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5 Best ways to tackle sinusitis

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Do you have nasal congestion, facial pressure, or a cough? If you answered yes to one of these, you could have sinusitis, a.k.a a sinus infection. Luckily, there are a few tricks to help reduce the symptoms of sinusitis. Take a look at our five easy tips to tackle sinusitis when it starts.

  • Stay hydrated

Staying hydrated will help your irritated sinuses drain and thin out thick mucus. It’s best to drink water, but other great alternatives are clear broths, hot tea, fruit juices that do not contain added sugar. 

  • Steam inhalation

Loosen thick mucus with a steam treatment. Pour hot water into a large bowl, place a towel on the back of your neck, lean forward and let the steam open your airways. Adding a drop of peppermint or eucalyptus oil to hot water can offer a refreshing option.

  • Spice it up!

If you love spicy food, you now have a great excuse to eat it. Cayenne pepper is one the best foods for sinusitis. The pepper contains capsaicin, which is a natural remedy for nasal congestion.

  • Probiotics

Grab your favorite yogurt and enjoy the added benefits of fighting off the bad bacteria responsible for your sinus infection. Yogurt contains probiotics, which protect the healthy bacteria while removing bad bacteria.

  • Visit the doctor

If you have facial pressure, nasal congestion, headaches and trouble breathing, it’s time to see the doctor. Your doctor will determine how serious your sinus infection is and the right treatment options for you.

If you’re experiencing the common symptoms of sinusitis, request an appointment today to visit one of the ENT specialists at Premier Medical.

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