Latest Nasal irrigation Stories
Breathe Again(TM), Europe's best selling hypertonic saline nasal spray, is now available in the United States. Clinically tested in France, Breathe Again (www.breatheagain.us) is 100% natural, combining the benefits of pure seawater and the drying effect of a hypertonic solution.
SANTA ROSA, Calif., July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- While summer is the time of year people like to spend most of their day outside, summer allergens keep many sinus sufferers from enjoying activities such as barbequing, hanging out at the pool and spending time in the park, to name a few.
By Thomas Lee, Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jul. 14--Doctors use balloon catheters to open clogged arteries. Now, one local start-up hopes to apply the same technology to people who have clogged sinuses.
Doctors use balloon catheters to open clogged arteries. Now, one local start-up hopes to apply the same technology to people who have clogged sinuses.
Like an estimated 36 million Americans, Karen Lukin of Dallas suffers from sinus problems each spring. Then she embraced a holistic, low-tech alternative derived from ancient Ayurvedic medicine, practiced for centuries in India: the neti pot.
A saline nasal wash solution made from processed seawater appears to improve nasal symptoms and may help prevent the recurrence of respiratory infections when used by children with the common cold.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Nasal irrigation, a traditional therapy that has been shown to help people with chronic sinus problems, can be easily learned with a 30-minute group training session, a new study shows.
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