OTOSAN NASAL SPRAY: A Natural Remedy to Breathe Easy

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OTOSAN NASAL SPRAY: A Natural Remedy to Breathe Easy

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Does your heart stop when you sneeze?

Some of us had lived with the concept that when someone sneezes, the person’s heart stops for a moment. But is it for real? According to Dr. David Rutlen, a cardiologist at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, “Built-up pressure in the chest can cause a Vagal reaction pertaining to the Vagus Nerve, which is part of the nervous system that controls the heart that slows down the heart. The heart could hold in place for several seconds.” Nevertheless, Dr. Rutlen said that Even if it’s possible for the heart to stop it is nothing to be concerned about.

What is allergic rhinitis and sinusitis?

Sneezing is just one of the common symptoms of various Respiratory diseases/infections such as Allergic Rhinitis and Sinusitis. Allergic Rhinitis – also known as “hay fever” – happens when you breathe in something to which you are allergic, and the inside of your nose becomes inflamed and swollen. It is commonly triggered by allergens that can be found outdoors (e.g. mold from trees & grass and weed pollens) and indoors (e.g. animal dander, indoor mold, or house dust mites). On the other hand, Sinusitis is the inflammation of the lining of the sinuses which can be classified as acute or chronic. When the sinuses become blocked and filled with fluid, germs can grow and cause symptoms such as a headache and nasal yellowish secretions. Blocked sinuses can be caused by the common cold, hay fever or nasal polyps (small lumps inside the nose). Without proper care, this symptom may lead to a serious health problem scenario. According to Dr. Hussain Al Hattawi, the consultant and head of the Allergy Clinic – Immunology Unit at Dubai Hospital, “Around 20% of the UAE population suffers from Chronic Sinusitis. Allergies are often the cause.” For this reason, Propharma Medical Supplies initiated to find the solution by searching a high-end product in the Global market in order to address the current issue.

Product information: Otosan nasal spray

Otosan Nasal Spray® arose from our constant and deep commitment to developing natural products capable of offering a solution to several ENT conditions, which can often affect ears and nose at the same time. It is a Hypertonic solution (2.2%) that contains sea water from Brittany with Aloe Vera extract (Protective & Hydrating Action), Blackcurrant plant extracts (Anti-inflammatory & Anti-histaminic), Mountain Pine (Balsamic and Fluidifying Action), Tea tree (Anti-Bacterial and Anti-Infective Action), and Lemon essential oils (Purifying Action) that are all from organically grown plants. In addition, it is free from vasoconstrictors and propellant gas. Otosan Nasal Spray® is the product of the latest Medical-Scientific Research is an essential remedy for symptoms of:

  • Seasonal Colds or Allergies
  • Allergic Rhinitis
  • Sinusitis
  • External irritant agents (pollen, acarus, dust, etc.)
  • Post-surgery

Otosan Nasal Spray’s natural multi-action acts by deeply cleansing the nasal cavities, helping to reduce congestion, inflammation and the incidence of infection, providing instant relief. Moreover, it does not cause any rebound effect or addiction to any user.
Considering the topographical features of the UAE, we could say that we are prone to much Respiratory Diseases/Infections because of our exposure to many allergens such as dust during Sand Storms that we normally experience every year and other sources.

WORRY NO MORE because Propharma Medical Supplies now brings Otosan Nasal Spray in the UAE’s local market. You can have it by contacting Propharma’s Customer Service team at +97126588717 / +971565205474 or by sending us an email at info@propharma.ae from Sundays to Thursdays, 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Otosan Nasal Spray is also available to our committed Retail Pharmacies in the region. For more details, you can check http://www.propharma.ae/products.php or Call us now! We will be more than happy to serve you!

References:

World Health Organization (2017). Chronic Respiratory Diseases: Allergic rhinitis and sinusitis. Retrieved from http://www.who.int/respiratory/other/Rhinitis_sinusitis/en/
Dr. Rutlen D. (2017). UAMS: Does your heart stop for an instant when you sneeze? Retrieved from: https://uamshealth.com/healthlibrary2/medicalmyths/heartmyth/
Otosan (2017). Products: Otosan Nasal Spray. Retrieved from http://www.otosan.com/prodotti.asp?pg_cod=78

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