Say goodbye to sinus & allergy issues.

Humans breathe 22,000 times a day - and take in an average of 6-10 liters of air per minute! How you breathe matters. 

Humans breathe 22,000 times a day - and take in an average of 6-10 liters of air per minute! How you breathe matters.

Whether you’re a seasonal allergy sufferer, face continual sinus struggles, dread cold and flu season, or want to live a better life with increasing environmental pollution, a daily nasal routine provides relief and maintains overall sinus health by reducing the risk of sinus-related complications.

Here’s how Burble helps those facing sinus issues:

Relieve Sinuses

Saline irrigation is a safe and non-invasive method for managing nasal congestion and other sinus-related symptoms, suitable for both adults and children.

Here’s how Burble helps those facing sinus issues:

Clears Nasal Passages

Saline irrigation helps remove mucus, allergens, and other debris from the nasal passages, allowing for easier breathing.

Relieves Nasal Congestion

It can provide relief from nasal congestion caused by allergies, sinus infections, or other respiratory conditions by pushing out irritants and reducing inflammation.

Moisturizes Dry Nasal Passages

Saline irrigation helps moisturize dry nasal passages, which can occur due to dry air, indoor heating, or certain medications.

Reduces Sinus Infections

Regular nasal irrigation can help reduce the frequency and severity of sinus infections by keeping the nasal passages clear of bacteria and viruses.

Alleviates Sinus Symptoms

It can alleviate symptoms associated with sinusitis, such as facial pain, pressure, and headaches, by promoting drainage and reducing inflammation.

Enhances Medication Delivery

Nasal irrigation can enhance the effectiveness of nasal medications by clearing the nasal passages and allowing for better absorption of the medications.


Mitigate Allergies

Nasal irrigation can be helpful for managing household allergies like cat dander or dust allergies. For seasonal allergies specifically, nasal irrigation can be particularly beneficial during peak allergy seasons when pollen levels are high. Regular irrigation can help remove pollen from the nasal passages, reduce allergy symptoms, and prevent the onset of sinus-related complications.

Overall, nasal irrigation can be an effective component of a comprehensive allergy management plan, alongside other measures such as avoiding allergens, using air purifiers, and taking allergy medications as needed.

Here are other ways Burble can help:

Removes Allergens

Nasal irrigation helps push out allergens such as cat dander, dust mites, pollen, and other irritants from the nasal passages. By rinsing the nasal passages with a saline solution, you can reduce the concentration of allergens inside your nose, which can alleviate allergy symptoms.

Reduces Nasal Inflammation

Allergens can trigger inflammation in the nasal passages, leading to symptoms like nasal congestion, sneezing, and itching. Nasal irrigation can help reduce inflammation by removing allergens and reducing the body's immune response to them.

Clears Mucus

Nasal irrigation can help thin and remove excess mucus from the nasal passages, which can become thickened and congested during allergic reactions. By clearing mucus, nasal irrigation can alleviate nasal congestion and improve breathing.

Alleviates Symptoms

Nasal irrigation can provide relief from common allergy symptoms such as nasal congestion, sneezing, runny nose, and itching. It can help you feel more comfortable and breathe easier during allergy peaks.

Prevents Secondary Infections

Allergies can weaken the immune system and make you more susceptible to sinus infections. Nasal irrigation can help reduce the risk of secondary sinus infections by keeping the nasal passages clear of allergens and preventing mucus buildup.

Manage Cold and Flu Season

Nasal irrigation can be a helpful tool for managing flu or cold symptoms. Here's how it can be beneficial

Clears Nasal Passages

Nasal irrigation helps clear the nasal passages of mucus, viruses, and other irritants that contribute to nasal congestion during colds and when you have the flu. By pushing out these substances, nasal irrigation can help you breathe more easily and alleviate congestion.

Reduces viral load

Nasal irrigation may help reduce the viral load in the nasal passages by rinsing away infectious particles, potentially reducing the severity and duration of cold and flu symptoms.

Supports Immune Function

While nasal irrigation alone may not prevent colds or flu, maintaining clear nasal passages can support your body's natural immune response to infections. By keeping the nasal passages clear of mucus and irritants, nasal irrigation may help your immune system function more effectively.