Steroid nasal sprays and high blood pressure

The earliest record of nasal irrigation is found in the ancient Hindu practice of Indian Ayurveda whose roots are traced to the Vedas . It was customary to perform jala-neti daily, as part of soucha (personal hygiene according to scriptures). Jala-neti , which means to cleanse the nose with water, is an old yogic technique from India. The container used to administer the saline is called a "neti pot". This process removes mucus, dirt, and clears the nose. A second neti technique known as sutra neti uses a piece of string instead of water.

Steroid nasal sprays and high blood pressure

steroid nasal sprays and high blood pressure

Media:

steroid nasal sprays and high blood pressuresteroid nasal sprays and high blood pressuresteroid nasal sprays and high blood pressuresteroid nasal sprays and high blood pressuresteroid nasal sprays and high blood pressure

http://buy-steroids.org