What is a Nasal-Sinus Irrigator? And How Do I Use It?

When allergy season comes around, are you one of the millions of people that sneeze and get red eyes? It’s probably nasal allergies. Are you constantly getting sinus headaches or a sinus infection every 4-6 weeks? It is probably the same infection that hasn’t fully cleared up.

A Nasal-Sinus Irrigator can help immediately soothe allergies, sinusitis and post nasal drip when used instead of (or in combination with) medication. While over-the-counter allergy and sinus medication can be helpful, they also have a tendency to create dry mouth, leading to bad breath. If you are one of the many people that would like to avoid using medications and take the more natural route, the Nasal-Sinus Irrigator is just the thing to help.

So, how do I use one? The Hydro Pulse Sinus Irrigator is very simple to use and is FDA registered device supported by over 37 published medical reports. After setting up the machine properly and preparing the included solution (see included instructions for more detail), all you have to do is insert the nasal irrigator into one nostril, lean over the sink and let the machine do its gentle, yet effective job. Switch sides and repeat.

For best results, we recommend a combination of this easy-to-use home instrument with an oxygenating solution such as AktivOxigen serum.

Just a few minutes a day will help clear up your nasal-sinus problems naturally and help stop bad breath. And the Hydro Pulse Sinus Irrigator can also be used for throat irrigation and breath control.

To learn more about how to take care of your post nasal drip and its causes, read our detailed article here: http://www.therabreath.com/art_postnasaldrip.asp.

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One Response to “What is a Nasal-Sinus Irrigator? And How Do I Use It?”

  1. nasal drip Says:

    This device is very convenient for people with nasal allergies. But how much does it cost? It looks expensive. Then again you have to marvel at the technological advancement attained in the medical field. We now have a nasal sinus irrigator.

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