how to get rid of a sinus headache

How to Get Rid Of a Sinus Headache

Wondering why you get sinus headache? Well sinuses are air-filled spaces inside your face skull. They present between your Nose Bridge, cheek bones and forehead. These cavities allow muscus to flow out however these cavities can get inflamed by bacterial infections of allergies, get swelled and causes pressure and congestion that restricts the outflow of muscus. Stuffy nose and nasal congestion can result in tenderness in face and pain. Muscus congestion can even cause serious sinus headache. To take control of the situation the inflammation of sinus cavities must be reduced to drain out the muscus. There are different medicines available in the market instant relief from pain. Do not opt for antibiotics indiscriminately as it can lead to the development of superbug and would not help in treat sinusitis. Therefore, I would recommend to go for natural remedies to treat your sinus headache as these methods are human friendly and do not have any post side effects.

Neti Pot:

To reduce the pressure in nasal and inflammation in sinus cavities you can use neti pot. In this process saline solution is used to treat sinus issues. To cleanse the nose, take a cup of distilled lukewarm water and add dissolve two tea spoon of salt into it. Fill this solution in neti pot; place the spout of neti pot into one of your nostrils push the solution in it. The water will go into the cavities and will come out from other nostril with the collected muscus and clearing the passage. Repeat the same process with the other nostril. Once the mucus is drained out, the sinus pressure and headache will automatically reduce.

Cinnamon:

Cinnamon is being used medically for years due to its various benefits for health. Cinnamon has immunity boosting, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral and antioxidant properties which makes it one of the most beneficial spices. Cinnamon can reduce the swelling of nasal passage which will aid in muscus drainage and removes the blockage. To take advantage of this amazing spice boil a cup of water and add cinnamon stick, let it simmer for few minutes and you can drink it twice a day for faster relief or even inhale the vapors from cinnamon tea for extra relief.

Use Cold and Hot Compress:

You can even humidify your interiors by using a hot and cold compress process. If you are not able to take the pain anymore, just take a warm damp towel and place it over your nose and eyes. The warmth and dampness of the towel will make the muscus and make it easy to clear your nasal passage. Place the warm towel for two minutes and repeat the same thing with a cold towel for two minutes. Do it four times a day and you will be amazed by its quick relief.

Use Bromelain & Quercetin:

The swelling in the nasal passage can be mitigated by bromelain. Bromelain is an enzyme which is used as supplement that is very effective to reduce the swelling from nasal passage as it has anti-inflammatory properties. It is extracted from pineapple stem. Not only this bromelain also helps in treating there health issues such as myriad, sprained ankles, arthritis, connective tissues injuries, asthma, cardiovascular disorder, bowel and surgical traumas too. Allergy symptoms like runny nose and watery eyes are caused by the release of histamine. However Quercetin can help in reducing the release of histamine. Quercetin and bromelain can used collectively to solve your sinus headache.

Tea tree oil:

Tea tree oil is an essential oil which is famous for its anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties. Therefore, using tea tree oil will not only provide to relief from sinus headache but it will also treat the cause of microbial issues. You can use tea tree oil to while taking steam by adding few drops of tea tree oil into warm water. Not only this, tea tree oil has many other benefits too for your skin and hair.

About the author:

Jane Scott is currently working as a nutritionist at a renowned firm. With an experience of more than a decade, she is considered as a go-to person in her field of work. She also writes blogs for her website Home Remedies for Life.

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