- : If your runny nose persists for more than 10 days, contact your doctor.
- Step 1: Take decongestants and antihistamines Take the directed dose of decongestant during the day and antihistamines at night. Drink plenty of fluids.
- Step 2: Blow your nose Keep plenty of tissues on hand so that you’re prepared when your nose drips.
- Step 3: Use nasal spray Use saline nasal spray as directed throughout the day.
- TIP: Make your own saline solution with 8 oz. tap water, ¼-½ tsp. salt, and a pinch of baking soda
- Step 4: Take your vitamins Take vitamin C and zinc before going to bed, so that when the morning comes around, you’re ready to hit the ground running!
- FACT: After 30 seconds of use, a handkerchief may contain 15,000 germs.
You Will Need
- Box of tissues
- Saline nasal spray
- Vitamin C
- Table salt (optional)
- Baking soda (optional)
- Medicine dropper (optional)