From a childhood double-dog dare, to dry air, nosebleeds are a common occurrence; most everyone has had one. The vast majority of the time, they are temporary – a wad or two of tissues and you’re good to go. However, nosebleeds can be chronic.
The aches, the pains, the sore body and chills – it’s no wonder the flu begins with an F. But, while this illness is a reality for millions of people each year, it doesn’t have to be. Some things help us avoid catching this contagion (like getting a flu shot or never having kids!). Yet, … Continue reading How Nasal Rinsing Helps Keep the Flu Away
Nasal rinsing has been around since the beginning of time – from the pterodactyl that (possibly) used it to rinse out its beak to the humans who used it as folk medicine – as long as there have been noses, there has been nasal rinsing. But, why the popularity?