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Doctors Love Nasal Irrigation

 

Dr Levine talks about Nasal Irrigation

If you snore, are frequently all stuffed up, or find it hard to get enough air while exercising, you are not alone! According to WebMD, at least 17 million people suffer from chronic congestion and a staggering 50 million have nasal allergies. 

 

The good news is that this is a problem with solutions. Some of them are natural and healthy. Others not so much. Antihistamine sprays are effective for a short period, but they also come with a price: over time they become addictive and can destroy vital tissue in the nasal cavity. 

 

Saline nasal irrigation is a better alternative. It’s an all-natural way to flush, moisturize, and bathe the nasal cavity with saline.

 

navage-nosecleaner.jpgUsing products such as Naväge Nasal Care not only avoids steroids and pills, but helps to avoid allergies, post-nasal drip, and a cold or flu. 

 

Requiring no special-skill set or training, the Naväge Nasal Care system is a completely natural way to prevent snoring, relieve allergies, and drastically improve breathing indefinitely. Not only is it a cost-effective solution to a number of problems, but it completely avoids the necessity for drugs or surgery in many cases. 

 

Plus, the Naväge Nose Cleaner is the world’s only irrigator with gentle powered suction, a game-changer for nasal irrigation. Often referred to as ‘Nature’s Decongestant’, the Naväge nasal hygiene system is promoted by doctors who specialize in the field. 

 

According to Dr. Howard Levine, “Nasal irrigation is clinically proven to relieve sinus congestion safely and effectively without drugs. Naväge sets the new standard for personal nasal care with its exceptional convenience, consistency, and ease of use.” Dr. Levine is an Ear, Nose, and Throat physician, former head of the Nasal Sinus Department at the Cleveland Clinic and past-president of the American Rhinologic Society.

 


“Nasal irrigation is a simple, inexpensive treatment that relieves the symptoms of a variety of sinus conditions, reduces use of medical resources, and could help minimize antibiotic resistance.” - Blake Papsin, M.D., Canadian Family Physician Journal