People who have the following conditions have a higher risk of sinusitis:
• Nasal mucous membrane swelling as from a common cold• Blockage of drainage ducts• Structural differences that narrow the drainage ducts• Nasal polyps (abnormal tissue growths that grow inside the nasal passages and sinuses)• Conditions that result in an increased risk of infection such as immune deficiencies or taking medications that suppress the immune system.
Echinacea boosts your body's immune function.You can repeat the dosage after a three-day break if needed.Take half a teaspoon of enchinacea extract tree times a day for ten days.Garlic: garlic has powerful antimicrobial properties. Eating one or two cloves of raw garlic each day helps to strengthen your immune response aiding in your body's ability to fight infection.
Consume plenty of liquids: consume liquids such as soups and herbal teas like peppermint tea which has decongesting properties. These help the mucus to flow relieving congestion and sinus pressure.
Dairy: also, cut out dairy products - with the exception of yoghurt and cottage cheese - as dairy products increase mucus formation.
1. 2 litres of boiling water2. 5 drops eucalyptus essential oil3. 2 drops peppermint essential oil
1. Add 3 drops of eucalyptus essential oil to a small basin of hot water2. Soak a thick cotton washcloth in the water and place it over your sinuses3. Apply the cloth for 10 minutes; wetting the cloth when it cools down4. Repeat the compress treatment several times a day