Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, is manifested by an inflammatory reaction in the mucosa of the nose that occurs upon its contact with certain allergens: pollen, chemicals in the atmosphere, cigarette smoke, etc. The patient with hay fever has the sensation of a stuffy nose and as a result may breathe with difficulty.
In the case of allergic rhinitis (hay fever), the most common symptoms are:
Nasal secretions that drain on the posterior walls of the throat can cause a sore or scratchy throat or trigger a chronic irritant cough.
The therapy with dry microparticles of salt with controlled characteristics works in patients with allergic rhinitis as follows:
SaltMed can be used safely by patients with heart and kidney disease because the salt is not absorbed into the bloodstream from the lung.
There is no risk of overdose with SaltMed therapy and there are no interactions with other drugs. SaltMed therapy for allergic rhinitis (hay fever) is performed as an adjunct to the therapy prescribed by the doctor.
People diagnosed with atrophic rhinitis does not benefit from SaltMed therapy.
We recommend to use SaltMed for one and a half hours a day during the first two weeks of treatment, then reduce this to one hour a day.
Ideally, you should not encounter allergens during therapy, but this is difficult to achieve. For this reason, may not be easy to specify the exact duration of treatment. Although the benefits are observed from the first weeks of therapy, at least 4 months of treatment are recommended to achieve a steady effect of decreased sensitivity to allergens.
In allergic rhinitis (hay fever), N or L type SaltMed cartridges can be used.
Catalina Mariana Botea
SaltMed has helped me a lot in respiratory and allergic diseases, the recovery period being shorter and the symptoms visibly alleviated by its use. It's worth a try, especially in the season of the viroses.