Nasal washing with a saline solution thins out mucus, making it flow more readily and
easier to remove by blowing your nose.
Additionally, regular use of saline nasal washes during the allergy season has been shown
to decrease the
amount of allergens in the nose and reduce the amount of IgE (a protein
the body makes in response to allergens) in
the bloodstream of both children and
adults with nasal allergies.
The nose is the usual entry point for allergens – whether dust or pollen or pet dander.
By washing the nose, allergens are flushed out, so the body’s overall allergic response
is blunted. An excellent strategy for allergy sufferers is to wash their nose every day
during their allergy season, and increase that frequency right after a specific exposure
(for instance, if allergic to grass, wash your nose as soon as you are done mowing the lawn).
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