Sinusitis: Temporary Relief
What to do for sinusitis for temporary relief
This is what I would do:
- Drink lots of plain water at room temperature
- warm teas
- green tea
- do not drink milk
- warm teas
- A sinus infection can develop into bronchitis, thus nip the infection in the bud
- Take zinc lozenges until the infection is gone
- Avoid eating mucus producing foods
- Take guaifenesin to loosen mucus and phlegm
- If I have excessive sinus drainage (PND) I would deal with it. Click
- Get into the bath tub or shower with water as warm as you can tolerate it safely for 15-20 minutes
- to loosen phlegm
- boost immune system
- get rid of toxins
- Go to bed and sleep, rest all you can
- Keep sinuses draining by using: steam inhalations if necessary
- Sinus pressure points (acupressure) can help drain the sinuses
- To remove phlegm from the chest area I would do a chest percussion procedure
- you need someone to do this procedure for you
- read carefully instructions
- Keeping the sinuses clear can be very beneficial
- At the first sign of sinus pressure be sure to deal with it
- If in a few days I don't get satisfactory results I would see my doctor
This is a common sense approach that has worked for me.
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