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Neti Pots at Walgreens

Between the allergy and cold seasons, it can feel like your sinuses are constantly under attack. While medicines like antihistamines help treat discomfort, many people find they get the most effective relief through nasal irrigation. Neti pots are a popular way for you to remove irritants in your nasal passages by flushing them out with saline solution, and you can find a wide selection of these products available from Walgreens.

Benefits of the Neti Pot

You can use a neti pot to help reduce the symptoms of allergies, colds, sinus infections, and other irritation of your upper respiratory tract. The salt-water rinse helps clear your sinuses and nasal passages of dirt, germs, and allergens, which can all be responsible for your runny or stuffy nose. Nasal irrigation has been used for treatment in Ayurvedic medicine for centuries, but it has become increasingly popular in the Western world over the last decade.

How to Use Your Neti Pot

The neti pot itself resembles a small teapot, and it has an opening on top for easy filling as well as a spout that lets you pour the saline solution into your nose. Using a neti pot will be a little counterintuitive the first time you try it. Once you get used to the process, however, it will soon become routine. Before use, you should wash your hands and rinse the device. Next, you can fill the neti pot with water and microwave it until warm-make sure not to overheat the water to avoid scalding your nose. Mix in a premeasured saline packet or make your own solution using non-iodized salt and a little baking soda. Replace the lid on your pot and shake gently to dissolve the contents.

Once your neti pot is prepared, you can get ready to use it by bending over your sink with your head tilted to one side. Insert the spout into your nostril and begin pouring the solution into your nose. When used correctly, the solution will run through your nasal passages before draining out your other nostril. You should always be able to breathe through your mouth unimpeded. After you have emptied half the pot into one nostril, gently blow your nose and then repeat the process through the other nostril. Once irrigation is complete, you can thoroughly rinse the neti pot with soap and warm water, and then allow it to air dry.

Neti Pot Safety

It's important to use your neti pot safely to reduce the risk of infections. You should only ever use water that has been filtered, distilled, or previously boiled so that any potentially dangerous microorganisms have been removed. It's also recommended that you replace plastic neti pots about once every three months in order to prevent them from accumulating germs.

Used properly, neti pots can help relieve sinus pain and pressure as well as make it much easier for you to breathe clearly. They can be used alone or be added to your nasal care treatment regimen for colds or allergies. Check out the options available from Walgreens, and choose the one that seems right for you.