Rinse Your Sinuses With Shampoo Or Probiotics?
Doctors at Baylor College of Medicine say patients with persistent, chronic infections can benefit from boosting the standard saline nasal rinse.
By: Carrie Feibel, April 13th, 2015 04:00 AM
If you suffer from allergies and sinus infections, you may have tried nasal irrigation, which involves flushing out the nose and sinuses with salt water. It’s a cheap and effective home treatment. Now doctors at Baylor College of Medicine are tweaking the recipe, saying some patients can benefit from adding baby shampoo or even probiotics to the nasal rinse.