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Clogged sinuses can cause great discomfort. They can last from weeks to months causing symptoms such as fatigue, difficulty in breathing, dizziness, muffled ears sensation, and sore throat. Sinuses are hollow cavities filled with air. They are located behind the nose, under the eyes, and in the cheeks and forehead. Their main role is to filter the air that we breathe in.
They are lined with mucous membranes and hair like substance known as cilia. These cilia trap the impurities, bacteria, dirt and other microbes from the inhaled air and together with these harmful substances move the mucous out of the nasal passages. When too much mucous builds up in the cavities either due to infections or the common cold it clogs the air passages. The mucous membranes in the nasal passages also become irritated and inflamed and there is considerable difficulty in breathing. Sometimes breathing through the mouth is required to maintain the air supply.
5 Useful Home Remedies For Clogged Sinuses
Tie a teaspoon of ajwain seeds in a clean cotton cloth to form a sachet. Heat the sachet on a griddle and inhale the hot fumes for five minutes. Your sinuses will be unclogged instantly and you will be able to breathe easily through your nose.
This oil is very good for treating all kinds of diseases and disorders related to the respiratory tract. It has strong antibacterial, antimicrobial, decongestant and pain relieving properties.
Fill a pan with boiling water and add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to it. Bend over the pan and cover your head with a large towel so that the steam is trapped inside. Inhale deeply and keep doing so until the water turns tepid. Do this, two or three times daily. Your clogged sinuses will be unblocked very quickly.
Green Tea has many medicinal values. It has potent antimicrobial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties which help to thin down the mucous and help it run down the throat or out of the nose.
It soothes the inflamed mucous lining in the nasal passages as well as the sinuses and helps the air to flow easily in and out through them. Boil a cup of water and steep one heaped teaspoon of green tea into it for ten minutes. Strain the tea and drink three cups daily.
Ginger tea is very good for clogged sinuses. Put to boil a glass of water and add two teaspoons of fresh grated ginger to it. Boil for three minutes then filter the tea. Stir in two teaspoons of honey and drink it slowly sip by sip.
The anti-inflammatory, antibacterial antioxidant and antiviral properties of ginger will reduce the swelling and pain instantly. The hot tea will soothe the throat, unblock the sinuses and relieve the headache.
Tutsi (Holy Basil)
Crush ten tulsi leaves and boil them in a glass of water for five minutes. Drink the hot decoction without straining it. You can chew the tulsi leaves for faster relief. Drinking this tea three times daily will clear the airways and bring relief in all the symptoms of clogged sinuses.
Caution: Please use Home Remedies after Proper Research and Guidance. You accept that you are following any advice at your own risk and will properly research or consult healthcare professional.