Free NeilMed Sinus Rinse Bottle or NasaFlo Neti Pot - New Quiz/Offer
Select p1886b in the drop-down box and take the quiz. Here are the answers for the quiz:
Q1: What time of year is worst for nasal allergies?
Q2: Which of the following can be shown to directly worsen chronic sinus congestion?
Q3: Sinusitis, inflammation of the lining of sinuses, and Rhinitis, inflammation of the lining of nasal passages, may develop due to
A: Allergic reactions
Q4: Which of the following are NOT symptoms of chronic or acute sinusitis?
Q5: How many pairs of craniofacial (head and face) sinus cavities are there?
Q6: There are four sinus cavities that are located in the head and face: the Frontal, Ethmoid, Sphenoid, and ____________ Sinuses. Which of the following correctly fills in the blank?
Q7: NeilMed Sinus Rinse is considered as the potential first line of treatment for the symptomatic relief of
A: Acute and chronic nasal and sinus conditions
Q8: Symptoms of sinusitis include:
A: All of the above
Q9: NeilMed Sinus Rinse mixture packets contain the following preservative(s):
Q10: Large volume saline irrigation is defined as instillationof saline as which of the following quantities per nostril or nasal passage?
A: Options 2 and 3
Q11: The best improvement of sinonasal excess mucus symptom was shown with
A: Combination of Nasal corticosteroid sprays and large volume saline irrigation using NeilMed Sinus Rinse Kit
Q12: By which manner does the NeilMed NasaFlo NetiPot function?
A: Gravity flow method
Q13: How does the NeilMed Sinus Rinse squeeze bottle function?
A: Positive pressure by gently squeezing the soft bottle
Q14: The NeilMed SinuGator pulsatile irrigator works by
A: Pressing the switch and creating battery powered pulsating pumping of saline from the reservoir
Q15: What kind of water source is safe to use for nasal saline irrigation ?
A: Previously boiled and cooled down water
Q16: Which of the following water choice(s) are generally considered as safe or good to use for nasal irrigation?
A: All of the above
Q17: Large volume, low pressure (LVLP) saline nasal irrigation is considered the
A: First line of treatment for rhinitis and sinusitis
Q18: Large volume and low pressure nasal irrigation devices can be a part of daily hygiene just like brushing your teeth, washing your hands, or showering.
Q19: A recent study on saline nasal irrigations with corticosteroid therapy resulted in
A: Significantly improved nasal symptoms than corticosteroid sprays alone
Q20: Nasal irrigation through NeilMed Sinus Rinse or NasaFlo NetiPot is safe for pregnant women.
mmyk last edited by
Thanks! Awesome post!!
AngryEyebrows last edited by
Great find! Much prefer the sinus bottle over the pot. Microwave bottle briefly to disinfect or pour extra boiled water over bottle nozzle…boil filtered water then add saline pack…cool to warm…add to bottle…flush sinuses. No sinus infections since.
Received mine today. I’m looking forward to trying it since I’m used to using one shaped like a genie lamp.