If you’re struggling with your allergies, a nasal spray may help to relieve your symptoms.
If your nose is blocked, try a decongestant spray; it can shrink the swollen blood vessels in your nose that cause congestion, leaving your airways clear so you can breathe easily.
An antihistamine spray typically causes less drowsiness than its tablet counterpart and is a good solution to ease congestion, itchiness and sneezing.
Finally, there are steroid nasal sprays, which are often the best nasal spray for allergies such as (but not limited to) hay fever.
They help to alleviate a runny nose, watery eyes, congestion, sneezing and itching, but it can take up to a week to notice a difference.