What is Nasal Hygiene?

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Nasal hygiene, just like dental hygiene, needs to be an important part of your daily wellness routine, especially if you're suffering from chronic sinus issues.

We’re not talking about flushing your nose with your old neti pot.

True nasal hygiene is the practice of keeping your sinuses clean, clear, and moisturized to ensure your nose functions at its peak performance. Rather than waiting for symptoms to flare up, you can take steps to stay ahead of the suffering.

Implementing a proper nasal rinse will not only help you relieve sinus pressure and breathe better, it will allow you to function with more energy so you feel better and perform better.

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You may not be aware of it but your nose plays a major role in conditioning the air that you breathe in.

Firstly, your nose humidifies and regulates the temperature of the air you inhale, preparing it for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the lungs.

Secondly, it acts as a filter, removing dust, bacteria and viruses, allergy-causing substances, and other particulates from the air, which helps to prevent congestion, infections, and disease.

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Maintaining good nasal hygiene not only assists your nose in preparing and improving the quality of air you take in, it can also provide additional health benefits, such as enhancing your overall quality of life.

To start with, you may find that you feel more energetic and active as a result of being able to breathe better, without congestion and irritation.

You may also find that because you feel better, you sleep better; and because you sleep better, you feel better. Now, that’s a positive health cycle we can all benefit from!

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In addition to feeling better and sleeping better, you’ll find that you get sick less often, and that your illnesses are shorter in duration and much more manageable.

By keeping your sinuses clear and functioning at their best, you’ll be less susceptible to bacteria and viruses, helping your body stay healthy and well.

You’ll also be less prone to itchy and sore noses, sinus irritation, and coughs as a result of irritants and particulates in the air.

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For anyone suffering from allergies, you’ll be happy to know that by practicing proper nasal hygiene, you can sometimes reduce the amount of medication you need to fight your symptoms.

Imagine a world without the drowsiness and other side-effects of your daily allergy meds.

By simply adding sinus rinsing to your daily cleansing routine, you can start to take back your clarity and gain control of your life again.

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In a similar fashion, those suffering from asthma may also find relief from their symptoms by adopting a proper nasal hygiene routine.

By keeping your sinuses free from dust and other particulates, asthma sufferers could find they're less prone to attacks and less dependent on drugs, allowing them to get on with the things that matter most in their lives.

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Practicing proper nasal hygiene can not only help relieve allergy symptoms and reduce the chances of an asthma attack, it can also help you breathe better, feel better, and perform at your best.

By taking just a few minutes out of your day to rinse away the dust, bacteria, and viruses from your sinuses, you're sure to notice an instant improvement in your ability to function better, think clearer, and act with more confidence.

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