Nasaline Junior, Nasal Irrigator
Brand: Squip Products
Nasaline Junior, Nasal IrrigatorNasaline Junior, Nasal Irrigator, UNIT by NASALINE | 894321000746
Now kids can experience the relief of Nasaline with the Nasaline Jr. Irrigator, which delivers just the right dosage for smaller noses! Junior model also comes with a special protective sleeve. Standard and Junior Irrigators are good for approximately 6 months of regular usage. Nasaline is a gentle, easy-to-use, nasal irrigation device. Doctors recommend nasal irrigation to treat symptoms associated with colds, the flu, allergies, or sinus related infections. Under doctor supervision and direction, Nasaline is also an effective tool for use in the follow up treatment to sinus or nose surgery. Nasaline can also clean and soothe nasal passages after prolonged exposure to dry, dusty, or smoky environments. The patented silicone tip is designed to fit snugly in most adult nostrils. The tip produces a gentle swirl stream when the saline solution enters the nose washing away harmful, irritating particles. Simply fill the Nasaline syringe with saline solution and experience drug-free relief from everyday nasal and sinus ailments.
Heat up fresh clean tap water or use warm water directly from the tap. The water temperature should be at body temperature and feel comfortable to the touch. Mix one (1) teaspoon of salt into approximately two (2) cups of water. Stir to dissolve the salt. If you feel a light stinging feeling in your nose when you flush, you may be adding too much or too little salt. If you are planning to use Nasaline for an extended period of time, we recommend using non-iodized salt which can be bought in any supermarket.
Extract the saline solution completely into the syringe.
Stand slightly bent over a bathroom sink or washbasin. Place the silicone tip up against the nose so that it completely seals the nostril. Slowly push the saline solution up into the nostril. Breathe normally through the mouth and refrain from swallowing.
When the saline solution reaches the back of the nasal cavity, the palate closes automatically by reflex. The saline solution fills the nasal cavity and proceeds to pour out the other nostril as it brings along unwanted mucous and crusty secretions. Occasionally, some of the saline solution can trickle down the throat. This is not harmful. A proper flushing should take about 10 seconds per nostril.
Repeat the process with the other nostril.
Use a tissue to blow out any excess saline solution in your nose. Some of the saline solution can remain in the nose and trickle out a few hours later. Tilting your head forward and turn side to side immediately after flushing can prevent this. If you are severely congested, the saline solution can reach the sinus channels and can occasionally drip out of the eyes. This is not harmful and can be prevented by flushing more slowly.
Use one full syringe (2 oz.) for in each nostril in the morning and in the evening or at any time as necessary.
Pull out the piston from the syringe and flush both parts thoroughly with hot water and let air-dry. Nasaline can also be cleaned with a mild dishwashing detergent. If the plunger does not easily slide back into the chamber, put a drop of cooking oil on the black tip.
Nasaline should be stored in a dry environment at room temperature.