No, that isn’t a very strange spelling error in the title, just a little play on words. Let’s talk about your nose! Well, not yours specifically, but noses in general. They are right there on our face and are a huge part of our life, but we never really think about them. Until they become blocked and then it is ALL we can think about.
Who doesn’t want some interesting facts about a part of their body they don’t normally give too much thought to.
I must admit, I never knew there were so many interesting facts about the nose. A sneeze comes out at 100mph? You can slow your heart rate down by closing one of your nostrils? We are sensitive to the smell of green pepper? Well, I will never think about my nose in the same way again. All interesting facts aside, when there is something wrong with our nose, or it is blocked up, it can be the most annoying thing and it feel like it is taking over our life.
I have had some nose issues the past 6 months and it feels like it is constantly blocked, which makes trying to increase my running that much more difficult. I wish I had of discovered this product before, but it was only once I was emailed about Otrivine that I decided to give it a try and I can breathe so much better now.
The way it works is that is it causes the blood vessels in the nose to contract and return to their normal size, helping to open up and clear the nasal passages. Because it is a spray and a drop, they begin to help provide relief within just 2 minutes, unlike oral decongestants which may take as long as 15-30 minutes to take effect, making them 7 times faster. Next time I have a cold, I am going to make sure that I stock up on this!
Want some more nose facts?
- An unblocked nose needs 20% (>680g) of our daily water intake to humidify all the air we breathe in.
- A fully unblocked nose cleans, warms and humidifies over 14,000 litres of air every day.
I bet you never knew so much about your nose?
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