Flu shots and sinus infection treatments are a must-have for anyone who has had a flare-up or infection.
If you have asthma or a history of sinus infections, you can try these treatments too.
If allergy is the problem, you should also consider treatment for flu allergies.
However, this is not a treatable allergy, so you need to be aware of the risks and take precautions.
You can check out some of our top 5 treatments below:If you’re experiencing severe symptoms or an increased chance of getting an allergic reaction to one of these treatments, contact your GP or get a referral to a specialist for allergy tests.
If you think you may have an atopic flare-ups or an infection, try the following treatments:Inhaler therapyIf you have been diagnosed with an atopy flare-out or an underlying medical condition, it may be wise to try this simple treatment.
This will help you to ease your symptoms and decrease the chance of a flare up or an atypical response.
It is best to use this method with caution and only use the inhaler if you can tolerate it.
If it does not work, you may need to use a nasal spray or patch.
The best way to know how much time you can use the inherner is to listen to a patient’s breathing.
If your symptoms have improved, you will need to increase your dosage.
The inhaler works best when you are lying down and in a relaxed state.
Your doctor will recommend a dose for you based on your symptoms.
If that dose does not fit you, you are encouraged to increase it.
Your breathing should become more regular and even deeper as the dose is increased.
The patchIn this method, you put on a patch or cream to relieve your symptoms, but only if you are able to do so without discomfort.
It can be worn for several hours a day, and you can keep it on for several weeks.
If this is uncomfortable for you, consider using a nasal mask.
The patches may also be worn with a nasal cloth or with a sock.
The patch may help with the symptoms, such as coughing and sneezing, as well as reducing swelling.
It may help to wear a mask while using it.
A nasal spray can help with some of the symptoms.
The nasal spray is best for severe symptoms, particularly if you have nasal allergies.
It does not treat the underlying condition and is unlikely to cure atopy.
It’s important to remember that these patches may be uncomfortable to wear and use for some people, especially if they have nasal symptoms.
A mask may also help.