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Saline Nasal Sprays and Rinse

Ear, nose, and throat surgeons recommend nasal irrigation for their patients who've undergone sinus surgery, to clear away crusting in the nasal passages.

Many patients with chronic sinus symptoms from bacterial infections, allergies, and environmental irritants also have begun to regularly use the Neti pot or other nasal irrigation devices, claiming that these devices alleviate congestion, facial pain and pressure, and reduce the need for antibiotics and nasal sprays.

Research backs up these claims, finding that nasal irrigation can be an effective way to relieve sinus symptoms when used along with standard sinus treatments. - "Allergies Health Center"

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Mayo Clinic
Over-the-counter saline nasal sprays combat stuffiness and congestion. Unlike nasal decongestants, saline sprays don't lead to a rebound effect a worsening of symptoms when the medication is discontinued and most are safe and nonirritating, even for children. - "Saline Nasal Sprays"
Recipes for Homemade
Saline Nasal Rinse
per 1 pint  (½ liter)  of water
(teaspoons) (grams)
  SaltBaking Soda SaltBaking Soda
WebMD® 1 ½ 5
WebMD® 2 - 3 heaping1   10 - 15+   5
North Fulton
Ear, Nose & Throat
½ - 1 heaping½ 2½ - 5+

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