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Is there any natural remedy for sinusis?
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Dr. Alen Cohen
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
4 doctors agree
In brief: Neilmed Sinus Rinse
Many times people call it sinusitis, but it's simply an allergic exacerbation that is causing one's sinuses to get inflamed and cause pressure and congestion.
Often rinsing one to two times daily with a saltwater rinse can make a huge difference in decreasing inflammation within the sinus cavities.

In brief: Neilmed Sinus Rinse
Many times people call it sinusitis, but it's simply an allergic exacerbation that is causing one's sinuses to get inflamed and cause pressure and congestion.
Often rinsing one to two times daily with a saltwater rinse can make a huge difference in decreasing inflammation within the sinus cavities.
Dr. Alen Cohen
Dr. Alen Cohen
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree
In brief: Nasal rinse may help
Sinusitis is an infection in the hollow spaces inside the face bones, and is treated with antibiotics to kill the bacteria while allowing the trapped pus or mucus to gradually flow out through the nose.
To help mucus clear out of the nose, whether due to infections or allergies, one can try over-the-counter salt-water (saline) rinses. They are sold as a squeeze bottle and little salt packets.

In brief: Nasal rinse may help
Sinusitis is an infection in the hollow spaces inside the face bones, and is treated with antibiotics to kill the bacteria while allowing the trapped pus or mucus to gradually flow out through the nose.
To help mucus clear out of the nose, whether due to infections or allergies, one can try over-the-counter salt-water (saline) rinses. They are sold as a squeeze bottle and little salt packets.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Maiysha Clairborne
Family Medicine
In brief: Neti Pot
Nasal saline sinus washes are a great way to rinse out allergens from the sinuses.
Steam vaporization can also improve congestion. I suggest dropping 1 drop of eucalyptus or peppermint in hot steamy water (or shower) to open the sinuses. Be sure to only use distilled water when washing the sinuses to avoid potential infection from tap water.

In brief: Neti Pot
Nasal saline sinus washes are a great way to rinse out allergens from the sinuses.
Steam vaporization can also improve congestion. I suggest dropping 1 drop of eucalyptus or peppermint in hot steamy water (or shower) to open the sinuses. Be sure to only use distilled water when washing the sinuses to avoid potential infection from tap water.
Dr. Maiysha Clairborne
Dr. Maiysha Clairborne
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