The program is easy to use and effective
I feel less symptomatic of allergies because of it. NeilMed Sinus Rinse has been a staple in my house for years, and I usually buy some whenever I can find it.
| Aug 24, 2020
THERE IS A FACTORY WORKING THERE! My previous method of cleansing my system was with a neti pot - so I gave it a go- It's much easier to do because you just need to tilt your head downward
In my case, I would have drained the tank easily, but what I don't like is the 'book of instructions' I feel overwhelmed by it- It would be a good idea to simplify instructions in a business. After you have cleaned the bottle with good water, add a drop of Dawn dishwashing liquid or whatever dishwashing liquid you prefer. It is best to fill it to the top line with clean, warmed (not hot) filtered or bottled drinking water. Add a packet of salt and shake the bottle. While tilting your head down over the sink, slowly squeeze 1/2 in one side until it drains into the sink, gently blow your nose, and then repeat the action on the other side.
| Jul 27, 2020
I am seriously amazed how my little girl is doing! I have been giving my daughter antibiotics since she was three years old for sinus infections
Since several years ago, she has been on antibiotics twice a month. She was referred to an ENT for surgical evaluation by her pediatrician when she was six years old (OH NO!). A doctor examined everything and said that both of her adenoids were large, so she would likely need sinus surgery in addition to her adenoids. After a minute, she stopped and asked, "You've tried sinus rinses, right?" Having said that, I thought, "Yes, you're right, lady. ". She'll be able to squirt salt water up her nose pretty easily at six years old. "I did not say anything like that, I got my daughter's surgeon to tell me no. I was freaked about the possibility of surgery for her. I was told to get a NeilMed sinus rinse from her. Her reasoning was that Netipot requires you to hold your head at a weird angle, which makes it easier. After we give it a try together over the next three months, I told her to let me know what happens. The first time around, I almost never went through with it, because I thought there was no way a simple sinus rinse could have prevented years of sinus infections, and so many In spite of this, I bought two because I was so afraid of the sinus surgery (I'd heard terrible things about it) that I didn't want my six-year-old to go through it. I'll keep one for myself, and she'll keep The first time I did it, I explained what I was doing and she watched. As I was blowing my nose, I was surprised by the stuff that had come out that I never knew even existed. I'm grossed out! It just so happened that she was in the middle of a cold (coming up on 20 days), so I asked her to try it for a When that didn't work, I anticipated we would have to start taking antibiotics again and then have the procedure. Her FIRST try was a success, as she blew her nose, sniffed and exclaimed, "Aahhhh, I can breathe!" In the end, even though she wasn't too keen on it, she did it for herself, because she felt Here's what you need to know! I got over that cold on my There is no way it will prevent fevers or colds, but if it keeps her from having to take antibiotics or having to get surgery, then I would go for it. Four years have passed since I last wrote to you. I've been in this job for four years! There have been at least 40 colds (we found out she has an immune system deficiency), but not one time has she had to take You are on the fence, and are suffering from sinus issues, I advise you to at least give it a shot. Similarly, I have had sinus problems all my life, but I have not had to use antibiotics since I started using this product. There is just one downside - it takes so long to wash, because so many steps must be taken. your hands in soapy water, rinse them with regular water, then rinse them again. You'll need to rinse again with bottled water to make sure there are no bacteria left. Microwave the food to ensure that it is properly cooked. It freaks me out to think about an amoeba eating my brain, so I always use bottled water and follow all cleaning instructions. People who don't do this, however, I know.
| Dec 11, 2020
I can tell you that it works
A skeptic like me was definitely in the crowd. It has been seven months since I had post nasal drip and sinus issues. An extended trip to Nepal in November led to the development of the virus. It was often polluted outdoors when I spent a great deal of time outdoors. A few months later, I caught a cold that lasted for quite some time. In February 2018, the sinus issues started and have been affecting me ever since. In the past few weeks I have read countless articles about getting rid of it, and I have tried whatever I could think of. The past few days have been a failure. I was given this sinus rinse on Monday, and I used it right away. Having just gotten to Friday, I can confirm that the plan I feel as if a miracle just happened. Then when I decided to apply the entire bottle to each nostril, it actually began to work. As soon as I felt relief, I felt better! It is important to remember that I actually squeezed the bottle hard in order to forcefully push the solution through, and that is what made the So, if you want to keep the process from becoming too delicate, keep one bottle per nostril for at least the first week and force the water through, don't be too delicate about the process. Bring it to a conclusion! I can confirm that it works. This is insane.
| Mar 08, 2021
There is a sense that you are as if you are giving your brain an enema through A breath was breathed into existence on the eighth day when God said, "let there be life!" There was this little contraption that came out
Sure, it feels like you're putting as much air as you possibly can in your nose, but you've just got to.
| Jul 28, 2020