Drixine Nasal Spray relieves stuffy noses

Have you noticed how cold the weather has become lately? My husband and I have been sleeping without the aircon on because it's cold already especially during the wee hours of the morning. Unknown to us, our boy still sleeps with the aircon in his room switched on. I don't know why but he's such a warm-blooded body. I reminded him that he'll have his nose clogged up in no time if he continues making his room's temperature equal to that of our refrigerator's. Well, waddaya know, he did get his nose clogged up!

A stuffy nose is bothersome during sleeping time. I found Drixine Nasal Spray to be the faster way to relieve stuffy nose compared to taking an oral decongestant. In less than an hour, my boy's nose was decongested and he was able to sleep soundly after that. Drixine contains 0.05% Oxymetazoline which, when sprayed inside the nostrils, decreases inflammation and swelling of the nasal passages. Just 2 sprays were all that was needed and no more stuffy nose even when he woke up the morning after.

Drixine Nasal Spray can be administered to kids 6 years and above. There's also no need for a prescription from your doctor since it's an over-the-counter medication. Although it is recommended to spray 3 times per nostril, I just sprayed it once. Excess solution went down his throat and mouth through the nasal passages and my boy found it to be salty.

Just a word of caution, though. Drixine Nasal Spray may not be used longer than 3 days. Users should also not exceed the recommended dosage which is 2-3 sprays in each nostril in the morning and in the evening.

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