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6 Natural Remedies to Treat Sinusitis at Home.

Updated on July 2, 2017

Sinusitis is a condition where the hollow pockets of the nose are congested leading to throbbing pain on the forehead. The fact that Sinusitis can attack any time makes it vital to have some skills and remedies you can use to ease the pain or get rid off it all together.

In this write up, we look at 6 time-tested remedies for treating sinusitis at home.

Mustard can be used to ease sinusitis.
Mustard can be used to ease sinusitis. | Source

6 Home Remedies you can Use to Treat Sinusitis at Home.

1. Bromelain

Fruits like pineapple contain a protein-digesting enzyme called Bromelain which contains anti-inflammatory properties that can help cure or ease Sinusitis.

Basically, Bromelain minimizes nasal passage swelling making breathing and eliminating the facial pain. You take Bromelain as part of a raw fruit or buy supplements from time to time.

2. Hot water vapor

Steam has been used for ages to ease sinuses pain. Basically, steam helps ease the thick mucus that block the nasal cavity. This makes breathing easy. It's recommended that you visit a physician if the pain doesn't ease within a week.

3. Warm compresses

These warm up nasal passages and, thus, loosening secretions. You basically need to place a warm towel over the affected sinusitis for around 5 minutes. You can repeat the process severally per session and have at least 4 sessions a day.

4. Humidifier

A humidifier is an electronic device that helps boost humidity level in a room. When an affected individual breathes in the moisturized air, the fluids in the air flow more freely and this reduces the congestion and pressure in the sinuses.

5. Spices

Spices such as Mustard, horseradish, wasabi and hot peppers helps clear the congestion that leads to headache and increased pressure on the forehead.

6. Nasal sprays

Decongestant nasal sprays, which can be bought over the counter and stored at home, helps unblock the nasal area passages thus easing sinusitis. Examples include clear revive nasal sprays.

Facts about Sinusitis.

>Sinusitis affects between 10 and 30 percent of people living in third world countries.

> Up to 29.4 million of adults suffer from Sinusitis in the US alone.

> Sinusitis is classified into acute and chronic sinusitis. Acute sinusitis often clears in around 3 weeks while the chronic variation may persist for a longer duration and may require the attention of a medical practitioner.

In Summary

While sinusitis can make you feel uncomfortable, it doesn't pose a danger to your health as it clears within a given days. Nevertheless, it's important to have some knowledge on how to ease the condition before visiting a medical practitioner.

If you have used a home remedy with stunning results in the past? Kindly share in the comments section below. Remember, sharing is loving.


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