Amazing, 100%-natural, drug-free nasal congestion relief. Clear nasal congestion and stuffy nose better, naturally and instantly.**
Fast, safe, 100% drug-free, clinically proven and doctor recommended Sinus Cones relieve nasal congestion reliably, anytime a stuffy nose, nasal allergies or nasal congestion disturb sleep.**
I love this product so much……living with all the nasal problems that I have suffered through; this product is the difference between a good night and a rough one.* – Jeremy P., MT Jan 9, 2013
Get over your cold faster, with high-speed all natural nasal congestion relief. Life is too short to lose vital sleep to a cold or nasal congestion.**
Now, there is a fast-acting, 100% natural, more advanced non-drug choice in maximum nasal congestion relief that is gentle on noses, tough on problematic nasal congestion, side-effect free, and simple in use. Use Sinus Cones anytime you require immediate nasal congestion relief for deep sleep. Feel like new by morning and be well rested to take on the day ahead.
To judge by my first night’s use – a complete success. I woke up rested, without the usual fatigue and headache.* – Manfred B. MI
Sinus Cones, through gentle pressure, stent open nasal airways and clear a free breathing pathway that eases breathing and rushes healthy healing airflow relief to stuffy, congested airways.
Breathe in more fully and deeply, and feel better instantly, while maximize airflow naturally ventilates and clears nasal congestion faster for a healthy, more comfortable night’s sleep. Plus Sinus Cones’ relief won’t wear off after a few hours. For undisturbed sleep and 24-hour-won’t-wear-off decongestant relief that gets you back on your feet faster, try a radical breakthrough in nasal congestion relief. Breathe more deeply, sleep through the night, and wake feeling like new.
Wear Sinus Cones to keep nasal allergy congestion or cold nasal congestion from turning into a sinus infection.**
The most common cause of a sinus infection is lingering swelling and nasal congestion from the common cold. Whether the nasal congestion is due to the common cold, or nasal allergies, by using your Cones at the first hint of stuffiness, airflow is normalized, which helps keep the sinus cavities healthy and clears lingering nasal congestion properly. Otherwise the nasal congestion that accompanies head-cold or nasal allergy congestion may block the relatively small sinus openings.
If these sinus openings are blocked, normal sinus ventilation and sinus drainage is not possible. When this happens, mucous thickens and congests, triggering the development of the sinus infection. In patients with chronic congestion that progresses to a sinus infection, there may be one or more preexisting conditions that contribute to the problem – a deviated septum, nasal polyps, or nasal allergies. All of these cause narrowing of the nasal passages, and blockage of the sinus openings, which increase the chances of a viral cold progressing to a full-blown sinus infection.
Airplane Flight Travel Nasal Congestion Problems Sinus Cones.
Some people get severe sinus attacks following airplane flights because of underlying problems with nasal drainage. When you fly, you experience changes in air pressure. Pressure changes can cause swelling of the sinus membranes and lead to inflammation and, at times, to infection. If you have a cold, these problems become worse. If you are restricted from using decongestants or sprays, Sinus Cones relieve the stuffiness by opening the nasal passages, so that airflow is unhindered, preventing sinus flare-ups.
As soon as you arrive at your destination, take a steamy shower and wear the Sinus Cones to loosen and clear any congestion caused by the air pressure of plane travel. Then blow your nose frequently to eliminate the congestion. If still stuffy, wear the Sinus Cones while you sleep to keep the airways open to continue to clear the passageways. Be sure to wash the Sinus Cones before insertion, if you need to remove then to blow your nose.
Thanks to Deborah F. Rosin, M.D. for permission to use content from The Sinus Sourcebook. Los Angeles: Lowell House 1998.