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Are constant sniffles, sneezing and sinus pressure robbing you of sleep and not allowing you to enjoy your day? Instead of waiting for days, or even weeks, for relief from your doctor, the power is in your hands to bring your throbbing sinuses back under control. There are three simple strategies that you can use, right in the comfort of your own home, that are not only easy but inexpensive and ideal for easing your sinus symptoms until you can get in to see your doctor.

If you have chronic sinus symptoms then you are going to want to make an appointment to see your doctor, self-care strategies will only ease the symptoms, not cure them. First and foremost, you need to be the master of your environment. Make the air in your home moist and warm so that your sinuses can stay the same way too. Humidifiers, vaporizers and even taking a warm shower will help to ease the congestion and pain. You can also avoid your exposure to allergens, which could be making the pain and congestion worse.

There truly is nothing worse than a runny nose, but when you add pain to the mix it can make an uncomfortable situation almost unbearable. You can apply ice or heat packs for relief of pain and pressure and there are also over-the-counter painkillers that you can take for sinus pain. You can even talk to a pharmacist about which one would work best for you. If you are experiencing a sore throat that's been brought on by a post-nasal drip from the congestion, then gargling with a little salt water will help.

There is nothing wrong with babying your nose if you're dealing with a cold, sinus infection or allergies. There are a lot of options that you can use to deal with the symptoms right away, from over the counter to the basic saline sprays. You also need to limit any irritants like chlorinated pools, temperature changes and second-hand smoke, as all of these can add to nasal irritation. Staying hydrated can also help to ease sinus discomfort, so be sure to drink plenty of water.


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