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Nasal Irrigation

Nasal IrrigationIf you're having trouble finding relief from pollen allergies and sinusitis, nasal irrigation might help. It is safe and effective and can be performed daily. Saline solution is used to rinse the nasal passages, which clears out dried mucus and allows the sinuses to drain freely. Nasal irrigation (also called jala neti) is an ancient practice that originated in India. Its roots can be found in the Hindu practice of Ayurveda. Nasal irrigation is a popular technique used worldwide for clearing out the nasal passages. It is a useful way to deal with pollen allergies and sinusitis. If you have tried inhalers or an Omron nasal irrigation device such as a nebulizer for asthma symptoms, but that hasn't worked, you may be able to get relief with nasal irrigation. Nose and sinus drainage can often make asthma symptoms worse, and nasal irrigation can often help with this problem.

At Allergy Be Gone, we have many different kinds of nasal irrigation systems, neti pots and other items for clearing the nose and throat. Browse the various advanced hypoallergenic systems from Health Solutions, designed and developed in Switzerland. We also have NeilMed sinus rinses, saline sprays and neti pots. Brand name Waterpik offers neti pots, squeeze bottles and saline packs. The Waterpik SunuSense provides battery-powered electric nasal irrigation and effectively cleans, massages and moistens nasal passages.

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