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... infection. Three years ago, I used to do several sinus floodings in one week. Now I do about two sinus floodings every three months when I first feel like I might be getting an infection. ... (10 replies)
... How I fixed my sinus problems. ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for the nice words. I just wish that the "upside down sinus flooding" had a better track record. For about half of those that feedback, it does absolutely nothing to improve their sinus condition. ... (7 replies)

... I am so sorry to hear that your sinus infection problems haven't improved! I can remember how miserable I was when I had sinus infections all the time, one after another. ... (20 replies)
... I always mix up mine fresh. But, I do sinus floodings only once in a long while. I don't know if peroxide degrades after it is mixed with baking soda and salt. ... (17 replies)
... peroxide, baking soda, kosher salt and filtered water, bend my head down, and forcefully spray the mixture into my nose. ... (10 replies)
... mist vaporizer. That would be one cup peroxide to eight cups water, or two cups peroxide to 16 cups water, etc. ... (10 replies)
... It surprises me that you did not experience stinging. Are you using the mixture of peroxide, baking soda and kosher salt, as is outlined in the documentation? ... (17 replies)
... If the infection is deep in an unreachable area, like the maxillary sinus cavity, then the mixture may never be able to get to the infection to do it's job. ... (17 replies)
... There are three discussion topics here on healthboards dealing with flooding the sinuses with a mixture of hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and kosher salt, to treat sinus infections. ... (10 replies)
... hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and kosher salt. ... (17 replies)
... I've only used peroxide about 10 times in the last year. Every other time it was Zyletol and sometimes Alkalol, a mucus solvent. ... (10 replies)
... The main reason I use the "upside down" irrigation is to ward off or treat sinus infections. ... (11 replies)
... No more chronic sinus infections!!! ... (4 replies)
... I do about two sinus floodings per year. ... (3 replies)
... The good old green or yellow mucus. Even after my sinus infection was destroyed by the peroxide and baking soda, I still had yellow mucus for months until my sinuses healed. ... (4 replies)
... I've used just peroxide and filtered water, without the baking soda, to treat my sinus infections, and it has worked very well. In fact, when I successfully treated my first infection, I did not use baking soda. ... (11 replies)
... When the sinuses are irritated, body chemicals are pumped into our systems which make us feel miserable, IMHO. So, even if your irrigations are not curing your sinus infection problems, the irrigations are, at least, reducing the amount of irritating substances released by the body's defense mechanisms. ... (24 replies)
... In the war against your sinus disease, any victory at all is good. ... (13 replies)
... baking soda and salt to flood my sinuses, in an upside down position for over two years now, and find it totally safe, for ME. The peroxide can be a little bit nasty so I am very careful not to use more that one part peroxide to ten parts water. ... (11 replies)




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