Post Nasal Drip

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Other complications that result from these beginning stages include sore throats, swelling tonsils, upper respiratory infections, ear infections, sinusitis or sinus infections, and dry mouth. Many may be shocked to know that studies show post nasal drip as a cause of bad tastes and even bad breath, but when bacteria settles in it extracts sulfur compounds from amino acids in proteins.

Preventing post nasal drip is surprisingly simple. Most of us recognizerepparttar need to frequently wash our hands in order to avoid germs that can easily be picked up by what we touch, but most of wouldn’t remember to wash out our noses every once in a while in order to flush outrepparttar 138015 bacteria that can easily be taken in withrepparttar 138016 air we breathe. But that’s all that is necessary to avoid most ofrepparttar 138017 problem.

When searching for nasal cleaners or sprays, be sure to look for xylitol as a main ingredient. It is a natural threat to bacteria, keepingrepparttar 138018 bacteria from performing its normal routine of attaching itself and living in membranes ofrepparttar 138019 nose andrepparttar 138020 throat.

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Otitis Media (ear infection)

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Coughing and a runny nose are often associated with upper respiratory infections and should be monitored. Otitis media is most commonly found in children, persons with allergies, and persons with medical conditions such as a cleft palate.

Children are by farrepparttar leading demographic of individuals affected by otitis media. Research shows otitis media to rank second torepparttar 138014 common cold asrepparttar 138015 most common health problem among preschoolers. The fact that at least 50% of all children have at least one episode of otitis media beforerepparttar 138016 age of one is startling atrepparttar 138017 very least. But beforerepparttar 138018 age three, 35% of children will have had repeat episodes. And after three-years old, an estimated 5 million school days are missed each year due to otitis media.

Prevention is easy. Most of us remember to wash our hands frequently to avoid picking up bacteria from what we touch. However, most of us fail to remember to wash or flush out our nasal passages at least every now and then to avoid harboring bacteria from what we breathe.

Look for xylitol as leading ingredient as you are searching for nasal rinse or spray. Xylitol naturally keeps bacteria from settling onrepparttar 138019 membranes ofrepparttar 138020 nose,repparttar 138021 throat, andrepparttar 138022 Eustachian tube. Flushing with a nasal wash with xylitol, is a simple yet important solution to a flourishing health epidemic.

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