Irritated by runny nose and want to make nose plugs to stop runny nose?? Sometimes a runny nose does not go away in many days or months at a time. If you are irritated with the runny nose and are forced to blow out every 5 seconds. One way to stop runny nose is by applying external blockage to your nose by making nose plugs to stop the runny nose. When your nose is bleeding you tend to put cotton plugs in your nostrils to stop the blood, stopping a runny nose is quite similar to this. This article will tell you simple steps to make nose plugs to stop runny nose at home.
Steps to Make Nose Plugs to Stop Runny Nose:
- Take a plastic straw. Cut the straw a little for about 3 to 4 centimetres.
- Make the cut out section flat by pressing it with your hand or some hard substance.
- Cut out the sections from between leaving the ends.
- Take some strips of cotton or some tissue.
- Put the cotton strips or tissue strips in the cut out straw through the holes at both ends and pull it.
- Spin the cotton strips or tissue strips around the ends of the straw in the form of balls that could come easily in your nose.
You can try the Nose Plugs available in the market also.
Tips to be Taken Care while Making Nose Plugs to Stop Runny Nose:
- The nose plugs should not be tight that they block your nose completely.
- Before inserting in your nose just check the ends of the straw that they are not sharp.
- Nose plugs can cause mucus to build up and cause nasal congestion.
- Make sure while making nose plugs you are not bare hands as bare hands may introduce bacteria into your nose. It can make your nose more open to bacterial infection.
- Size of the Nose Plug’s balls should not be too big and not too short.
- You can measure the length of the straw with a ruler.