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Nasal Health – Audio Q&A With Dr. Lon

NASAL HEALTH:

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON

Nasal Health is an extremely important topic these days. It seems like every second person struggles with some form of nasal disfunction, like Sinusitis, Hayfever or a Post-nasal drip. More than 90 percent of all infections enter the body through the nose, so it makes sense that we do everything we can to help the nose to do its job as effectively as possible. Dr. Lon Jones is an expert on how to do this in a drug-free manner.

Nasal Health - Q&A with Dr. Lon Jones D.O.

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 1:

1. You talk about our bodies defences. Why, and what does that mean?

Supporting the body’s defence mechanisms

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 2:

Isn’t rinsing with salt water a good enough method of cleaning the nose?

Soap for the nose

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 3:

What were your early results using Xlear Nasal Spray?

Early Results With Xlear Nasal Spray

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 4:

I know that the name changed from Xlear Nasal Wash, to Xlear Nasal Spray, and now – Xlear Sinus Care spray. It is sounding more and more like a medicine. Is it a drug?

Is Xlear Nasal Spray a drug?

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 5:

I’ve heard from friends that use Xlear that it works really well. Why?

Why Xlear works so effectively

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 6:

Are anti-histamines a help or a hindrance when it comes to nasal health?

Anti-histamines

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 7:

Are there good bacteria in the nose, and what is it that makes them good?

Good bacteria

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 8:

How often should one use Xlear?

Xlear Nasal Spray frequency & dosages

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 9:

Does xylitol have a toxicity level, and is it possible to overdose on Xlear?

Can you have a Xlear overdose

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 10:

Can Xlear be used together with an antibiotic?

Xlear and antibiotics

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 11:

Do you ever prescribe nasal steroids, and if so, why?

Nasal steroids

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 12:

Which types of bacteria are effectively “disarmed” by xylitol?

Xylitol and bacteria

Nasal Health - Dr Lon in Buccleuch

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 13:

Could you please explain how the nose traps irritants (the Mucociliary elevator effect), and how it cleans itself.

The mucociliary elevator effect

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 14:

OK. So now I understand the body’s histamine response. Tell me a bit more about the development of anti-histamines.

The development of anti-histamines

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 15:

Can you explain the difference between the conventional idiopathic (GP) approach and a preventive approach to health. Where does Xlear fit in?

Prevention versus cure

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 16:

How does a steroid/cortisone work?

Steroids / cortisones

AUDIO Q&A WITH DR. LON – Question 17:

How does xylitol “neutralise” the bad bacteria?

How xylitol affects pathogenic bacteria

For further information on Nasal Irrigation, please visit either our Neti Xlear page or Xlear’s Nasal Irrigation Research Page.

For more information on xylitol in general, please click here to go to the xylitol.org website.

Here you can learn more about this all-natural sweetener on a page that is not brand specific. The aim of xylitol.org is to promote the dental, medical and nutritional facts about xylitol, based purely on scientific studies.

 

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