 60 Metered Sprays -- 0.37 oz

Astepro Allergy Antihistamine Nasal Spray 60 Metered Sprays
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Astepro Allergy Antihistamine Nasal Spray 60 Metered Sprays -- 0.37 oz

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Astepro Allergy Antihistamine Nasal Spray 60 Metered Sprays Description

  • Astepro Allergy is the first and only 24 hour, steroid-free nasal spray for allergy relief.

New! Antihistamine Nasal Spray. Full Prescription strength. Up to 24 hour relief for nasal congestion, runny nose, sneezing, itchy nose.

  • Alcohol-Free
  • Fragrance-Free
  • 60 Doses


Temporary relief for these symptoms due to hay fever or other upper respiratory allergies:

Nasal Congestion

Runny Nose


Itchy Nose


Read the user Guide for how to:

  • Prime the bottle before first use
  • Prime the bottle again if not used for 3 or more days
  • Use the spray
  • Clean the spray nozzle if it gets clogged

Adults and children 12 years and older: This product may be used either once or twice a day:

  • once daily: use 2 sprays in each nostril: or
  • twice daily: use 1 or 2 sprays in each nostril every 12 hours
  • do not use more than 4 sprays in each nostril in a 24 hour period

Children 6 years to 11 years:

  • an adult should supervise use
  • 1 spray in each nostril every 12 hours
  • do not use more than 2 sprays in each nostril in a 24 hour period

Children under 6 years: do not use.

Free Of
Steroid, alcohol, fragrance.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Active ingredient in each spray): Azelastine HCI 205.5 mcg (equivalent to 187.6 mcg azelastine) (Antihistamine).
Inactive Ingredients: Benzalkonium chloride, edetate disodium, hypromellose, purified water, sodium citrate, sorbitol, sucralose.

Warnings_x000D_ Only for use in the nose. Do not spray in eyes or mouth._x000D_ Do not use if you have ever had an allergic reaction to this product or any of its ingredients_x000D_ Ask a doctor before use if you_x000D_ · have had recent nose ulcers or nose surgery_x000D_ · have had a nose injury that has not healed_x000D_ When using this product_x000D_ · drowsiness may occur_x000D_ · avoid alcoholic drinks_x000D_ · alcohol, sedatives, and tranquilizers may increase drowsiness_x000D_ · be careful when driving a motor vehicle or operating machinery_x000D_ · you may get a bitter taste in your mouth. To help avoid this, tilt your head downward while spraying._x000D_ · nasal discomfort or sneezing may occur right after use_x000D_ · do not share this bottle with anyone else as this may spread germs_x000D_ Stop use and ask a doctor if_x000D_ · an allergic reaction, such as a skin rash, to this product occurs_x000D_ · you have severe or frequent nosebleeds_x000D_ If pregnant or breast-feeding, ask a health professional before use._x000D_ Keep out of reach of children. In case of overdose, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center_x000D_ right away.

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Your Nasal Passages Are Important. Here’s How to Take Care of Them.

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Neglecting nasal health can have uncomfortable consequences. Respiratory infections affect millions of Americans every year, and millions more suffer from nasal allergies. But if you know your nose—and how to take care of it—you can minimize respiratory symptoms and breathe easy.

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Nasal passages: structure and function

Good nasal health starts with your nasal passages, which are more complex than you might think. Inside your nose, a combination of cartilage and bone called the septum separates your two nostrils. Vibrissae, the hairs that line your nostrils, trap dirt, germs and other particles as air passes into the nasal cavity, The nasal cavity has two major regions: respiratory and olfactory. The respiratory region is the largest and contains a complex network of blood vessels warms and humidifies air before it travels to your lungs. Goblet cells secrete mucus add more humidity and trap particles that make it past the vestibule. Small hairs called cilia sweep the particles away to prevent them from moving down the respiratory tract. The olfactory region is located at the top of the nasal cavity and is lined with cells called the olfactory epithelium. Neurons within the epithelium contain receptors that bind with scent molecules in the air. The neurons send signals to the brain that register as smells. Nasal and facial bones make up the nasal cavity’s lateral wall. The lateral wall contains three structures of tissue and bone called turbinates with spaces known as meatus underneath. This complex network increases air temperature, raises moisture levels and affects the sound of your voice. Your sinuses and tear ducts also drain into this area, which is why your nose runs when you cry or have a respiratory infection.

Dysfunctions and diseases of the nasal cavity

Many conditions can irritate your nasal passages and nasal cavity:
  • Nosebleeds are commonly caused by dry air, nose picking or excessive nose blowing. Clotting disorders and medications like aspirin or anti-clotting drugs can also give you a bloody nose.
  • Infections can cause inflammation in your nasal passages. Known as rhinitis, this inflammation can spread to your sinuses and become sinusitis—a sinus infection. Symptoms include nasal stuffiness, nasal drainage, and facial pain.
  • Allergies can cause inflammation, sneezing and a runny nose when your immune system reacts to particles trapped in the nasal vestibule or cavity.
  • Polyps can form when you experience ongoing inflammation from infection, allergies or immune disorders. They may go away on their own or require surgery to remove. If polyps grow too large, they can block sinus drainage and increase your risk of sinus infections.
  • Smell disorders can occur if medications, injuries, toxins or infections damage your olfactory receptor cells. You may also experience a diminished sense of smell if you suffer from allergies or respiratory infections.

How to keep your nasal passages healthy

Since your nasal passages are the gateway to the rest of your respiratory tract, keeping them healthy can reduce your risk of disease or minimize symptoms if you do get sick. Try these tips to improve nasal health and prevent symptoms.

To moisturize and prevent nosebleeds:

  • Use a saline spray or spray gel daily
  • Use a humidifier to increase indoor humidity to between 40% and 60%
  • Drink water throughout the day, and avoid dehydrating beverages like soda, coffee and alcohol
  • Pour boiled water into a bowl, drape a towel over your head, and breathe in the vapor. Some research suggests that adding peppermint, eucalyptus or lavender essential oils to the water may ease inflammation.

To reduce allergy symptoms:

  • Use a saline spray, nasal rinse, or neti pot to flush particles and excess mucus from your nose
  • Clean your house regularly to remove dust, dirt and pet hair
  • Use an air purifier to filter out allergens
  • Try a reishi mushroom supplement

To minimize inflammation:

  • Remove ultra-processed and high-sugar foods from your diet
  • Cut out dairy if it gives you respiratory symptoms
  • Eat anti-inflammatory foods like fruits, vegetables and whole grains
  • Quit smoking if you smoke
  • Try bromelain or quercetin supplements to relieve symptoms of sinusitis or allergies
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