Sinus Irrigator Tip
with the Pulsatile Sinus Irrigator Tip
upper-respiratory problems including sinus infections &
allergies are related to poor function of nasal cilia, tiny
hairs in the mucous membranes that act to remove pollutants
and contagions. Most drugs and sprays treat such problems
symptomatically. Some drugs kill the bacteria for the moment,
but don't improve the body's long-term ability to fight contagion.
Pulsatile nasal irrigation, however, provides drugless sinus
relief by improving ciliary function. The basis of your body's
natural defense against upper-respiratory problems - cilia
- work better. *Medically Proven*. Regular irrigation not
only makes you feel well for the moment, it improves your
long-term susceptibility to sinus disease. Try
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one teaspoonful of salt to the basin to get the correct concentration
(we prefer non-iodized salt because some people are sensitive
to iodine). Fill the basin with warm water, about 27 ounces
or 800 cc. Attach the nasal irrigator. Turn on and adjust
the pressure so that if you point the irrigator straight up
in the air, the stream is about one inch high. Hold the Water
Pik® by the little knob on the end, this acts like a lever.
Place in one nostril, bend over the sink, and turn the device
on. The saline goes through one nasal chamber and out the
other. After about a minute, switch sides. Use about 1/3 of
the basin, or until the saline return is clear. The device
is designed not to work if the nose is completely obstructed.
The saline goes through the sinuses and removes purulence
and bacteria. The pulsation restores cilia to normal. Rinse
the machine thoroughly to remove the salt after use. For most
nasal and sinus conditions daily irrigation in this manner
for 10 days will restore the cilia to good function. There
is some evidence that the use of the irrigator in the nose
may be helpful to restore the cilia of the chest. Certainly
the chest is helped by removing purulence and bacteria from
the nose and sinus. Sometimes asthma is caused or aggravated
by pus in the nose so using the irrigator to remove nasal
sinus purulence is good medicine. Now that so many bacteria
have become antibiotic resistant, using the pulsating irrigation
early in an infection can help prevent the need for antibiotics.
In cases where cilia are absent or non-functional as in cystic
fibrosis, the irrigation tends to act as a substitute for
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of Pulsatile Irrigation:
with saline removes certain virus products, making less
work for the body's natural immune and disease-fighting
a cold, the mucus of the nose thickens. This impairs the
nasal cilia movement that is needed for health. With irrigation,
the thick mucus is removed and is replaced by thin saline.
This allows the cilia to move again to defend the body.
moves the cilia back and forth, which helps restore normal
movement of the cilia.
saline encourages blood flow to the sinus and nasal passage
linings. Saline is good for the nose; it keeps the nasal
and sinus tissues moist and helps the nose to heal.
can irrigate their own sinuses. With the Water Pik®
and the Grossan Sinus Irrigation Tip you don't need any
special training. We even have 5 year old kids doing it
all by themselves! All you need to do is to mix a teaspoon
of salt in water, add it to the Water Pik®, and turn
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