If the Neti Pot sinus cleaner requires a little too much manual labor for your clogged-up head's liking, check out the Navage, a battery-operated automatic nasal irrigator. Instead of the Neti's gravity-conducted movement of water in one nostril and out the other, the Navage powers it in and guides it back out with "gentle suction." And rather than tilting your head so the outflowing stream of snot water doesn't run down your face and into your mouth (but still sometimes does) Neti-style, the Navage contains all outgoing and incoming liquid in separate nostril nozzles and water reservoirs. So you don't have to Navage naked to avoid making a mess. (But you are welcome to Navage naked to avoid wearing clothes.)
This Navage bundle includes the nose cleaner, as well as 90 SaltPod capsules. The capsules should be added to warm water to, uh, salinate it. This creates a solution that is both naturally cleansing and "softer" than plain water, which stings like a mama moving through your nasal cavities untreated.
Nasal irrigation can help relieve symptoms of allergies, sinusitis, hay fever, cold and flu, dry air, and environmental pollutants. Done regularly, some say the practice can also help relieve snoring, improve sleep, and breathe better.