How to Reduce Sinuses Headaches /Tensions


Sinuses are a series of connected, hollow spaces behind your cheekbones, forehead and nose. Many people experience sinus headache from seasonal allergies or the common cold, results from blocked nasal passages.  Sinus headaches occur when the sinus passages behind your eyes, nose, cheeks, and forehead are congested. A sinus headache can be felt on either or both sides of your head.

                                                                         What causes of Sinus Headache?


Sinus infections cause sinus headaches. Anything that makes mucus buildup in the sinuses can lead to a sinus infection, such as common cold, seasonal allergies trigger mucus production and abnormal growths in the nose or sinuses.  

It can cause intense pain that interferes with your ability to perform your daily activities. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce sinus headaches.



These 3 steps will help you reduce the noise pain and release sinuses pressure to  help your breather better:


1. Steam


Dry air and dry sinuses can increase sinus pressure and cause headaches and throbbing pain. Steam adds moisture to the air, helps to moisten your sinus passages, and thins out mucus that may have thickened over time. Take a hot shower and breathe in the steam to reduce pressure. You can also use a humidifier for more long-term relief. Buy a humidifier now. For an extra boost, add eucalyptus oil to your bath to speed your recovery. Eucalyptus contains cineole, an ingredient known to speed healing of acute sinusitis. The oil also may help to reduce nasal stuffiness and clear your pathways.



2. Hydration


Dehydration can contribute to your sinus passages drying out and increased pressure in your face. Reduce your caffeine and alcohol intake and avoid tobacco. Increase your water intake throughout the day if you’re feeling under the weather. Fluids will reduce blockages in your sinuses. You can also retain fluids through other foods and beverages including: broth soups, ice cubes, tea, water-based vegetables and fruits.



3. Exercise


Exercise can reduce sinus pressure. Physical activity can increase blood circulation and temporarily relieve congestion to ease breathing. Choose any aerobic exercise you enjoy, including walking, swimming and cycling. Warm up slowly! Although uncomfortable to perform while being sick, physical activity can help to improve your recovery time and speed healing.



Sinus headache symptoms can be painful and uncomfortable. If you feel pressure or pain around your sinuses, don’t jump to the conclusion that you have a sinus headache. Take careful note of your symptoms and check for other signs of a sinus infection. If you continue to experience sinus pressure symptoms after a week, or if they begin to worsen, seek medical attention. This could be a sign of a more serious infection that may require prescribed antibiotics.



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