I do not rec humidifiers unless you clean them well every couple days. Mold and mildew will,overrun them. Rinses and saline sprays are great. I like NeilMed Sinus Rinse. Dry mucosa means cracks which means increased risk of infection.
Don't forget vit C.
was hoping a read doctor would take the "googling my phone" bait. I didn't know that about Humidifiers. I was trying to dry out my sinuses, which seems to be the wrong tact.
The nasal rinse was a lifesaver, I used to be sick all winter.
I'm on day 2 of ibprofin and water. Still losing the war.
Also - my experience has been good with Mucinex. Seems to keep things moving.
good for you as it keeps you lubed.
I'm using a nasal rinse (which is my savior).
and I prefer the cheapest vodka available.
1. Put a hat on your bedpost.
2. Pour yourself a double Scotch and get in bed, putting the bottle of Scotch on the bedstand.
3. Keep drinking until you see two hats.
Somewhere along the way, you will stop suffering.
of a cold. Seems to short circuit them so they don't develop.
Zicam spray is off market due to amosmia side effects.
swipes they used to sell damaged my sense of smell. They would get rid of anything I had, but there are certain things I can't smell any longer.