Complications of nasal irrigation include irritation of the nasal passages due to extreme temperature of the irrigation solution. Rarely, irrigation fluid may enter the windpipe in people with a poor gag reflex.
Nasal irrigation is used to clear infected sinuses or may be performed after surgery to the nose region. It may be performed by adding antibiotics to the solution to treat nasal polyps, nasal septal deviation, allergic nasal inflammation.
To perform nasal irrigation you need to convey water through one nostril to the other, meaning you have to pour water out of a container into one, and have it come out of the other. Tea pots are good for… Full Answer
The Sumerians invented the irrigation systems because they needed a system that could control the water. Nasal irrigation was noted to be effective in clearing the nasal passges prior to meditation hundreds of years ago. The benefits were really apprecaited… Full Answer
Irrigating the sinuses with a salt water solution is often recommended for sinusitis and allergies, in order to clear the nasal passages of mucus. Another solution for nasal lavage (washing) utilizes powdered goldenseal (Hydrastis canadensis ).
Irrigation is the process of supplying water artificially to the plants through land or soil. Some of the commonly used irrigation types are surface irrigation, localized irrigation, sprinkler irrigation, sub irrigation, automatic irrigation and in-ground irrigation.