Becocleanse Nasal Spray is a 100% natural solution made of seawater, used to relieve nasal congestion and swelling caused by colds, allergic rhinitis, and sinusitis, to make you breathe better. …read moreSee less
Not only can it soothe your discomfort, but it helps to eliminate nasal viruses and allergens, such as hay fever, so your nose stays clear and comfortable.
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How do you use Becocleanse?
It depends on which product you’re using. If you’re using Becocleanse Plus for a blocked nose due to a cold, allergic rhinitis or sinusitis, use it 2 to 3 times per day for a maximum of 6 times, spraying for a couple of seconds in each nostril. This spray may be used long-term for up to 2 months if you suffer from chronic rhinosinusitis and allergic rhinitis.
If you are using Becocleanse Daily for hygiene purposes or to prevent a nasal infection, use it 1 to 2 times per day, spraying for a couple of seconds in each nostril. If you are using it to relieve the symptoms of a cold, like a stuffy, blocked nose, use 4 to 6 times per day, spraying for a couple of seconds in each nostril.
Do I have hay fever or a cold?
It’s the middle of summer and you’re sniffing and sneezing and, frankly, feeling a bit gross.
But what’s going on here? Have you picked up an uncomfortable Summer cold, or are you suffering from hay fever?
There are a couple of ways to figure out what’s giving you the sneezes and the coughs, so let’s take a look at each condition and how you can tell them apart.
How do decongestants work?
A decongestant clears up congestion, helping you to breathe easier.
Congestion is caused when the blood vessels in your nose dilate, causing inflammation and discomfort.
Decongestant treatments help to narrow these blood vessels, and with the swelling reduced, it allows more air to pass through and the mucus to drain, providing relief for cold and flu symptoms.
What is the difference between cold and flu?
The symptoms for cold and flu are similar, so it can be hard to tell the difference.
But the best way to tell the difference is how well you’re able to go about your day.
If you have a cold, you won’t feel great, but you can probably go into work and go to the shops - if you have the flu, you will most likely be bedridden until the worst of it passes.
Cold symptoms appear gradually, whereas the flu is sudden.