Nasopharyngitis, in other words is termed as common cold. It is an acute, benign and inflammatory condition of the nasal cavities and the pharynx. Medical professionals use the term nasopharyngitis to refer to the swollen throat and nasal passages, and are many a time referred as rhinitis or upper respiratory infection. In this condition, there is an inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nasopharynx, upper pharynx, or the nasopharyngeal duct that extends between the nasal and oral palate. The condition is contagious and air-borne and is caused by bacteria or a virus, such as coronavirus, rhinovirus, or respiratory syncytial virus. This disease is most common and widespread amongst pre-school children; and spreads through droplets in the air when an individual who is sick sneezes, blows his/her nose, coughs or talks. One can catch the bacteria or virus that causes common cold, by coming contact with any kind of an object which is contaminated with the virus, such as children’s toys, phone, doorknob, and then touch the mouth, nose or eye.
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Several symptoms of this disease generally appear within one to three days of being infected, and last from one week to ten days. A few of the most common symptoms are headache, coughing, tiredness, sore or scratchy throat, post-nasal drip, runny or stuffy nose, watery or itchy eyes, body aches, sneezing, etc. Even though the symptoms might feel painful or irritating, however they do not result in long-term harm. There are no such antiviral drugs which have approvals for treating or curing the infection; any medications given are alleviant and treat only symptoms. Many alternative treatments such as Echinacea, vitamin C, and zinc have been suggested. Viral nasopharyngitis cannot be cured with the help of antibiotics. Instead, the medical professional tries to treat the symptoms. However, there are a few over-the-counter medicines that might be used for treating adults, such as –
- mucus thinners, like guaifenesin (Mucinex)
- decongestants, like pseudoephedrine (Sudafed)
- nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, like ibuprofen or aspirin (Motrin, Advil)
- lozenges for soothing a sore throat
- decongestants in combination with antihistamines (Claritin D, Benadryl D)
- nasal spray, like fluticasone propionate (Flonase)
- antiviral medication if an individual has an infection with influenz
Besides, plenty of conservative treatments such as drinking plenty of fluids to be hydrated, resting, salt water gargle, and throat sprays, cough drops, etc. Saline nasal drops might assist in alleviating the congestion.
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