The advantages of the procedure
Salt reduces inflammation, swelling, and strengthens the tone of the vessels of the nose.
Usually people are interested in, how often should the procedure, and not harmful to the nasal mucosa. If you know how to rinse the nose with salt water and to adhere to all rules, the procedure will give a positive result.
Regular breaching procedures for sinusitis, rhinitis and sinusitis reduces the time of treatment of the diseases and accelerates the recovery process. Moreover, lavage of nasal saline solution helps to avoid the development of complications when running cold.
Preparation of the solution
In a glass of warm boiled water dissolve 2 tsp of salt. If the salt has not completely dissolved, strain the solution, as getting her into the nasal cavity can damage the mucosa.
In the resulting saline solution you can add a drop of iodine; it affects the mucous anti-inflammatory effect.
In the process of preparation of the solution instead of salt you can apply sea salt as it is rich in various minerals, and has a therapeutic effect.
For rinsing the nose with salt solution it is possible to use the most convenient method among all known. Pinch one nostril and inhale through the second solution of salt for nasal irrigation. It is important that the water, drawn into the sinuses infiltrated into the nasal passages, and then hit in the mouth. If necessary, the remnants of mucus can be vismarkt.
From India came to us the way of cleansing the throat of mucus, called "Jala-Neti". For making take a small teapot. Insert it into one nostril, tilting the head, and pour in the liquid, so that it went through the second nostril. This procedure repeat with the second nostril. Doing this process 3 times a day until complete recovery.
To cleanse the nose can use a syringe or a small syringe. To do this, bend your head sideways and pour the liquid alternately in both sinuses, then blow your nose well. If the nose is stuffed up badly in 15 minutes prior to the procedure drops drip into it.
For certain people this procedure so unpleasant that they refuse from it. Alternatively, you can bury your nose with a solution of salt. To do this, bury in the nasal passages 4-6 drops in half a minute, and carefully blow your nose. Of course, a deep washing will be more effective than instillation, but it also can bring significant relief to the person.