How to Soothe Nasal Congestion
September 2, 2016 by Saline Soothers
Whether it’s caused by allergies, a cold or the flu, nasal congestion happens membranes lining the nose becoming swollen from inflamed blood vessels. Use these tips to soothe your nasal congestion and feel better fast.
Use a Saline Spray
Regular use of a saline spray can help to reduce nasal congestion and help you feel better faster. These all-natural sprays soothe your dry and irritated nasal passages by rinsing and moisturizing the nostrils.
Blow Your Nose
Help get rid of your congestion by blowing your nose often. The best technique is to close one nostril and gently blow with the other nostril, then switch and repeat. Keep your nose from becoming irritated by using Saline Soothers.
Patented Saline Soothers are uniquely formulated with just the right amount of saline to soothe and moisturize your nose and face without irritation. They are alcohol, chlorine, paraben, phthalate and sulfate free. The hypoallergenic formula is good for runny, sore and allergy irritated noses.
Help to loosen up a stuffy nose by inhaling steam. Take a hot shower with the door closed or use a humidifier at night to help break up congestion and keep your nasal passages moist.
Staying hydrated thins mucus in the nasal passages, making it easier for congested sinuses to drain and relieve the pressure from a stuffy nose. Warm liquids help quickly open up congested sinuses, so sip on steamy cups of tea as well as plain water.
If you’ve ever suffered from nasal congestion, then you know that it can feel worse at night. Sleep better by using an extra pillow to keep your head (and nose) elevated, use a humidifier in your room and consider using nasal breathing strips, which lift the sides of the nose to help open nasal passages.
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