Treatments available for vasomotor rhinitis include nasal irrigation and using nonprescription and prescription medications, according to WebMD. Some patients obtain relief from combining nasal glucocorticoids, such as mometasone and fluticasone, and prescription nasal antihistamines, including olopatadine and azelastine.
Many patients relieve vasomotor rhinitis symptoms by rinsing their nostrils with a solution of sterile, previously boiled or distilled water and salt once or twice daily, notes WebMD. Whether patients prepare the solution at home or use a commercial product, they should rinse each nostril using approximately 3/4 cup of solution. After using the irrigation device, they should flush with water and allow the nasal passages to dry.