I am going through sinus infection so I have decided to share useful information about how to get rid of it in a natural way without taking antibiotics.
Do sinus infections usually go away on their own?
Sinusitis symptoms typically last no longer than 10 days. ... Sinus infections almost always get better on their own. Antibiotics won't help a sinus infection caused by a virus or an airborne irritation, like secondhand smoke, but there are some things you can do to try to speed up the recovery process.
The symptoms you may experience while having a viral sinus infection are headaches, congestion, low fever, nasal discharge, and trouble sleeping. ... Viral sinus infections do not require antibiotics.
7 Ways to Get Rid of a Sinus Infection, Plus Tips for Prevention
1. Drink plenty of water
To help flush the virus out of your system, make sure you’re adequately hydrated
2. Eat immune-boosting foods
To fight the virus, add immune-boosting foods like garlic, ginger, and onions to your meals. You can also try drinking ginger tea. Add raw honey for an extra boost.
3. Add moisture
Expose your sinuses to steam. Take regular hot showers and breathe in the damp air.
4. Clear the sinuses with oils
Eucalyptus oil can help open up the sinuses and get rid of mucus.
5. Use a neti pot
Using a neti pot with a saline solution can get rid of some symptoms of chronic sinusitis.
6. Ease facial pain with warm compresses
Applying moist, warm heat may help soothe sinus pain. Place warm, damp towels around your nose, cheeks, and eyes to ease facial pain.
7. Take it easy
It takes time to get over sinusitis. Get plenty of rest to help your body fight the infection.
Can yoga help sinus problems?
Luckily, your yoga practice can actually help alleviate allergy and sinus symptoms.
For more information about health, wellness and starting yoga please contact Brigitta on 0450 282 452 and at www.bphealthandwealth.com.au.
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