10 Home Remedies for Sinus Infection
Sinuses sometimes may be acute or chronic. The sinuses are air-filled spaces in the skull that are lined with mucous membranes; a healthy sinus contains no bacteria or other germs.
Sinuses mainly caused by small hairs in the sinuses which help move mucus out do not work properly due to some medical conditions. If you have allergy or cold then you have more chances to cause too much mucus to be made or block the opening of the sinus. The nasal septum, nasal polyps or nasal bone spur, may block the opening of the sinuses.
Here are 10 home remedies to treat sinus infections in a natural way and get rid of sinus in very less period of time.
- Apple cider vinegar
The top 7 most toxic ingredients in your deodorant… are you poisoning yourself every morning?
by: Frances Bloomfield
(Natural News) A great number of personal care products are loaded with toxic chemicals, and
deodorant is no exception. Your average deodorant is made up of toxic ingredients that have no place being anywhere near you. What’s worse is that repeated exposure will cause these toxins to build up in your body over time. So before you swipe (or spray) your usual antiperspirant against your skin, keep in mind that these ingredients are what go into it:
- Aluminum compounds – Various forms of aluminum are added to deodorants and antiperspirants to block pores and prevent sweating.
A Comprehensive Review of Health Benefits of Qigong and Tai Chi
By Dr. Mercola
Tai Chi, a branch of Qigong, has been practiced for over 2,000 years. Qigong has an even longer history, dating back about 5,000 years.1 Originating in China, these exercises are said to balance and harness qi (also spelled chi), or “life energy,” and is frequently described as meditation in motion, as the activity takes you through a set of slow, gentle movements while you focus on your breath. Just looking at it, it may seem like these exercises do little in terms of exercising your body, but appearances can be deceptive.
Research shows Tai Chi and Qigong provide many physical and psychological benefits. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), it helps channel qi through your body’s energy meridians, thereby improving your overall health and well-being. More specifically, studies have shown Tai Chi stimulates the central nervous system, lowers blood pressure, relieves stress, tones muscles and helps with digestion and waste elimination.
Tai Chi may be particularly beneficial for the elderly, thanks to its low impact. You can even do Tai Chi if you’re confined to a wheelchair. Those struggling with chronic pain or stiffness may also benefit a great deal. More often than not, one of the worst things you can do when you’re in pain is to stay inactive, as this merely weakens your muscles further, increasing rather than lessening your pain and stiffness.