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The saline rinse by NeilMed (squeeze bottle and packets of pre-mixed saline) is what I use about an hour before I go to bed. I use this when my nose feels "stuffy" or dry during the day. Really helps me. I also use distilled water to mix the saline packets in the bottle. Hope you find consistent relief and don't give up!
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Another thing you want to rule out, mask vents air outlet are clear and not getting blocked by bed covers.
Re-breathing exhaled air is not a good thing

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(12-04-2013, 12:21 PM)MAPnea Wrote: The saline rinse by NeilMed (squeeze bottle and packets of pre-mixed saline) is what I use about an hour before I go to bed. I use this when my nose feels "stuffy" or dry during the day. Really helps me.
Me too ... godsend for stuffy noses, cheap and drug free

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