For instance, Sujok remedy and yoga treatments can present aid from acute sinusitis

Sinuses are a system of connected cavities (or voids) around the nasal area of ​​the face. Sinuses have several functions, including producing mucus to keep the nose free of infection and humidifying the air as it enters your nose, but sometimes the sinuses themselves become infected, causing inflammation or swelling. This condition is called sinusitis.

Sinusitis can be bacterial or viral in nature and cause other symptoms like a runny nose, throbbing facial pain, and headaches. Sinusitis can also be caused by a blockage in the sinuses or an abnormality in the nasal passage, or by smoking or allergens.

Symptoms of sinusitis

  • Throbbing pain, tenderness, or a feeling of weight or pressure around your eyes, nose, cheeks, and forehead

  • Stuffy, stuffy or runny nose. This may or may not be accompanied by breathing difficulties

  • Thick yellow or greenish mucus discharge

  • Lack of smell or bad smell in the nose

  • bad taste

  • Cough

  • fever (in some cases)

treatments and home remedies

Sinusitis usually heals on its own within a week or two. But the following remedies may provide some level of symptomatic relief.

yoga remedies

  • Jala Neti helps clear the nasal passage. This should be done with distilled salt water under guidance

  • Kapalabhati Kriya

  • Nadi Shuddhi Pranayama or Anuloma Viloma

  • Om Chanting and Bhramari

Sujok Therapy: Massage the highlighted areas (as shown in the picture) with an acupressure probe. You can also apply ajwain seeds or cloves. Moxa gives additional help.

(Rajshree Vora is an Obesity Consultant, Dietician and Nutritionist, Sujok Therapist, Counselor, and Yoga Therapist. You can write to her at [email protected])

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