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Home Remedies for Sinusitis



An inflammation of the mucous membrane lining the para-nasal sinuses is called as sinusitis. Sinusitis is actually over secretion of mucus by the membrane lining the throat and the nose. The causes of this are under coughs and catarrhal infections which leads to blocked feeling of the nose, constant sneezing, slight temperature, tickly cough, headache and pressure around the eyes. Some people also suffer a loss of appetite and difficulty in breathing.

Inflammation in the sinus passage and over secretion of mucus from the membrane of nose and throat is termed clinically as sinusitis. It is followed by influenza, common cold and general infection. This may hit people despite of any age and gender. Children who generally suffer from ear pain, cold and viral infection tends to have sinus infection. Asthmatic patients, people suffering from bacterial attack and physical disorder like nasal bone swelling have high risk of sinusitis. Tumors, different types of allergies also cause sinusitis. Researches proved that home remedies for sinusitis is preferable than chemicals or medication.

Sinusitis is one of the most common infections and causes a lot of discomfort. It can be irritating and persistent for a long time. This aliment however can be cured and prevented to a great extent with the use of some natural home remedies. A lot of relief can be obtained in this situation just by inhaling steam from a vaporizer or a bowl of hot water. Applying a hot or cold compress over the affected area also provides relief.

Home remedies for sinusitis includes, steam, water and eucalyptus oil. A steam inhale helps a lot. Boil a bowl of water, cover a towel over your head and hold your face over the bowl. Inhaling of the steam vapor at least 3 times daily will ease the infection and clear the sinuses and make the respiration process easier. This opens the congestion of the nose and helps in breathing. Intake of more than 10 glasses of water a day will help in thinning the mucous and also reduces toxins of the body. A pinch of eucalyptus oil in the steam bowl will help to clear the sinuses and will refresh you.

Mangoes are one of the best ingredients of home remedies for sinusitis. This contains high amount of vitamin A which helps in creation of strong epithelium which prevents sinus to a great extent. Ginger is a very effective remedy for viral and problems of nose. Extract of ginger if taken 2 spoons daily will help in curing the sinus problem and to be taken as long as it is not cured totally. Garlic is also one of the effective home remedies for sinusitis. The paste of 2-3 cloves of garlic soaked in water has to be inhaled to loosen the mucous and make breathing easier.



Sinusitis can also be treated with fenugreek (methi) seeds and mustard seeds. The fenugreek seeds (2-3 spoons) are to be boiled in a glass of water. It has to be boiled till the water reduces to half of its quantity. This mixture is to be taken in small sips after draining. In case of mustard seeds the drained liquid has to be given in drops inside the nose. It acts as a nasal drop and a dropper is used for this purpose. Inhaling cumin fragrance is also included in home remedies for sinusitis. A spoonful of cumin seeds taken in a perforated cloth will help in inhaling and this work wonder.

Seeds of the cinnamon are also good home remedies for sinusitis problem. A paste made of cinnamon powder and water when applied on nose and forehead really helps a lot to those who are suffering from this problem. Fresh fruits rich in vitamin C are to be consumed to keep away the sinus problem. Pressing thumb on both sides of the nostril will enhance the blood flow there and gives a soothing relief. Home remedies for sinusitis help to keep better without the side effects and drowsiness that result from medications.

When suffering from sinusitis a simple remedy of inhaling black cumin seeds in thin cotton proves helpful. One can also make use of eucalyptus oil. Adding eucalyptus oil to water and inhaling the steam is considered highly beneficial in a case of sinusitis. You can also put a few drops of eucalyptus oil on the handkerchief and sniff it a couple of times to cure the infection.

Eating jalapeno peppers or drinking juice of ripe grapes is also a good option during sinusitis infection. You can also apply a paste of cinnamon and water or ginger and water on the forehead. Similarly a paste of basil leaves, cloves and dried ginger when applied on the forehead is of great help in case of sinusitis.

These natural remedies are 100 percent safe and bear no side effects. Carrot and spinach juice is another useful remedy for sinusitis. It is said that when suffering from the sinus related infections taking pungent herbs like garlic, horseradish, onion etc. is beneficial. Theses herbs contain chemicals that move mucus and make it less sticky. Pungent oils like thymol and camphor also are helpful in opening clogged passages.

During sinusitis infection blowing one nostril at a time helps prevent pressure building in the ears. This way one can also prevent bacteria from going back into the sinusitis passage. Again sniffling whenever the nostril feels stuffed is a good way to drain the sinuses and stale secretion down the throat. Sinusitis is often accompanied with pain and stress near the eye sockets. Applying warm wash cloth near the eyes and cheekbones lowers the pain.

Make a nasal flux by mixing one-fourth tsp salt, one-fourth tsp baking soda in one cup of warm water. Drop this solution in your nose with the help of a syringe. This relieves the blockage in the nostrils. Another remedy is to steep 1-2 tsp of thyme in a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. Drinking this mixture thrice a day is useful in combating sinusitis. Thyme has strong antiseptic properties and thus is good for respiratory infections. By making use of these natural remedies not only can you lower the ailment but also prevent the infection form worsening and taking chronic nature.



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