- What is a natural decongestant?
- Is there a decongestant that doesn’t raise blood pressure?
- Can decongestants cause heart problems?
- Who should not use decongestants?
- Can you take Sudafed with heart medication?
- Which decongestants are safe for high blood pressure?
- What is the safest decongestant?
- What can you take for sinus congestion if you have high blood pressure?
- What is the most effective sinus decongestant?
What is a natural decongestant?
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Is there a decongestant that doesn’t raise blood pressure?
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Can decongestants cause heart problems?
Pseudoephedrine Decongestants In most people the increase is small, and millions of people use it each year with no trouble. Over the years, though, there have been reports of heart attacks, strokes, disturbed heart rhythms, and other cardiovascular problems with use of pseudoephedrine.
Who should not use decongestants?
People who have conditions such as diabetes, benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), ischemic heart problems, thyroid disorders, glaucoma and seizures generally should avoid using nasal decongestants.
Can you take Sudafed with heart medication?
Decongestants, Heart Disease and A-Fib The Problem: When taking a decongestant, heart rate and blood pressure go up, the heart beats stronger, blood vessels constrict in nasal passages reducing fluid build-up. In general that’s okay for most patients.
Which decongestants are safe for high blood pressure?
Phenylephrine is the only other oral nasal decongestant known to be safe and effective for nonprescription use. It carries the same warnings as pseudoephedrine. Research on its ability to raise blood pressure is not as extensive as that on pseudoephedrine, but some data can be obtained.
What is the safest decongestant?
In the drug realm, antihistamines such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl), chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton), cetirizine (Zyrtec), and loratadine (Claritin) can help with a stuffy nose are safe for the heart. Nasal sprays deliver a decongestant right where you need it.
What can you take for sinus congestion if you have high blood pressure?
If you have high blood pressure, a saline nasal spray is recommended. This product does not contain any medication that may interfere with or cause your blood pressure to rise. Use a saline nasal spray to moisten the nasal passages and relieve congestion as recommended on the manufacturer’s packaging.
What is the most effective sinus decongestant?
Best Overall: GoodSense Nasal Decongestant One tablet of this non-drowsy formula every four hours—but no more than six tablets in 24 hours—promises to temporarily ease any sinus congestion and pressure that comes along with colds, hay fever, and allergies.