Those who are unable to stand alone and brush their teeth.
Anyone who can’t follow instructions.
Those who have had recent trauma or surgery to the head or neck.
Anyone with a physician who says, “No nasal washing for you!”
Who Should NOT Wash Their Nose?
Consider this: who should brush their teeth? People with teeth, right? The simple answer is that just about anyone who has a nose should flush the dirt out of the nose. If you have a particular nasal issue, wash the nasal tissues! You may have nasal symptom benefits from nasal washing if:
You have sinus, nose & root issues, asthma, Cystic Fibrosis (CF), bad breath, excessive mucus, pregnancy rhinitis, post-nasal drip (PND), or nasal symptoms of allergies and ear infections.
You want to relieve nasal symptoms of irritating or non-allergic rhinitis (chemical or other airborne irritants to the nose).
You have decreased the sense of smell or taste.
You are a CPAP user, or you have sleep apnea, snoring.
You are an athlete of all types - run, football, baseball, soccer, golf, cyclists, etc.
You are a farmer, gardener, or spend a lot of time outdoors.
You have just traveled.
You work in environments with exposure to poor, potentially harmful air quality or pollution - firefighter, construction worker, painter, military personnel.
You are a professional singer, speaker, or teacher.
Your goal is to reduce the use of drugs, save money and are interested in cleaning your personal air filter.