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Sinusitis Herb: How Do I Get Rid of Sinus Headache?

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Sinusitis Herb and How Do I Get Rid of Sinus Headache?

Healing sinuses person suffers from sever headache in most cases. Even if the pain is not severe its irritating. Hence it becomes difficult for a patient to concentrate and do normal activities. In irritation some patients shout out, 'How do I get rid of sinus headache?' Now instead of going panic and yelling, its wise if they find the ways to get rid of headaches.


So to find the answer to this question 'How do I get rid of sinus headache?' one has to think sensibly and cool. To get rid of sinus headache one should think how to clear the nasal passage and sinus exits which get blocked by the mucus. Inhaling steam not only soothes the pain in the nasal passages but also provides humidity that is very much essential to clear the excess mucus from your nasal cavity to sinus chambers. Lets find out more on it. Thinking of what to do upon reading this article on Sinus Pain? Well you can very well use the information constructively by imparting it to others.




  • You can browse the web to find many other therapeutic and holistic approaches to your question,'How do I get rid of sinus headache?'.
  • The web is a rich source to know the different effective home practices around the world to get rid of sinus pain. Surprised



You ask some one,'How do I get rid of sinus headache?' You will get many answers like applying vaporizers or balms on the fore head, taking painkillers etc. But before you try them its important to know the main cause of your sinusitis. How is it that while sometimes sinus leads to headache but not always is also very important to know. It depends upon the sinuses affected and the kind and the extent of infection and the severity with which the body has responded to it.

Sinus headache is caused when there is an infection in the sinus cavities either due to some microbes like virus or bacteria or because of an allergic attack. How to get rid of sinus headache is all about making the symptoms of the sinusitis to subside! Rolling Eyes



  • Here are few more answers to your question, 'How do I get rid of sinus headache?' Try to rest and be calm.
  • Take some medications (analgesics) prescribed by the doctor for the headache.
  • Don't read or write anything exerting pressure to your eyes.
  • If possible take some hot beverages like tea or coffee.
  • If you feel disturbed by bright light take rest in a semi dark room.
  • Avoid noisy environment in case of sinusitis headaches and don't shout.
  • In case the pain is severe and unbearable don't fright and call for a doctor for immediate relief.
  • Reading all this about Sinus Relief is sure to help you get a better understanding of Sinus Relief.
  • So make full use of the information we have provided here.



Q: I Had My Spleen Removed Because of Hodgkins Disease

What should I use for stuffy sinus and constant hoarseness? - Patrick A: In my opinion, you shouldn't "use" anything, but go see a Chinese medicine (CM) practitioner (acupuncturist/herbalist) for the appropriate herbs for your condition, which I cannot diagnose over the internet. I wonder if you are hoarse because of over the counter decongestants? - B Smile

Treat the Causes and the Symptoms To treat it well, you need not only a sinus draining formula like Cang Er Zi Tang (CEZT) as the basis, but also herbs that address the root and related patterns. Only taking CEZT would not fix the cause of the problem, so by itself it would be only a temporary fix. We would add all or parts of formulas like: Surprised.

Hoarseness and the Lung-system In Chinese medicine, we generally attribute hoarseness and loss of voice to dryness. The Lung-system, which includes the throat, is said to "hate dryness." The Lung likes to be moist - so the Lung yin is very important, and dryness is the enemy. Writing this composition on Sinus Draining was a significant contribution of ours in the world of literature. Make this contribution worthwhile by using it. Smile

The Spleen in Western and Chinese Medicine Well, first please note that the Spleen of CM is different than the anatomical spleen of western medicine. The western spleen organ is mostly involved with blood, whereas the Chinese medicine Spleen organ-system is about digestion, assimilation, getting energy to the four limbs. In western terms, Spleen qi is probably something like enzymes (though not limited to that), which work with the stomach acid (part of the Stomach qi or yang) to digest the food. Maintaining the value of Sinusitis was the main reason for writing this article. Only in this way will the future know more about Sinusitis.

