Sinus Wash
12 oz. purified water. (buy or boil-use when cool)
1/4 teaspoon salt (non iodine)
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
Mix
Use bulb syringe to draw up water
Lie down flat and drop solution into each nostril until full
Massage sinus areas for about 30 seconds
Get up and let solution drain out into tissues
Gently blow your nose to clear out any mucus

If mucus is yellow/green, see your doctor. You may have an infection and need an antibiotic

Clean tools: Wash out tools with warm soapy water or put in dishwasher

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

You May Also Like

What Should You Know About Liposuction?

As the aesthetic enhancement world has advanced quite a bit over the years, over the last few years we have seen quite a stark increase in interest amongst everyday patients. While in its early years, plastic surgery was often seen as being exclusive to the spoiled rich members of our society. However, as the years have gone by, we have…

Nature’s Hidden Gem at Connetquot State Park

As a wonderful break to a cold winter spell, picking a nice day to explore really rejuvenates your senses and wellbeing. Local treasures are everywhere and very enjoyable if you just take a few hours to check them out. One of those treasures on Long Island is Connetquot State Park; just a short trip and located right off of Sunrise…

Understanding ROI & Why You Need to Know

Understanding ROI & Why You Need to Know For business owners both small and large, one thing is certain; you will be contacted many times throughout your week by sales people trying to explain their products and services to you. Some may be viable, some not so much, but how do you know what to do? How do you invest…

Reasons to Have a Professional Landscaper

When you think of the normal maintenance that it takes basically each and every week to keep a lawn looking great, you will realize it can actually be overwhelming. Normal cutting the grass, trimming the walkways and flowerbeds, weeding the flowers and cleaning up when the job is done is a laborious and time consuming task in itself. Now consider…