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Decongestants are a type of medicine that can provide short-term relief for a blocked nose. Decongestants reduce swelling of the blood vessels inside your nose. This helps to open up your nasal airway, making breathing easier. Nasal decongestants help relieve nasal congestion by narrowing (constricting) the blood vessels and reducing blood flow and swelling, allowing you to breathe more easily. Pseudoephedrine, Neo-Synephrine, Nexafed, Phenylpropanolamine, Empro, Lusonal liquid, nasofed, Propagest, Sudodrin, Unifed liquid and Westrim are decongestant medicine that acts by stimulating the alpha-adrenergic receptors. In US, the number of adults with diagnosed sinusitis is 28.5 million and about 12.1%percent of adults with diagnosed sinusitis. Decongestants are a type of medicine that can provide short-term relief for a blocked nose (nasal congestion).

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They can be taken to ease the symptoms of congestion when you have:

•     a common cold

•     hay fever, or other allergic reactions, such as to dust mites

•     the flu

•    sinusitis

Many decongestants can be bought over the counter in pharmacies without a prescription. They are available as tablets or a nasal spray.

Decongestants are sympathomimetic drugs that act by stimulating the alpha-adrenergic receptors. Decongestants are either taken orally or applied locally in the form of nasal sprays or drops. The decongestant effect is due to vasoconstriction of the blood vessels in the nose, sinuses, etc. The vasoconstriction effect reduces swelling or inflammation and mucus formation in the nasal passage and makes it easier to breath.

Drug Name:

•             Drixoral Decongestant Non-Drowsy

•             Sudafed 12-Hour

•             AH-Chew D

•             Contac-D

•             Contac Cold

•             ElixSure Congestion

Decongestants are not usually recommended for children aged under 12, for women who are breastfeeding and for people with certain health conditions, such as high blood pressure.It is not recommended to use decongestants for more than seven days, as they can cause your nose to become more blocked once you stop taking them. When side effects occur after taking decongestants, they tend to be mild. These can include:

•             Dry mouth

•             Headache

•             Feeling sick

Decongestants reduce swelling of the blood vessels inside your nose. This helps to open up your nasal airway, making breathing easier. However, although decongestants can help you to breathe more easily, they cannot cure the underlying cause of your blocked nose, such as a cold or allergy

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List of Related Societies:

American Rhinologic Society (ARS)

American Academy of Otolaryngology

World Health Organization

Medical University of South Carolina Sinus Center

The Sinus and Allergy Center of Northwestern University

Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings (COSM)

National Institutes of Health


List of Related Companies

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PCD Pharma Company


Cygnus Healthcare Specialities Private Limited

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The nasal devices market has been forecast to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.37% through to 2016, driven by advancements in the cochlear implant devices segment and an increase in the number of acquisitions and new entrants. According a recent statistical survey, the proportion of people suffering from the disease is expected to increase by 66.7% in future. Institutions performing research in the related studies have been funded with 225 Million Dollar worldwide. According to recent statistics, nasal diseases worldwide will double between 2012 and 2030. The current market value of Otolaryngology is $190 billion and is expected to reach more than $500 billion by 2020.

Decongestants are a type of medicine that can provide short-term relief for a blocked nose (nasal congestion). 

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