In this video I want to share with you the main fluticasone side effects, what it’s used for as well as few other choices when it comes to alternative medicine.
Fluticasone is used for nasal congestion and allergies. This could be like a stuffy nose, a runny nose, sneezing as well as helping with eye symptoms such as itchy, watery eyes.
The most common side effects would be a bloody nose. So be aware of that.
Nausea, vomiting, sneezing, a sore throat, headaches, muscle aches could happen as a side effect.
Some of the worst side effects would be a loss of interest in sex, that is a deal breaker for me. Also it may suppress the immune system and make it weaker. This makes sense because congestion is your immune system working to protect you. Artificially messing with it makes it easier for germs, viruses and bacteria to harm your boy.
Another side effect is that it can slow healing. You may think oh that is no big deal I got tons of band-aids, but think about when you exercise or go to the gym your muscles have to heal. Your body needs to heal itself, and some say sleep is the ultimate medicien because that is when your body needs to heal itself.
It can also slow the growth of children. So if you are a child don’t take this medicine. The effects are not know for women who are pregnant, so don’t take it if your pregnant.
This nasal spray can cause glaucoma or cataracts which damages vision. If you already have an issue with vision they can make them worse.
If you are looking for natural relief for allergies you can try omega 3 believe it or not. It seems no matter what health problem you have omega 3 seems to help.
A German study published in the journal Allergy found people who have diets rich in of omega-3 fatty acids suffer from fewer allergy symptoms.
Next take a quality multi-vitamin. One that doesn’t use fake synthetic ingredients but the real stuff. A study in the publication “Annals of Allergy and Annals, researchers proved that an intake of 4000 IU of vitamin D improved allergy symptoms by 30% in one week and up to 40% over the course of 12 weeks.
Also believe it or not spicy foods like peppers or horseradish acts as a nasal decongestant. In a study in the 2011 edition of Annals of Allergy & Asthma showed that the group that took the chili peppers reported a faster onset of relief than the control group who took a placebo.
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