How to sleep with sinus drainage

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Sinus and allergies are slept deprives. It is not only hard to lay down but its hard to maintain focus on anything else other than your nose and possible sore throat. A solution called Sanostec Sinus Cones have made their debut into America and are helping people conquer that issue everyday. They are used to broaden and open nasal pathways in order for air to process through better and quicker, clearing you of allergies and preventing inner swelling from congestion. This will aid you in a less complicated progression into a longer, deeper sleep.

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Things you need

  • Sanostec Sinus Cones

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Instructions

    Getting Ready for Bed

  1. 1

    Order your Sanostec Sinus Cones from sinuscones.com where you may want to do more research an review on the product and its origin. It is worth the investment which is not a big one.

  2. 2

    Wash your sheets a few hours prior to laying down so that there is no possible dust underneath you for you to inhale when you lay down. Try to intake the necessary amount of water a day (170 to 227gr) as well before lying down at night.

  3. 3

    Insert your Sanostec Sinus Cones into your nose as instructed on the package. Simply place a cone in your nostril so that it can prop open your nostril region.You will be shown, on the package, just how far into your nostril region the cone belongs in order to work. However, they may need to be sterilised before being inserted into your nose.

  4. 4

    Set the temperature to about 68 to 72 degrees to keep it from getting chilly in your room, and then lay down, get comfortable, and rest your eyes to put you in a sleepy state of mind. Surround yourself in your sheets and lay evenly, not with your head all the way cuffed under the sheets. Rest on a pillow instead of the flat mattress.

Tips and warnings

  • Should your cones not work you are entitled to return the Sanostec Sinus Cones.

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