How to get rid of snot?
Colds are by far the most common. Most often, it all starts with a cold, and if it is not cured in due time, the consequences can be most unpredictable. How to get rid of snot at home, they know in any family. Someone trusts medicines and various drops, and someone resorts to the popular methods of treatment. And those and other means give the desired effect.
At the first sign of a cold, you should immediately start treatment. Naturally, the best option would be to go to the doctor, but if this is not possible, then you can proceed to self-treatment, but with greater caution. At the initial stage, you can get by washing the nose with a saline solution. A glass of water will need a pinch of salt. Rinse with a syringe or pipette. Onion drops are also effective against snot: a teaspoon of onion juice should be diluted with five spoons of boiled water and instilled 3-4 drops into each nostril several times a day.
If you did not start treatment in time, and the snot became thick, then the question arises: how to get rid of green snot? First of all, you need to increase the number of washes with saline to 4-5 times. Salt water helps out purulent accumulations and cleans the nasal passages. After washing, you can drip aloe juice into your nose, it has a bactericidal effect and within a few days will completely relieve you of annoying snot.
But there are more difficult situations when runny nose at an advanced stage, and already snot in the throat. How to get rid of such a problem at home, worries every sick person. To start such a process is impossible and at the first opportunity you need to contact the ENT. In the meantime, you can insert into the nose compacted pieces of cotton, previously soaked in naphthyzine, and wash the throat with chamomile decoction. You can also start instillation of vasoconstrictor drops 2-3 times a day, but not more than 5 days, otherwise the formation of polyps may begin.