Identify the cause of the problem: If you are able to identify the cause of your dry nose, making some simple adjustments may alleviate the uncomfortable symptoms nasal dryness can cause. Consider your environment – medications you’re using and personal habits like frequent blowing or picking at nasal membranes – and, wherever possible, make some changes.
Introduce a nasal lubricant/moisturizer to your daily routine: Use the Symptom Search on the right to match your symptoms to the right Rhinaris® nasal care product. Then add a Rhinaris® gel, mist or a natural solution to your nasal care routine to help maintain the moisture in your nose and keep your symptoms from recurring.
The easiest symptom to identify is a dry nose itself. The inside of your nose simply feels dry and uncomfortable.
You feel a sensation of crustiness that is not easily relieved by blowing your nose. You feel inclined to touch your nose or pick at it for no particular reason.
Dry Crusty Nose
When dryness causes the mucus in your nose to become thicker, it sticks to the lining of your nose. You feel a sensation of both dryness and crustiness. You feel inclined to touch your nose or pick at it for no particular reason.
You sense nasal discomfort and feel inclined to touch your nose or pick at it for no particular reason.
”Runny nose” refers to a discharge (fluid) from your nose which might be present when you have a cold, an allergy or sinusitis. Eating spicy food or having a small object lodged in your nose may also cause a runny nose. Babies and children are inclined to put things in their noses, so always investigate this possibility if your child suddenly gets a runny nose.
This feels like an obstruction to the flow of air in and out of your nose.
This is similar to a stuffy nose and makes breathing difficult.
Very Blocked Nose
Your air flow feels very restricted, forcing you to breathe through your mouth.