NeilMed Extra Strength NasaMist Saline Nasal Spray Drug Free Nasal Decongestant
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NeilMed Extra Strength NasaMist Saline Nasal Spray Drug Free Nasal Decongestant– You may be able to gently alleviate nasal stuffiness and congestion with NeilMed Extra Strength NasaMist Saline Nasal Spray Drug Free Nasal Decongestant. The pure formula of hypertonic (2.7%) saline solution may help to draw water out of congested tissue, reducing discomfort. This spray from NeilMed provides a drug-free alternative to help relieve the dryness, post nasal drip and congestion caused by the common cold, flu and allergies.
Saline nasal rinses are often considered an accepted method for gently clearing clogged sinuses. The system actually dates centuries, when it was noted that immersion in ocean water - a natural saline solution, closely matching the concentration of salt in the human body - helped to relieve nasal discomfort. Formulated with purified water and a carefully controlled concentration of 2.7% saline, NeilMed Extra Strength NasaMist Saline Nasal Spray Drug Free Nasal Decongestant is formulated to provide superior results, while the specially designed nozzle delivers a fine, gentle mist for the greatest comfort. The solution not only helps to reduce the swelling of affected tissues in the nasal passages, the rinse also helps to dislodge and move materials out of tender areas. Allergy sufferers may find additional relief as the spray helps to remove the pollen, dust, pet dander and other allergen particles from tissue surfaces, helping to reduce the source of additional reaction.
The concentration of the saline solution in a nasal spray affects how it reacts with the nasal tissues. Some solutions are described as isotonic, with saline concentrations approximately equal to what is found in the human body ("iso" means "equal"). Some sufferers of nasal congestion, dryness and swelling find that a hypertonic solution with a greater saline concentration ("hyper" means "high") work more effectively for them, helping to draw out more fluid and mucus. Users who notice a stinging or burning sensation while using a hypertonic saline solution should consult with their physician.