Chronic Sinus Infection - Sinus Infection Home Remedies - Learn What Works To Stop Sinusitis Misery
Sinus Infection Home Remedies - Learn What Works To Stop Sinusitis Misery
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If I told you there was a way you could drastically reduce or even eliminate your sinus suffering by following a simple, natural daily routine (that took only minutes) Would you be interested?
Someone asked me that very question and I jumped at the chance and have never looked back. Not only was the improvement immediate but the swelling and discomfort have continued to diminish as I work the program.
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I keep working it-and it keeps working for me. You can benefit from this too.
That simple, natural routine has been the daily use of my Neti Pot. If you know what a neti pot is and have been thinking about buying one to help cleanse your sinuses you are on the right track. Go buy one and start using it daily.
You can find them on ebay for less than 25 bucks. I recommend the stainless one so you can put it in the dishwasher. I had one of the plastic jobs and my dishwasher melted it.
I use mine in the shower. I put one teaspoon of sea salts (my local grocery store has it) in a half liter of tepid water and mix it well. Then I use it to gently rinse my sinuses. I may use it more than once a day if the pollen is particularly heavy or I do something that tends to set my sinus allergies off-like mowing the yard.
I have really been a lot more comfortable since I started minimizing my swelling and drainage by rinsing out the irritants before they can do too much damage. It's simple and it works.
It's no secret that the latest studies show that most of us who have a chronic sinus infection problem have a underlying fungal (yeast) infection in our sinuses. The problem is that the medical community can't agree on how to treat it.
"I had sinus infection and was experiencing incredible pulsating headaches. I tried every single remedy, but nothing seemed to help. Then I got sinuvil and just after 3 days it was gone. Thank you!!!" Jennifer from California
Some say the fungus is the problem-others say the problem is autoimmune. Kind of like a allergy-that our body is attacking itself and the fungus is harmless.
I think the fungus is the problem and here's why.
When I follow my neti pot rinse routine and a diet that minimizes the growth of yeast and mold I feel great! So for me the solution is to try to get rid of (or minimize) the fungal infection.
The problems start when I get to feeling so well that I forget I have sinus problems-and forget to work my diet and neti pot program.
I feel very fortunate to be able to "forget" I have a sinus problem sometimes. I never thought that could happen for me but it has.
Get yourself a neti pot and start rinsing out your sinuses daily-You wont regret it.
If you want to check out the program that helped me get my life back here is the link:
The Sinus Infection Cure
It's a goofy website but the program works - and that's what matters right?
I would really love to hear your comments or thoughts.
Melody Fields is a healthy lifestyle fanatic, stay at home mom and consumer advocate. She enjoys writing articles in her spare time.
The original source onfo for most of this article can be found at http://www.TheSinusInfectionCure.com
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