Once-daily NASONEX is clinically proven to help treat nasal symptoms of both seasonal (outdoor) and year-round (indoor) allergic rhinitis in adults and children 2 years and older.
NASONEX helps treat nasal congestion that happens with seasonal allergic rhinitis in adults and children 2 years and older.
NASONEX helps prevent nasal symptoms of seasonal allergic rhinitis in people 12 years and older when started 2 to 4 weeks prior to allergy season.
It is important that you take NASONEX regularly as recommended by your doctor, since its effectiveness depends on regular use. Maximum treatment benefit is usually achieved in 1 to 2 weeks.
Living with nasal allergy symptoms—like congestion, sneezing, itchy nose or runny nose—means managing them so they're not managing you. The first step in dealing with your nasal allergy symptoms is determining which allergens are triggers for you.
Nasal allergy triggers can be found both indoors and outdoors, and can be year-round or seasonal. It's important to be aware of the times of day, seasons, places, and situations where your nasal allergy symptoms begin or worsen. If you can identify your triggers, and create a plan for avoiding them, you may be able to minimize symptoms.
Of course, it's difficult to avoid allergens completely. If you've taken steps to reduce your exposure, and are still bothered by nasal allergy symptoms, talk with your health care provider. Your health care provider can explain the treatment options available that may help you find some relief.
You'll find more information, plus tools and tips for living with nasal allergies in these sections:
Learn the difference between outdoor and indoor nasal allergy triggers, and where common allergens of each type can be found.
Learn about the causes of common nasal allergy symptoms.
Keep track of pollen and weather conditions in your area, so you can plan your activities wisely.
Whether you're traveling, or getting ready for allergy season at home, this tool can help you prepare for the allergens that affect you.
Get more details about some of the common outdoor or seasonal substances that trigger nasal allergy symptoms in your region.
Learn more about nasal allergy symptoms including the likelihood of inheriting allergies.