Causes of Sinus Congestion There is a connection with the sinuses: In CM, Spleen deficiency leads to dampness and phlegm (this is probably the "wet spleen" you were trying to remember), which can show up in sinus congestion. The Spleen is said to "raise the clear yang and descend the turbid yin." But there are other causes and factors in sinus congestion: inflammation (heat), stress, qi stagnation, and Liver/Gallbladder damp-heat. Wink

Liu Jun Zi Tang for Spleen deficient dampness Er Chen Tang for phlegm Long Dan Xie Gan Tang for Liver Gallbladder damp-heat Shu Kan Wan or Xiao Yao San for Liver qi stagnation. Huang Lian Wen Dan Tang for phlegm and Stomach heat.

Fact, the autumn season (when this question was asked and article was written), is associated with beyond the cure and with dryness. So this would be the time of the year that the most people would get hoarse.

For more on sinus problems, read these three articles: ***** ***** ***** Give yourself a momentary pause while reading what there is to read here on Sinus Problems. Use this pause to reflect on what you have so far written on Sinus Problems.

Q: I Went to the Doctor Because I Was Hoarse

With the sinus drainage and him thinking that it could be stomach acid, I did try things like Nexium and Nasonex spray, without any luck. In reading some of your website I thought that I read something about a sinus and spleen connection. I think it was something about wet or dry spleen that herbs could help. If you don't have a spleen, it seems that you would be prone to constant sinus problems, which I think I have. It seems like I always have some mucous at the back of my throat. Any ideas? I would appreciate any info you can offer. I will try to locate a Chinese medicine practitioner. Thanks, - Patrick The magnitude of information available on Sinuses can be found out by reading the following matter on Sinuses. We ourselves were surprised at the amount!

But You can't Take Them All! and, Taking the Wrong Ones Could Make You Worse

So, get thee to an herbalist - that is, an acupuncturist who knows their herbs. We have an acupuncturist-finding resource which also has some tips for evaluating several acupuncturists before deciding which one to see. The information available on Sinuses is infinite. There just seems to be so much to learn about, and to write about on Sinuses.

Most of the medicines, which are used for sinus, related problems have their own side effects like adversely impacting on mental alertness, rise in blood pressure, increased heart rate, loss of sleep etc. Persistent use of medicines can also lead to thinning of bones, cataract and diabetes. So home remedies for sinus problems should be preferred over medicines till they succeed in lessening the discomfort. Smile

The one very important thing which people over look while going for home remedies for sinus problems is that they do not raise their head while sleeping. While taking rest or sleeping. One should use more than one pillow or should readjust the bedposts. A raised head leads to easy draining of nose and makes breathing easier. If the head is not raised then it makes mucus to pool inside the head. So one should not over look this precaution. Using great confidence in ourselves, we endeavored to write such a long article on Sinus Cavities. Such is the amount of matter found on Sinus Cavities. Shocked



  • The most popular among the home remedies for sinus problem is inhaling steam from a pot of hot water or vaporizer.
  • This soothes the inflamed sinus cavities.
  • Salt-based nasal sprays produce a similar effect.
  • Such a spray can be prepared with ' teaspoon each of salt and baking soda in eight to ten ounces of water.
  • This solution can be applied to the nostrils either with a small atomizer or a nose dropper.
  • This can be considered to be a valuable article on Sinus Problem.
  • It is because there is so much to learn about Sinus Problem here.
  • Taking any hot liquid like soup is also one of the most common home remedies for sinus problems.
  • The steam from the hot liquid helps in unclogging the nasal passages.
  • The liquid dilutes the mucus in the nose and makes breathing a lot easier. Rolling Eyes



There are Home Remedies for Sinus Problems to Replace Decongestants Like Menthol as Well

For example sniffing an onion produces the same kind of stimulation because of irritation as is produced by menthol etc. and makes the nose to run. To clear a stuffed nose all that one needs to do is to make it run. So it is also advisable to take a lot of spicy stuff. A hot or spicy food makes our body to produce some reflex action like making the nose to run. The sources used for the information for this article on Sinus are all dependable ones. This is so that there be no confusion in the authenticity of the article.



