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I live in Pennsylvania and winter is, by far, my least favorite season! (If I lived in Florida, it would be my favorite season, but that’s a story for another post!) Anyway, usually around October, I start to get cold and my nose gets stuffed up. And, I don’t warm up and stop sniffing ’til about March or April. It’s annoying. And we go through quite a large quantity of tissues. We buy them in bulk – like the 10 box packs at Costco – and have to buy at least 3 of these each winter! (In fact, that box pictured above is the last of our 10 pack, so a trip to Costco is definitely in order soon!)
I’ve never really thought to take anything for my stuffy nose – I have just always considered it something that I have to deal with each winter. But, I was recently asked to check out Advil’s Sinus Congestion & Pain medication, so I thought I’d give it a go. The packaging states that this medication is for nasal congestion, sinus pressure, nasal swelling, headache, fever, and body aches. Normally, I don’t like taking a medication that is for things beyond what I’m experiencing. But, for the sake of sharing, I felt I needed to try it.
Advil Sinus Congestion & Pain
From the website:
Though mucus can contribute to the stuffed up feeling, nasal congestion is the swelling of the tissues in the nose and sinuses caused by inflammation. Advil® Sinus Congestion & Pain re-opens your airways by constricting the blood vessels in your nose and sinuses.
Advil® Sinus Congestion & Pain also treats the pain associated with colds. The philosophy behind Advil® Sinus Congestion & Pain is that cold-sufferers who treat only nasal congestion or the pain associated with it really only address half the problem. Both pain and congestion are major symptoms of colds so it just makes sense to treat them both with just one tablet. Get fast, powerful relief with Advil® Sinus Congestion & Pain.
Heidi Says . . .
After using this for just a few days, I’ve noticed that I am needing to blow my nose much less frequently. I don’t feel nearly as stuffed up. And my nose feels much less sore.
While I can’t speak for the headache, fever, or body aches part (because, thankfully, I don’t have them!), I can say that this Advil is really helping with my congestion. And, I’m so glad because I have some traveling to do next week, and it’s no fun having to travel with a big stash of tissues. And, it grosses me out when people on planes are snorting and sniffing – so I sure don’t want to be the culprit!
I like that it’s a one-dose tablet. The directions say that adults can take 1 tablet every 4 hours (with no more than 6 in a 24-hour period). Honestly, I’ve been taking one a day and seeing these results. I’m sure it depends on the severity of your symptoms.
If you’d like to try Advil Sinus Congestion & Pain, you’ll want to take advantage of this $1 off coupon.
Please note that this product DOES NOT treat allergies, sinus infection, cough, runny nose or any pain unrelated to sinus.
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As you can see by the photo above, thanks to Advil not only will be nose be less stuffy, but I’ll be stress-free and have warm ears this winter. Makes living in PA a bit more bearable!
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