Treating Allergy with Neti Pots




Dr. Manuel Torres, Family Medicine Physician at Baptist Health Primary Care, says neti pots are important for some people and help them flush out their nasal passage. “It’s important to have a good ENT (ear, nose, throat) evaluation for obstruction, irritation, infection, etc., which is a little bit more elaborate than what most primary care physicians do in their office,” he points out.

He explains if you are going to neti pot yourself it would be a good idea to be sure that your passages are opened, because you may be pushing against something that is physically obstructing.

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