More Info on Nasarel Indications

How Does Nasarel Work?

Allergies occur when the body's immune system reacts to a normally harmless substance -- one that does not bother most people. This immune system reaction is known as inflammation and involves several different types of cells and several different chemicals in the body.
 
Nasarel is a corticosteroid, or simply "steroid" for short. Steroids can have many different effects in the body, including anti-inflammatory effects. Steroids decrease inflammation by limiting the body's ability to produce an immune system reaction. They can be effective for treating conditions such as allergies. However, long-term use can cause bothersome and sometimes serious side effects, and this limits the usefulness of many steroids. Because Nasarel is a nasal spray, its effects are generally limited to the nose. This helps prevent many of the long-term side effects of steroids.
 

Nasarel Uses in Children

Nasarel is approved to treat nasal allergies in children as young as six years old. Talk to your healthcare provider about the benefits and risks of using the drug in children.
 

Off-Label Nasarel Uses

On occasion, your healthcare provider may recommend Nasarel for treating something other than nasal allergies. Currently, off-label uses of Nasarel include treatment for the following conditions:
 
  • Nasal polyps
  • Nasal symptoms that are not caused by allergies (known as non-allergic rhinitis).
     
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