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Sunday 22 May 2011

Yoga to relieve sinus

Yoga can reduce the affection of the sinuses and provide relief from side effects of the disease. It relieves migraines and nasal congestion due to allergies. It also provides greater comfort for the muscles of the face with specific exercises for breathing.

It gives freshness to the mind and body. Exercise Breathing full open nostrils and provides space so that you can breathe comfortably without straining for breath. If there is a blockage that causes the voice is also impaired, breathing exercises help to dissipate in the throat area and helps to make the voice clearer. It provides relief from sneezing and coughing.

Different yoga poses such as:

Surya Namaskar (sun salutation), Bhujangasana (cobra), MATSYASANA (fish), Sinhasana (lion), Savasana (corpse) Viparitakarani (half-candle) and pranayama (breathing exercise) help to alleviate pain due to trauma sinus .

Alternate breathing (NADH Shodan) contributes to failure to provide comfort to the nostrils to provide relief of obstruction in the nose and throat.

Drink plenty of water also helps reduces sinus problems. Beverages like tea; evening should be avoided because they increase the heat in the body and the effect of sinus congestion. Yoga Exercises show guaranteed results, but at the same time, additional precautions must be taken on the food. Exposure to cold should be avoided and at the same time the consumption of foods that are frozen or cold drinks are rather to be kept at a distance!

My grandfather used Thyme infusions to relieve bronchial and cough but here's a great recipe to clear the sinuses also with this beautiful plant:

Facial Sauna with thyme to clear sinuses: Remove thyme leaves (or three good pinches of dried thyme) in a bowl. Drizzle with boiling water. Place the head over the escaping steam, cover and breathe the smell. Repeat from 7 to 8 times a day to combat a flu or sinusitis. Thyme was traditionally used to treat conditions such as coughing and airway inflammation. It also contains thymol, which would be property of tackling bacteria. The Romans used it to purify the air. It is found as an ingredient in some soaps, toothpaste and mouthwash.

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