5 Types of Natural Sinusitis Medication that Can Be Your Choice

stephany By On 22/07/2020 at 11:53

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Sinus Infections: Myth v. Fact

If you’ve ever had a case of sinusitis, you know the discomfort and pain it can cause – but do you know what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to a sinus infection?

Read on to learn about common myths surrounding.

However, here is our herbal tea for your sinus infection. Take hold of this opportunity to manage your symptoms.

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It helps the mucus to become liquid so that it can drain more quickly. This herbal tea also has antibacterial and antiviral properties to relieve symptoms of inflammation. As for him, the gas to be inhaled is very effective. So you can inhale the vapor of this mixture without fear. This will help you expectorate and reduce the accumulated secretions. The combined action of herbal tea and gas helps clear the sinuses and relieve pressure. This natural treatment is very effective and has already allowed the cure of many patients. This is the secret to curing sinusitis with herbs. This will prevent you from having to have surgery. However, in addition to the natural treatment, you will need to take certain precautions. Indeed, several foods are to be banned from your daily life (milk, cheese, ice cream, and yogurts). But until this is done, it will be difficult for you to recover from your sinusitis. 

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Myth: Sinus headaches are caused by a sinus infection.

A sinus headache describes pain that occurs in the area of the sinuses – around and behind your eyes. While a bacterial sinus infection can cause such pain, a sinus headache is unlikely to actually be caused by a bacterial sinus infection. Instead, the more frequent culprits are the common cold, an allergic reaction, and/or a migraine headache. It’s important to remember that the common cold can cause sinus pain that can mimic a sinus infection; but again, the common cold is a viral infection. Viral infections only lead to a true bacterial sinus infection about 2% of the time.

Fact: There are different categories of sinusitis.

With more than 3 million cases in the U.S. per year, it’s one of the most common medical issues, yet there is a good deal of confusion surrounding sinusitis.

A sinus infection is typically characterized by inflammation of the sinus cavities. When these cavities become inflamed they shrink and obstruct the nasal passages, thereby preventing mucus from draining properly.

There are three categories of sinusitis:

  • Acute sinusitis – can last up to three weeks
  • Chronic sinusitis – can last for a longer period, even years
  • Recurrent sinusitis – recurs frequently, and repeatedly impacts the sufferer’s health

And, while a sinus infection can be caused by a number of factors – a cold, an allergy, or an infection – it tends to present the same way, with symptoms including facial pain, headache, and congestion.

A natural sinusitis remedy that you can easily find at home

1. Ginger

Ginger is often processed into healthy drinks that can have a warm effect on your body. It turns out that, ginger is also useful to relieve sinusitis infection with the help of natural anti-inflammatory which is able to reduce swelling in the nasal membranes. Studies show the role of ginger in treating sinus by suppressing mucus production and alleviating dizziness in your head.

If you want to try natural sinusitis remedies from the basic ingredients of ginger, processed ginger tea can be one of the best choices. Because the steam produced from ginger tea can relieve respiratory cavities from mucus blockage.

2. Apple cider vinegar

Another natural sinusitis remedy that you can use is apple cider vinegar. The reason is, this natural ingredient is rich in various nutrients such as vitamins A, E, B1, B2, calcium, and magnesium. These nutrients can cleanse the sinus cavities and treat allergic symptoms due to sinusitis.

Reporting from Medscape General Medicine, apple cider vinegar has long been used to clean wounds and prevent infection. A study from the University of North Carolina's School of Medicine, states the benefits of apple cider vinegar can prevent bacterial growth. However, it should be remembered that the use of apple cider vinegar is not a substitute for antibiotics from doctors, but only used to accelerate inflammation healing.

The treatment can be done by mixing two or three tablespoons of apple vinegar into a cup of hot water, then add honey or lemon to add to the flavor. After consuming this regularly, notice that the color of your mucus will turn clearer. This mucus thinning is a sign that your sinusitis infection has improved.

3. Garlic

Garlic is a traditional spice that is widely used in food preparations. Even the taste, rarely Indonesian cuisine that does not use garlic as a basic spice. It turns out that this ingredient also has good benefits for your health as one of the natural sinusitis remedies.

Garlic is not only useful to relieve sinus infections naturally but can prevent it from the beginning. A study says that consumption of garlic during winter can warm the body while curing the flu. The reason, allicin compounds contained in garlic can kill germs.

Garlic is known to have a spicy taste and a sharp aroma, for that you can consume it together with a mixture of tomato juice and lemon juice that is heated in a pan for several minutes. Consume this drink twice a day until the sinus infection subsides or even disappears.

4. Oregano oil

Are you an oregano fan? Yes, oregano is generally found in the form of dried leaves and is very small in size. Usually, it is often used to add flavor to food. Not only that, but it also turns out the leaves and flowers can produce oregano oil which is useful for the treatment of sinusitis, you know.

Behind its simple appearance, it is unexpected that the content of natural ingredients in oregano oil is very beneficial for your health, which has two compounds, carvacrol, and thymol, which are powerful antibacterial and antifungal. As well as having anti-inflammatory properties that can reduce pain from swelling in the nasal cavity, so can free flow of mucus in the respiratory tract, reported from HealthLine.

Suggested use can be done by adding a few drops of oregano oil to a bowl of boiling water, then close your eyes while inhaling the aroma. Do this for a few minutes and repeat the process twice a day during the morning and evening, until sinusitis complaints gradually improve.

5. Turmeric

Turmeric that you often find among these herbs turns out to have anti-inflammatory properties that are allegedly able to treat infections due to sinusitis. In addition, the main compound of curcumin in turmeric is also effective for cleaning the respiratory tract and curing the infected sinus cavity.

Research conducted by the University of California states that turmeric contains antibiotics and antivirals that are good for health. You can consume it by mixing some turmeric and ginger and brewing it with hot tea. This combination can help calm your blocked nasal passages by taking them several times a day. Drinking turmeric herbal medicine can also be a natural sinusitis medicine choice.

 

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