Clearing Stuffy Nose Disease
As winter approaches and temperatures drop, cold viruses are beginning to be everywhere, infecting helpless victims and spread like wildfire. You probably noticed that no matter where you go, a chorus of sneezes passers seems to follow. In an attempt to stay healthy, you take echinacea tablets, gargle with salt water, and loaded with vitamin C. However, each year, no matter what starts to happen … You feel scratches on his throat. a dull ache in his chest notes. A thermal packs. Before you know it, you are in the depths of despair and suffering a vicious cold that volume of chicken soup seems to be able to heal.
Maybe there are no symptoms of colds more frustrating than a stuffy nose feared. Blow your nose relentlessly, but no matter what, it just seems like you can not clear your sinuses. This is due in part to an increase in mucus production associated with the virus in the upper respiratory tract but can also be largely due to sinus inflammation.
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Fortunately for you, sweet relief is on the way. This simple breathing exercise works about 85 percent of people who suffer from cold viruses and can provide immediate relief effective and congested nasal passages. It only takes two minutes and does not need to buy anything. Best of all, you do not even need to use a Neti pot silly and messy.
Before trying anything, however, you should consult a doctor to make sure it’s just a cold and not something more serious.
Step 1: Pinch your nose and hold your breath.
Step 2: Walk around a fast pace while holding your breath and tighten his nose. Do no more than 20-30 steps. If you feel you are dizzy or short of oxygen, you must release, of course, nose and breathe. Just hold your breath until you feel a strong urge to breathe. Do not hold your breath to the point of discomfort, because it is extremely dangerous.
Step 3: After the release of your nose and take a deep breath, sit down, but make sure to keep your spine as straight as possible. Chest out, shoulders back and chin.
Step 4: Keep your mouth closed and breathe through the nose. Do not inhale deeply – focus on taking small breaths shallow through the nose. On expiration, exhale deeply and concentrate on relaxing muscles. Relax the chest and shoulders and allow the muscles to relax.
Step 5: Take deep ever smaller and nose breathing. Breathe deeply and continue to focus on relaxation. Breathe shallowly breathing the strength to get faster, but it will. Continue breathing in and out through the nose for two to three minutes. The purpose of these shallow breaths is to engage your body hunger for air. His nostrils are opened as a response to this question.
Step 6: Your nostrils must feel now much clearer. Make every effort to keep breathing through your nose, even after you feel better.