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Have now been using the Navage system for almost 7 months and am very happy with it. It works better than the little plastic bottle where you spray salt solution into your nose. I've gotten so I kind of depend on it when I'm having sinus issues. You get a pretty graphic view of what's coming out of your sinuses in the collection tank. I've just ordered the travel carrying case so I can use it while on trips. The little salt capsules cost some money, but you can usually get a quantity deal. There is a way to game the system, but it's a little bit of a pain. Would highly recommend this to people serious about taking care of their sinus issues.
Buy a dremel. This thing has no power whatsoever, A piece of sandpaper would be far better than this. If you apply any pressure whatsoever it stops rotating or come out of the bracket holding it in place. I'm really hoping i can return this after using it one time and being shocked at how poor its operation is.
After suffering for more than 8 years with chronic low back pain I was fortunate to learn of Anthony Carey and the Function First Approach. I have always led an active lifestyle but after reaching my mid-thirties the years of misalignment had taken it's toll. Rather than "elect" for surgery I educated myself and found Anthony Carey. WOW... What a difference. After identifying the CAUSE of my pain, Anthony gave me the specific exercises to alleviate the pain once and for all. (All this without surgery or special equipment!) Now I maintain an active, pain-free lifestyle. Kudos Anthony Carey and the Function First Approach.
I'm not sure what I expected, but a cheap knock off of twilight was not it. The storyline and main conflict were as predictable as the love triangle. On top of that, no matter how hard the author tried to convince me that the hero was a good guy/vampire, he was far less believable than even Edward Cullen. I'm still not even sure WHY he was fighting his nature in the first place. His guilt and self loathing only showed up when the plot (aka forced romance) needed it to. Also, the heroine was FAR too quick to fall for the man holding her hostage as a potential sex slave. I really lost all respect for her when I found she didn't value herself enough to want something more from life than to be a rich mans pawn.
Benn using it for months for a super low powered server computer. The computer runs at about 11 watts constant and this thing will keep it going for hours with no power. The software for it works really cool too, i have the computer set to turn itself off gracefully when this battery hits 5%.
Alright so i am a 45yr female (perimenopausal)and as i age i need something that keeps me from getting a fat stomach (which typically creeps on us women as our hormones decline). I have been using "It works" body applicators for over a year now. I have tried the other ones in the green packaging i think they are called Body Works applicators. Well these work WAY better! i have purchased the IT WORKS applicators from ebay and then also from amazon (i want to always try and get the best price, they always come in good condition and are perfectly fine and acceptable for use and fall within the expiration date). It had been a few months since i used them and my belly was getting fat again, (the last applicators i used and i didn't even finish the 4 pack was the green body works applicators which do not work nearly as well. my pouch starts at my belly button and ends just above my pubic hairline (yes i had one child 20+ years ago and can never lose this fat).