Medications for nonallergic rhinitis include: Nasal antihistamines. Prescription products such as azelastine (Astelin) and olopatadine (Patanase) can relieve symptoms of postnasal drip, congestion, and sneezing within minutes. They are most effective when used on a regular basis.
Beside this, what does it mean when you eat and your nose runs?
These symptoms are consistent with gustatory rhinitis. This is a type of non-allergic rhinitis typically triggered by eating hot and spicy foods. However, any food could potentially trigger the symptoms. In some cases, the runny nose is so significant it interferes with quality of life and quality of a dinner out.
Do antihistamines work for non allergic rhinitis?
Antihistamine nasal sprays. Try a prescription antihistamine spray such as azelastine (Astelin, Astepro) and olopatadine hydrochloride (Patanase). While oral antihistamines don't seem to help nonallergic rhinitis, nasal sprays containing an antihistamine may reduce symptoms of nonallergic rhinitis.