Dry Nose In Winter
Dry Nose In Winter –
Along with a feeling of dryness inside your nose, the lining of your nose may feel irritated and more sensitive. A dry nose may also lead to nosebleeds.
Adding moisture to the air with a humidifier or vaporizer can help relieve a dry nose. You can add an extra layer of clothing and turn your heat down a few degrees or place bowls of water near your heaters to add moisture to the air as well. An over-the-counter saline nasal spray or a water-soluble lubricant applied to the inside of your nose can also help. But it is best to use lubricants sparingly and not within several hours of lying down.