For many patients, chronic rhinitis may be caused by abnormal or overactive posterior nasal nerves in the nose. Those nerve signals can cause mucus creation to go into overdrive, creating a near-constant runny, stuffy nose and/or post-nasal drip.
While not life-threatening, chronic rhinitis can seriously impact your quality of life. Sufferers feel dependent on medications that often only deliver temporary relief1, or they rely on tissues or sprays to keep up with a constant runny and/or stuffy nose. Worst of all, many people feel annoyance or embarrassment in public because of their symptoms, preventing them from living life to the fullest.