I thought about the nebulizer for a long time, read a lot of reviews about it, but thought that there was nothing interesting in it and did not buy it. We purchased it at a critical moment, when a daughter had pneumonia and wanted to be hospitalized. We agreed on treatment at home, but the nebulizer was the main condition for treatment at home.
It was urgently decided to purchase it. Especially did not choose what was in the pharmacy, such a husband and bought. Of course, he just saved us, breathing improved almost immediately, and the cough went away pretty quickly. Later, I often escaped to them, at least, believed that he helped.
There are several treatment options with a nebulizer. The simplest means that can be arranged without a doctor’s prescription is to breathe Borjomi. This option is used to help the daughter to clear his throat, but it does not always help. Also as an option for the treatment of cough – ambrobene, diluted with saline.
Basically, we used it at the very first signs of coughing. But then I found a good medicine that helps us almost immediately, and forgot about the nebulizer. I also tried to cure myself, as I suffered from a prolonged cough, with no signs of a cold. It may even be allergic, but I personally did not like to breathe ambrobene, it just squeezes inside. It turns out and the cough is drowned out, but at the same time it affects the whole breath.
Treatment of rhinitis and colds
Once I read that a nebulizer can also be used for prophylaxis, in this case it is enough to breathe a normal saline solution. Before, I just dripped my nose, after kindergarten, for example, or if I had a cold with someone. Then she sometimes began to give breathing through the nebulizer, it is more effective in my opinion.
They say that it is the brine in the form of mineral water that can help with a cold. Also, when you have a cold, you can use saline. I did not try, although I think if the nose is clogged, then he will breathe better. We mainly used it at the first sign of a cold and when we cough. However, I heard that you can add sea buckthorn oil or kalonhoe juice to the saline solution for better effect.
Doctors also told me an important point – it is not recommended to use the nebulizer at a temperature. This can enhance the inflammatory process. In general, it is better to breathe only those medicines prescribed by the doctor. You can not try something at random. Once our pediatrician even scolded me when I gave my daughter to breathe ambrobene. It was completely superfluous at that time. Cough was not appropriate for this type of treatment.
Do you have a nebulizer? How to use?