NAVÄGE - Nose Cleaner - Naväge - PDF Catalogs (2024)

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Nose Cleaner Owner’s Manual Model SDG-2 Breathe Better Now™ 1 Clean Nose, Healthy Life!™ Better Than a Neti Pot™

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THANK YOU! Thank you for purchasing the Naväge® Nose Cleaner. You’re about to experience the world’s first self-contained nasal irrigator with gentle suction. It's a game changer because it makes rinsing your nose convenient and neat. You can do it fully clothed and it’s as simple as brushing your teeth. Best of all, Naväge provides a cleaner nose than ever before and fast relief from sinus congestion – without drugs! Clean nose, healthy life!® IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE To ensure the use of correctly balanced saline and to prevent stinging and burning, the Nose Cleaner only operates when used...

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First, relax and know these three things... 1. Learning to use Naväge is like learning to ride a bicycle: some people get it right away and others need some practice. Stick with it, because once you’ve got it, you’ve got it forever! 2. Naväge is a pleasant experience! It feels good to rinse your nose with warm, soothing saline. 3. There’s nothing to fear. Millions practice nasal irrigation daily. Relax and enjoy – you’re on your way to better breathing and better health! Assemble the Naväge Nose Cleaner • Observe the directional lock-unlock icons on the upper and lower tanks, and twist off...

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Step by Step Instructions Important Operating Notices • Add water before using! Saline nasal irrigation requires the correct balance of water and salt to prevent stinging and burning. Naväge does it automatically: one SaltPod + one tankful of water! • The Naväge Nose Cleaner only operates with a new, unused SaltPod. Without a new SaltPod, the power button cannot be pushed in and the motor won’t turn on. Once you open the lid (after having closed it on a new SaltPod), the power button will no longer work with that particular SaltPod – even if you re-close the lid. • This is critical: after...

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12. Release the button and remove the pillows. Most users still have a little saline in their nose. Gently blow your nose. Some users find it helpful to wait a minute or two and then gently blow their nose again. Protip: You can clear excess saline from your nasal passages by bending at the waist with your head low, and very gently blowing your nose while tilting your head from side to side. 13. Twist the bottom tank off and pour out the used saline. Clean your device following the cleaning instructions below. Problem: Nothing happens, or saline goes down the back of the throat. Making your...

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Hand wash only. The Naväge Nose Cleaner is not dishwasher safe. Exposing the tanks to dishwasher heat may warp them and prevent them from sealing to the center module. Cleaning the Nose Cleaner in a dishwasher voids the warranty. Rinse the underside of the lid where it says, “Rinse here before & after use.” The upper tank drain and drainpipe can be cleaned by lifting the drain pull (see page 2) and running a cleaning rinse through them. Protip: Clear excess saline from the center module after use by shaking it over a sink, nose pillows pointed down. This will help dry it between uses. If...

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Getting the most out of your Naväge Nose Cleaner How Often Should I Irrigate? We believe nasal hygiene will be to the 21st century what oral hygiene was to the 20th, and that cleaning your nose is as important as brushing your teeth. (Saline nasal irrigation is already the standard of care for treating the symptoms of sinusitis and allergies in the United States and Canada!) We suggest you use Naväge twice a day at the same time that you brush your teeth. However, it’s safe to use as often as is comfortable for you. Find out for yourself: use it twice a day for a couple of weeks and see how...

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Replacement Parts Go to for replacement parts and cool accessories like travel cases and drying racks. Support and Feedback Visit for support, how-to videos, special offers, info about recycling and sustainability, and much more. For the latest on Naväge, follow us on Facebook or Twitter, or join our email list. We value your insights. Please share your comments at Intellectual Property The Naväge Nose Cleaner and SaltPods are protected worldwide by issued and pending patents. See for country-specific patent notices. Naväge®, SaltPod®,...

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Do doctors recommend Naväge? ›

Often referred to as 'Nature's Decongestant', the Naväge nasal hygiene system is promoted by doctors who specialize in the field. According to Dr. Howard Levine, “Nasal irrigation is clinically proven to relieve sinus congestion safely and effectively without drugs.

Can you use Naväge too often? ›

You can use the Naväge Nose Cleaner as often as you wish! We suggest you use Naväge twice a day, just like brushing your teeth. However, Naväge is completely natural and drug-free, and health professionals agree that it's safe to use as often as needed or wanted.

Can your nose be too clogged for Naväge? ›

For nasal irrigation to work, there must be room in the nose for the rinse to go in one nostril and come out the other. 100% blockage is rare, and nasal irrigation can help relieve even the most stuffed up sinus condition.

Is bottled water OK for use with Naväge? ›

Always use one of these types of water:

Distilled. Micro-filtered (through 0.2 micron) Commercially bottled; freshly opened. Previously boiled and cooled to lukewarm or body temperature; used promptly.

What are the cons of Navage nasal care? ›

The underlying problem is that viruses and bacteria from your nose may be transferred to the device, under the right circ*mstances of temperature and humidity, the germs may colonize and then be reintroduced into the nose upon subsequent use.

What works better than Naväge? ›

SinuPulse is engineered to deliver a mean flow rate of 600 ml/min or more at the maximum setting and can deliver nearly 24 oz in approximately one minute 3X more cleaning power than other methods including Navage. The SinuPulse is fully adjustable to control both water flow and pressure for individual comfort.

Why do my ears pop after using Naväge? ›

Ear popping and ear fullness are rare but known side effects of nasal irrigation that typically resolve on their own in a short time. Discontinue use and consult your physician if the condition persists. Microwaving the Naväge Nose Cleaner or its accessories can be dangerous and voids the warranty.

Why do I feel more congested after a sinus rinse? ›

Your congestion can feel worse after a sinus rinse if you use only water rather than the saline solution. It can cause swelling in the nasal passages, making symptoms worse. Water from the neti pot can get stuck in your sinuses if you don't tilt your head correctly.

Why won't my nasal rinse come out of my other nostrils? ›

"What if the fluid doesn't come out my other nostril when I rinse? Yes, it is possible to get water stuck in your sinuses from a sinus rinse. This can happen if your sinuses are swollen or if your head is not tilted properly. If you feel like water is stuck, keep your head upright for a while and try blowing your nose.

What is the best time of day to do a nasal rinse? ›

Nasal rinses can be done at any time of day.

Why use baking soda in nasal rinse? ›

Nasal washes or rinses containing baking soda can be particularly helpful in thinning the mucus out and making it clear. People with allergic rhinitis and acute or chronic sinusitis might consider using baking soda nasal rinses regularly. This can help keep airways clear from mucus and reduce the risk of infection.

What is the difference between NeilMed and Navage? ›

A NeilMed Sinus Rinse Kit contains an easy-to-use squeeze bottle and packets of premixed solution. Fill the bottle with distilled water in the bottle and mix in a premixed packet. A Navage nasal irrigation system uses powered suction to flush out the excess mucus.

Do doctors recommend sinus rinse? ›

If the rinse is helping, you can irrigate your nose up to three times a day. But nasal rinses should not be used as a preventive measure when you don't have symptoms. It won't prevent sinus issues and can cause infections to develop.

Is Naväge better than a squeeze bottle? ›

Compared to the traditional Neti Pot, the Navage offers several key benefits. The premixed packets of saline solution make it easy to prepare a solution without the hassle of measuring and mixing ingredients, and the adjustable pressure control allows for a personalized rinsing experience.

Does Naväge get rid of phlegm? ›

Absolutely! Yes, the Naväge will remove mucus! Enthusiastic Naväge users with a wide variety of sinus issues including excess mucus have reported finding relief and excellent results using Naväge.

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