Say no to nasal congestion!

Nasal AspiratorInfants are more at risk when you blow their nose. Apart from triggering ear infections nose blowing can hamper your hearing capacity. If your baby have blocked nose, you should avoid blowing nose. Every time you blow your nose, nasal secretions get thrust into the sinus cavity. The secretions contain bacteria, viruses and various other germs, all of which are pushed further into the sinuses and into your system leading to inflammation and a worsening the cold. So no matter how tempting it may be to blow your baby's nose, no matter how much the mucus is tickling the nasal passage, avoid blowing the nose.
Blowing nose makes it more susceptible to ear infections. When you blow your baby's nose, some of the fluid enters the ear through the Eustachian tube. The middle ear space behind the eardrum gets congested with mucus, just as the sinuses get congested with mucus. This can cause pressure and a plugged feeling that can hurt. When bacteria overgrow in this mucus, an ear infection flares up and becomes more painful. Nasal congestion due to cold so can also interfere with the ears, hearing, and speech development. Try instead to take in the mucous using a nasal aspirator.

Safest cleaning of conjusted nose

Sitz bath for hydrotherapyEvery new mother finds it difficult to feed her newborn baby. A prime problem during feeding is that there is more chance of the kid getting chocked while having his feed. A nasal Aspirator unclogs the congestion of the nose by gently sucking in the mucus. Apart from this, the Aspirator can also be used to bring in relief to the baby during a running or stuffy nose. Nasal congestion is an inevitable part of infancy, bought on by colds, flu and viral infections. As infants usually breathe through their noses nasal congestion can interfere with breathing, feeding and sleeping. Nasal congestion can also lead to ear infections and in very young babies respiratory distress. A Nasal Aspirator safely clears congested nasal passages by gentle suction through the nozzle, which can be placed at the infants nose. Nasal Aspirator is an invaluable part of baby care, easing congested noses to breath easier, feed easier and have restful sleep.

Why choose Nasilo Nasal Aspirator

  • Clinical way of cleaning infants nose
  • Safely clears congestion from infants noses
  • The unique design gives parents full control
  • Very easy to use
  • Highly effective
  • Made with quality material
  • Portable
  • Hygienic and easy to clean

Get Rid of a Stuffy Nose

Nasal congestion, stuffiness, or obstruction to nasal breathing is one of the oldest and most common human complaints. For some, it may only be a nuisance; for others, nasal congestion can be a source of considerable discomfort. During a viral infection, the nose has poor resistance to bacteria, which is why infections of the nose and sinuses often follow a "cold." When the nasal mucus turns from clear to yellow or green, it usually means that a bacterial infection has set in. In this case, a physician should be consulted.

Nose is supposed to clean, heat and moisturize the air that childrenbreathe. The inside of their nose is covered with a sticky mucous that traps dirt, pollen, mold and other pollutants and prevents them from reaching their lungs. Inside of each nostril are large ridges called turbinates that have large blood vessels in them. When the inner lining of one side of their nose fills up with pollutants, the blood vessels inside the turbinates enlarge and swell the turbinates so they stop air from entering that side of their nose and force to breathe through the other side of their nose. All day and night, it is normal for you to breathe through one side of your nose and then the other. If your nose is stuffy in the spring and fall, children probably have an allergy and need allergy tests. If they have thick yellow or green mucous, you probably have an infection and need a culture.