Nasal spray sine AL 1 mg / ml nasal spray, solution
Xylometazoline hydrochloride 0.5 mg / ml solution
For use in adults, adolescents and children over 6 years.
Active ingredient: xylometazoline hydrochloride.
For the decongestion of the nasal mucous membrane in the event of a runny nose, runny nose (rhinitis vasomotorica), allergic rhinitis (allergic rhinitis). To facilitate the discharge of secretions in the case of inflammation of the paranasal sinuses and catarrh of the tubular middle ear in connection with rhinitis. If you don't feel better or even worse after 7 days, contact your doctor.
For NASAL SPRAY information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
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NASENSPRAY SINE AL
1mg / ml nasal spray without preservatives • With the active ingredient xylometazoline • Helps to free the nasal congestion from sinus infections, colds and allergies • Decongestant, expectorant and moisturizing • For children aged For 2 to 6 years, the NASENSPRAY SINE AL 0.05% is recommended. Help with colds
Every adult Briton has a cold on average four times a year when they catch a cold. Even those suffering from hay fever know the typical symptoms: the nasal mucous membrane swells, produces viscous mucus and breathing becomes increasingly difficult. An effective nasal spray can provide lasting relief from these symptoms. With the active ingredient xylometazoline, NASENSPRAY SINE AL can be recommended for particularly sensitive noses, as it does not contain any preservatives. The active ingredient xylometazoline can cause the mucous membrane to swell and thus quickly clear the nose again. It also contains sea water.
Has a decongestant effect
If there is an intolerance to preservatives, the runny nose needs a nasal spray without preservatives. The active ingredient xylometazoline is used both for colds and allergic rhinitis to decongest the nasal mucous membrane.
Before using for the first time, press the spray attachment down several times until a uniform spray mist is produced. In the following applications, the nasal spray is already functional the first time you pump it. Unless otherwise prescribed by a doctor, adults and schoolchildren give one spray of NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml into each nostril up to 3 times a day. The bottle must be held upright during use. Press the spray opening down vigorously once and breathe in gently through your nose while spraying. For reasons of hygiene, the nasal spray should only be used by one person. With a cold
Frequent sneezing and a runny or blocked nose occur not only with colds and flu-like infections, but also with allergies such as hay fever and house dust allergies. NASAL SPRAY SINE AL can relieve these symptoms quickly and permanently.
For sinusitis If you have a cold, the sinuses can become inflamed. In specialist circles this is called sinusitis. Acute sinusitis usually goes away on its own after a few weeks. Medicines can be used to support the healing process, which make the mucous membrane swell. Suitable for allergy sufferers Cold noses that are sensitive to preservatives require a preservative-free nasal spray such as the NASAL SPRAY SINE AL. Frequently asked questions and answers
How long can the NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml be kept after opening?
NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml is stable for up to 12 months after opening. The medicine should not be used after the expiry date printed on the packaging and bottle label.
Is the NASAL SPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml also suitable for small children?
NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml is not suitable for children under 6 years of age. For children between the ages of 2 and 6 we recommend the SINE AL 0.05% NASAL SPRAY.
Can you become addicted to NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml?
If the dosage recommendation is observed, a habituation effect is unlikely. The NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml should not be used for longer than 7 days without consulting a doctor. If another treatment with NASENSPRAY SINE AL 1mg / ml becomes necessary, this should only be done after a break of several days.
Can you get vaccinated against a cold?
No, this is not possible. Although there is a vaccine against flu, contrary to popular belief, it does not protect you from colds and flu-like infections.