  • Sinusitis is an infection of the mucous membranes lining the sinuses, which are present in and around the face.
  • Sinusitis may be acute or chronic.
  • Acute sinusitis may improve on its own, but chronic sinusitis usually requires treatment.



Procedure called "Shodhan Nasya" is used, in which medicated oil (Vacha oil, containing Acorus calamus) or Shigru (Moringa oleifera) seed powder or Madanphal (Randia spinosa) powder is put into the nostrils, after giving fomentation to the area surrounding the nose. This helps in draining the sinuses, and contributes to early recovery. For further reduction in sinus inflammation, mild medicated drops are used, such as Anu oil or Panchendriya vardhan oil. Aiming high is our motto when writing about any topic. In this way, 4 steps to take whatever matter there is about Sinuses, rather than drop any topic.

For recurrent sinusitis, Ayurvedic compounds like Laghu Malini Vasant, Madhu Malini Vasant and Suvarna Malini Vasant are used along with Pippali (Piper longum). A special preparation called Chausashtha Pippali is used in a gradually increasing dose, followed by a gradually decreasing dose. Sometimes, several courses of these medicines are required. We are satisfied with this end product on Acute Sinusitis. It was really worth the hard work and effort in writing so much on Acute Sinusitis.

Sinusitis is Termed as "Dushta Pratishyaya" or "Peenas" in Ayurveda

Ayurvedic treatment is effective in both the acute and chronic types of sinusitis. Enhancing your vocabulary is our intention with the writing of this article on Sinus Inflammation. We have used new and interesting words to achieve this. Smile

Dr. A. A. Mundewadi, B.A.M.S., has clinical experience of 22 years and clinical research experience of 9 years. He has published his findings of herbal treatment of HIV / AIDS in 55 patients in the Bombay Hospital Journal, Mumbai, India, July 2005 issue. We have not included any imaginary or false information on Chronic Sinusitis here. Everything here is true and up to the mark!

Oral medication is advised of ghee treated with Haridra (turmeric), Musta (Cyperus rotundus), Vishwa (Zinziber officinale), Karanj (Pongamia pinnata), Renukabeej (Vitex negundo), and Yava-Kshar. Medicated ghee containing Hinga (Ferula narthex), Yava-Kshar, Deodar (Cedrus deodara) is also recommended. Using our imagination has helped us create a wonderful article on Sinuses. Being imaginative is indeed very important when writing about Sinuses! Idea

Several Ayurvedic Formulations are Used for the Treatment of Sinusitis

Tribhuvankirti, Sitopaladi, Godanti Bhasma, Yashtimadhuk (Glycerrhiza glabra), Bhallatak Parpati, Shrung Bhasma and Sanjeevani vati are some of the well known compounds. Sookshma Triphala, Chaturbhuj Ras, and Gandhak Rasayan are used for symptoms like fever and inflammation. Most patients get significant relief in a period of two to six weeks. Even the beginner will get to learn more about Sinus after reading this article. It is written in easy language so that everyone will be able to understand it. Idea

Daily process of applying medicated nasal drops such as Anu oil or Panchendriya vardhan oil (known as "Pratimarsha Nasya") is believed to prevent frequent occurrence of sinusitis. In addition, breathing exercises like Yogic Pranayam, and special procedures like the Yogic Neti, are also very useful. It is advisable to avoid known aggravating factors. Suppressing our knowledge on Sinus is not our intention here. In fact, we mean to let everyone know more about Sinus after reading this!

Medicated ghee containing Chafa (Michelia champaka), Dadim (Pomegranate) flowers, Sabja (Canna edulus) leaves, Kanher (Nerium indicum) leaves, Durva (Cynodon dactylon), Haridra (turmeric) and Keshar (Crocus sativus) is used as nasal drop for obtaining immediate relief from symptoms. It was with keen interest that we got about to writing on Sinusitis Ayurvedic. Hope you read and appreciate it with equal interest.


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