Severe congestion of nose seen in common cold or sinusitis, can be treated either with local nasal decongestants or oral decongestants. Usually topical nasal drugs will be sufficient, but rarely oral drugs will have additive results. Consult a physician for the prescription of drugs. Steam inhalation and breathing exercises will be helpful.
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