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Sinus Pressure


Many people experience sinus pressure from seasonal allergies or the common cold. Sinus pressure results from blocked nasal passages. When your sinuses cannot drain, you may experience inflammation and pain in your head, nose, and face.

Your sinuses are paired in two, and are found in four main areas of the face:

  1. frontal, in your forehead
  2. ethmoid, between your eyes and across your nose
  3. maxillary, in your cheeks
  4. sphenoid, behind your eyes and along the back of your head

7 home remedies for sinus pressure:

While some over-the-counter treatments can help reduce symptoms, there are also many effective natural remedies.

  1. Dry air and dry sinuses can increase sinus pressure and cause headaches and throbbing pain.
  2. Saline spray contains salt that helps to increase moisture in your nose and reduce sinus pressure.
  3. Resting, A good night’s sleep can help the body to heal. Sleep stimulates your brain to release hormones that encourage tissue growth.
  4. Elevation, Lying flat can increase mucus buildup in your nasal passages, increase your sinus pressure, and disrupt your sleep cycle.
  5. Hydration, Fluids will reduce blockages in your sinuses.
  6. Your sinus pressure may cause you to feel tension in your head, face, and neck. Biofeedback therapy, an alternative treatment method that teaches you how to control your bodily functions, can relieve this pressure.
  7. Similar to yoga, exercise can reduce sinus pressure. Physical activity can increase blood circulation and temporarily relieve congestion to ease breathing.
  8. Relaxation techniques
  9. Relaxation techniques

Sinus pressure symptoms can be painful and uncomfortable. In addition to using traditional treatment methods like decongestants and pain relievers, alternative home remedies can also boost your recovery. If you continue to experience sinus pressure symptoms after a week, or if they begin to worsen, seek medical attention. This could be a sign of a more serious infection that may require prescribed antibiotics.