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Beconase Hayfever Relief

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Beconase Hayfever Relief contains 0.05% of a medicine called Beclomethasone dipropionate, which has an anti-inflammatory action.

Beconase nasal spray is a treatment for hay fever symptoms, such as sneezing, itching and a blocked or runny nose. This medicine helps to reduce nasal inflammation and irritation caused by irritants, also this can help by reducing swelling and irritation in your nose, without making the user feel drowsy. 

 

1. What is it used for?

• Beconase nasal spray is a treatment for hay fever symptoms, such as sneezing, itching and a blocked or runny nose

2. How do you take it?

• Two sprays into each nostril every morning and evening
• You should not use more than 4 sprays in each nostril in a day

3. Who is it suitable for?

• Suitable for Adults and Children over the age of 6 years
• Not suitable if you are allergic to any of the ingredients within this medication
• Not suitable for children under the age of 6 years
• If you are pregnant, you would need to talk to your GP or doctor before taking this medicine

4. Possible side effects?

• Dry or painful nose or throat
• Bad nose bleeds
• Blurred vision
• Unpleasant taste and smell

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    Learn more about Beconase Hayfever Relief

    • 1. What is Beconase?

    • 2. How does it work?

    • 3. How is it used?

    • 4. How do you store it?

    Beconase Hayfever Relief Spray helps to reduce the swelling and irritation in the nose, to relieve the symptoms of itching, sneezing and a blocked or runny nose as a result of hay fever.

    Beconase Hayfever Relief for Adults 100 Doses contains an active ingredient called beclometasona dipropionate, also known as a corticosteroid. It works by stopping the cells in your nasal passages from releasing the chemicals that normally trigger allergic reactions.

    Adults and over 18 years:
    •Two sprays into each nostril every morning and evening
    • You should not use more than 4 sprays in each nostril in a day
    • You must use this medicine regularly for it to work
    • When your symptoms have improved you would be able to reduce the dose to one spray into each nostril morning and evening.
    • Do not stop taking this treatment even if you feel better unless your GP or doctor tells you to stop, because if you stop taking this medicine the symptoms may come back

    - Do not store in areas over the temperature of 30°C
    - Do not use a bottle that has been open for more than 3 months
    - Do not throw away normal household waste, contact a pharmacist to ask how to dispose of this safely
    - Keep away from frost and light

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    About Hayfever

    1. What is Hayfever?

    Hayfever is the condition by which the affected has an allergy to a certain type of pollen (or multiple pollens) which causes them to endure different symptoms such as sneezing, itchy eyes and a blocked nose. As a pollen allergy is the cause of hay fever, this condition tends to be a seasonal condition, affecting the highest number of people in the summer. Hay fever is a very common condition, affecting around 1 in 5 people in the UK.

    Symptoms of Hay Fever occur once a chemical called histamine is produced in the body. This is produced by the body when an individual comes into contact with pollen. Histamine is an antibody released to fight off the pollen.

    2. What causes Hayfever?

    Hayfever is a pollen triggered condition which has an allergic reaction with the body . A large percentage of people are not allergic to pollen at all, but do have an intolerance to some types of pollen. There are other types of pollen individuals can be allergic to such as tree pollen and weed pollen, both of these variants are at their highest concentration level in Summer/Spring. Although there is no specific reason as to why individuals are allergic to pollen and others are not, there are certain factors which are common in all Hay Fever sufferers that could potentially lead to the explanation. This includes being exposed to cigarettes (tobacco) at a young age, or having existing conditions such as asthma.

    3. How can I manage HayFever symptoms?

    Hayfever currently has no cure, however there are ways that you can manage your symptoms. Some Top Tips from Allergy UK on how to avoid allergic triggers include monitoring pollen forecasts daily, staying indoors where possible, showering and changing your clothes regularly on high pollen days, apply allergen barrier balm around the edge of each nostril to trap and block pollens and other allergens, and avoiding drying or washing clothes outside.

    More tips from Allergy Uk - https://www.allergyuk.org/news/managing-hayfever-symptoms-during-a-high-pollen-count/


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