Dear sinus suffering friend,

Nasal sprays and neti pots... these are some of the most popular home remedies to battle sinus trouble...

But both have side effects that can result in the exact opposite of relief!

For instance...

Prolonged use of nasal sprays can worsen your sinus struggle by triggering something known as rebound congestion.

Rebound congestion is when you experience major stuffiness for weeks (if you’re lucky) and months or even years if you’re unlucky.

Neti pots can also have a damaging effect on your sinuses...

... because when you wash out your nose with a neti pot, you eliminate the bad mucus – but by doing so you also eliminate all the “good” mucus that actually helps out your sinuses and protects you from even worse things...

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Lee Euler, Publisher
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