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Sinus Blockages or Tension Try This Natural Release!

Updated on January 7, 2012

Sinus Blockages or Tension Try This Natural Release!

Within your sinus cavities you may have an infection because of the buildup of mucus congregating there, or because of a cold! Or you may even be allergic to certain pollens or dust etc? But also your sinus cavity can become blocked & this is because of tension you are holding around the face & neck & shoulder areas without you probably even knowing it.

It is quite possible for you to attempt a trigger release technique to ease your ailment yourself before deciding to administer drugs or antibiotics from your doctor or pharmacist.

Tension is responsible for all kinds of ailments whereas we subconsciously clench & hold onto the painful or tensed area of the body thus preventing our natural energy & life giving fluids circulating correctly around our physical system as once this energy did before the ailment took place.

When you can relate to this theory of blockages within the bodily mechanics you have more of an understanding to go about trying alternative methods to cure some of your physical ailments.

The key here to help you dissipate & cure your sinuses problem because of a blockage within the area is awareness and relaxation.

Please take a look at my article Pain, Your Physical Ailments & the Cure from Your Mind for more insight on this information!

For the best results on your road to recovery of blocked sinuses one should lie down & become comfortable indeed. Albeit, the idea is to take ALL weight off & relax, every single muscle within the head, face, shoulders & the neck.

Whilst you are relaxing you must consciously focus on ‘the release of’ these areas listed above, one step at a time just focusing & letting any tension dissolve & in no time what so ever you may then become aware of the very pinpoint of your blockage within your nasal system as this is the most tensed area!

When you gently lift your hand & place two or three of your fingers just above your nose, between your eyebrows, where the root of your nose meets your forehead & ever so slightly just above onto this area you can begin to tap gently whilst focusing on relaxation of the blockage!

Your jaw & face must be fully relaxed with your mouth slightly open plus make sure your tongue isn’t holding any tension too.

To see how this technique can help dissolve certain headaches please look at my article The Self Massage Technique to Stop Your Headache

Let me know what you think. Regards Dale

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      Dale J Ovenstone 4 years ago from Wales UK

      Hey Minnetonka Twin so nice to hear from you & thank you for commenting.

      The human mind-body connection is a fascinating subject. I love it & seek all I can

      Have a very good day

      Regards. Dale

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      Linda Rogers 4 years ago from Minnesota

      Great information Dale. I am a big believer in these home remedies and techniques. I have suffered from sinus issues for several years and it can be very frustrating. Thanks for the useful article. Hit many buttons. Hope all is well these days. Have a great week.

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      Dale J Ovenstone 5 years ago from Wales UK

      Hey Jess, thanks for taking the time to comment, nice to know you found the information good.

      Life is for learning, I am practicing as I go along, you are correct of course, my grammar can do with a shake up, but I'm cracking on all the same, editing all of my work as I progress.

      Thanks for the advice, all the best.

      Dale

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      Jess 5 years ago

      Great advice, thanks! Sometimes you misuse words though, for example "albeit"... I'm not saying that to be critical, it's just it sometimes gets in the way of your communication, so maybe your articles would benefit from more rigorous proof-reading

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      Dale J Ovenstone 5 years ago from Wales UK

      Thank you for commenting shara63 focus & relaxation is the key.

      Let us know how you get on

      Regards Dale

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      Farhat 5 years ago from Delhi

      so comfortably you helped out releasing all tension of sinuses.... myself a victim, suffer a lot, precisely during winter...and now i'm going to practice as per your write, i hope it helps me....thankyou for the woderful advice!

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      Dale J Ovenstone 6 years ago from Wales UK

      Hi couturepopcafe, I find that muscle tension, once held onto subconsciously, is responsible for quite a few mishaps regarding the natural flow of the body energy, fluids ect. Thank you for your comment

      Regards Dale

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      couturepopcafe 6 years ago

      It never ocurred to me that facial tension would impact sinuses but makes sense now that you've highlighted the fact. Thanks for writing.

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      Dale J Ovenstone 6 years ago from Wales UK

      Thank you Stefan for your comment, I'm glad you enjoyed the article. Regards Dale

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      stefanwirawan1 6 years ago from Malaysia

      hey Dale, thanks for your comment and its very nice article on how to approach this problems naturally. I can use this information to enhance my knowledge on medicine.

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      Dale J Ovenstone 7 years ago from Wales UK

      Hey Lily, thank you very much, as did I enjoyed your article too lol

      (But keep your eyes peeled because I am going to create many interesting foibles that I know about & experimented with soon within the future!)

      Regards Dale

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      Lori J Latimer 7 years ago from The River Valley, Arkansas

      I came to your profile because of a comment you left on one of my Hubs. I am so glad I did. I love the way you Think :0) Your new fan Lilly

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