It was this or nasal surgery...
Okay, I'm not going to lie. A lot of people don't want you to talk about this device over dinner. That's fine, I'm not eating, and I'm assuming you're not, either.
A few years ago, I was getting a sinus infection every single winter. A bad one. It would wipe me out for months.
At a visit to the ENT specialist, he started talking to me about having surgery. For some reason, I looked over and saw this machine. I asked him about it. The doc said, "oh, you could use that instead of surgery. It generally makes everyone who uses it better."
It's like washing your hands when you're around people who might have a bug. Of course that's a good idea. Well, this quick and easy machine washes your nose. It removes dust and pollen and gunk and will instantly transform the way you breathe and probably prevent a few serious viruses a year.
To use it, just buy some cheap sea salt at the local supermarket and put one scoop (they send you the scoop) into the device with some warm water. The most important step is to lean far forward over the sink as you do each nostril. I know, I know, but it works.
If you're concerned about super rare water-borne germs, just fill it with really hot water from the tap (the hot water heater wipes out the germs) and then let it cool. Don't use it with hot water, you'll regret it.
After use, rinse for ten seconds with tap water.
Every morning, every night, for the last five years. I buy a new one every year. I made it more than five years before the doc said I needed more invasive treatment, but on his recommendation, I still use it daily.