Owner’s Manual - Navage / owner-s-manual-navage.pdf / PDF4PRO (2024)

1 Nasal irrigation works! Read carefully for a great first s ManualNav ge Nose Cleaner Model SDG-2 The world s only nose cleanerwith powered suction!SaltPod 3. 1. Fill the Upper Tank to the Fill Line with warm water (Fig. 2). See page 6 for important information about Place a new SaltPod capsule in the Crushing Chamber, foil-side down (Fig. 3). Please note, the device will only work with a new, unused SaltPod capsule in the crushing Close the Lid firmly until you hear it click shut, and do not reopen it (Fig.)

2 4). No peeking!4. Gently shake the device for a second or two to mix the SaltPod capsule contents with the water in the Upper Tank. Setting Up Your Nose Cleaner Is Super Easy!Instructions for UseNasalDockMechanicalModuleFig. 1 Upper TankFill LineFig. 2 All-natural Nav ge uses powered suction to flush out allergens, dirt, bacteria, and the Exploded View on page 8. Except for the Nasal Dock, the Nose Cleaner comes completely assembled, and the two AA batteries are pre-installed. All you have to do is attach the Nasal Dock by pressing it into the Mechanical Module (Fig 1).

3 1. Nav ge pulls saline in one nostril, 2. Around the back of the nose, and 3. Out the other for yourself. Use Nav ge twice a day for two weeks and experience what good nasal hygiene and improved nose-breathing can do for you!TAKE THE NAV GE CHALLENGE!Press together35. Run a little water over the Nose Pillows to make them easier to slip into your Arrows on the Nasal Dock indicate the direction of flow (Fig. 5). Note that the rinse goes into the nose through one Nose Pillow, and comes out of the nose through the Locate the Power Button (see Exploded View on page 8), and firmly push the button all the way in.

4 The pump will start and the Drain Valve will open, causing saline to flow from the Upper Tank into one nostril, around the back of the nose, and out the other nostril into the Lower Tank. The first few times, do this in front of a mirror and over a sink. Don t worry, you ll be a pro in no time!8. The 3 P s guarantee your success with Nav ge: Positioning: Insert the Nose Pillows into your nostrils and center them. Do not block the pillow tips against the nasal walls. The pillows should be in snug, but not too snug.

5 The flexible pillow stems can be bent to obtain a centered, comfortable fit (Fig. 6). It s essential to keep the Nose Pillow tips centered and unblocked. Pressure: Press the pillows into your nose firmly enough to create a seal. Once the cycle starts, back off a little. This will increase the flow. If you are pressing too hard and one of the pillow tips gets blocked against the nasal wall, then the suction will decrease or stop, and you may get water down your throat, slow flow, or no flow at all.

6 That s why you should try backing off a little. Wiggling the nose pillows around in your nostrils can also help improve the seal. Fig. 3 Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Correct PostureFig. 7No gaps!No gaps!Fig. 6 Correct FitPosture: Keep your head level, look forward, stand up straight, and do not bend over (Fig. 7). Breathe normally through your Next PageInsert new SaltPod,foil-side lid firmly, do not reopenArrow indicatingdirection of flow49. Nasal irrigation is safe and effective, and because it is all-natural and drug-free, you can do it as often as you wish.

7 To quickly get the hang of it, we recommend using your Nav ge several times in a row when you re first learning. 10. Standard Nose Pillows fit the vast majority of Nav ge users. However, if you are among those for whom the Standard Pillows aren t quite right, Small and Extra-Large Nose Pillows are available at A Nav ge cycle can last from 10 to 60 seconds depending on how congested you are, and on your personal anatomy. Most cycles last from 15 to 30 seconds. When the Upper Tank is empty, the cycle is complete. 12. 100% sinus blockage is rare, and nasal irrigation can help relieve even the most stuffed up sinus condition.

8 If you are completely congested and can t breathe through your nose at all, see Troubleshooting Tip #5 on page 5. 13. When you re finished, release the Power Button and remove the Nose Pillows from your nostrils. Most users will have a little saline left in their nose. Tilt your head forward and gently blow your nose. 14. Twist off the Lower Tank and empty it. Clean your device according to the instructions on page Yikes, I m getting water down my throat! The key to success with Nav ge is to make your nasal cavity into a closed system that is separate from the oral cavity.

9 That s what makes it possible for the rinse to go in one nostril, out the other, and not down your throat. It's the result of closing the soft palate. For most new users this happens naturally without thinking about it. But not for everyone. If you run into trouble, some tips follow. Or just give our awesome customer service team a call. They are daily Nav ge users themselves and can be reached at (800) 203-6400. Relax no one has ever drowned doing nasal irrigation! Seriously, the more relaxed you are, the easier it is. Nasal lavage is safe and effective, and it is practiced every day by tens of millions all over the world including over 2,000,000 Nav ge users.

10 For some new users there s a learning curve and it may take 3 or 4 or even 5 tries, but be assured that you ll master it, too. Best of all, just like riding a bicycle, once you ve got it, you ve got it forever! The Nose Pillows should be in snug, but not too snug. Press the pillows in firmly to create a seal. Once the cycle starts, back off a little to increase the flow. Don t block the tips against the inside walls of your nose. Less pressure usually results in more flow. Reverse the direction of flow. Rotate the Nasal Dock 180 degrees and the saline will then flow in the opposite direction.

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