12 Quick Tips for Sinus Sufferers

Want to discover the 12 tips that can make you an air-breathing powerhouse? Just practice some of these tips to open sinuses and stay in the clear…

1). A Pillow Trick for Your Sinuses

Every few weeks put your pillow in the dryer for 10 minutes to kill dust mites that cause allergens & asthma symptoms, plus add an allergy mattress cover for extra protection.

2). Open Sinuses…Monk Style

Sinuses congested? Trying humming “om” like a monk for 20 to 30 seconds, the vibration can open sinuses.

3). Foods That Magnify Your Allergies

Casein is a protein found in milk, yogurt, kefir, cheese, and ice cream. Swap dairy for rice, coconut, or almond milk instead and you’ll minimize the severity of your allergies.

4). Acupressure for Opening Sinus Airways

Place index fingers on the indentations next to nostrils and gently apply pressure and pull away from the nose. Do this for 30 seconds or so and feel your sinuses open.

5). Moisturize to Stop Dry Sinus Pain

Your nose moisturizes the air for proper oxygen exchange to the lungs. Use Sinus Survival Natural Nasal Spray a few times during the day and a humidifier in the bedroom at night. Feel more energy (because you’re getting more air), and stop dry sinus pain.

6). Liquid-Up to Stop Sinus Headaches

Most of us get headaches because we don’t drink enough liquids. Drink more liquids, preferably water (½ an ounce per pound of body weight) and stop headaches.

7). These Common Foods Inflame Your Sinuses

Many foods have molds that cause sinus inflammation & congestion. Avoid canned peanut butter & juices, mushrooms, vinegar, yeast, sauerkraut, and dried fruits.

8). Common Sinus Issues in the Bedroom

Remove books, magazines from around where you sleep. They contain dirt, dust, and molds which cause congestion and allergy symptoms. Also, vacuum often.

9). These Sinus Symptoms are ALL LINKED to this common bacteria:

Fatigue, sinus pressure and sinus pain, sinus congestion, post-nasal drainage, dry cough, discolored mucus, and headaches can all be linked to fungal sinusitis, addressed by the Sinus Survival program. Click to take the sinus quiz here >>.

10). Anti-Inflammatory Foods Relieve Sinus Inflammation

Add these to your diet to limit inflammation: cherries, cold water fish, olive oil, salads, broccoli, kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, turmeric, ginger, blueberries, green tea, and garlic.

11). The Natural Way to Stop Allergies Without Medications

Stop the histamine response with Dr. Masquier’s discovery formulation. Taken daily, Sinus Survival’s Grape Seed Extract builds immunity to allergies, so you never get them in the first place!

12). Double Action – Get Better Sleep While Freeing Your Sinuses

Dr. Ivker recommends taking 400-500mg of Magnesium Glycinate an hour before bed. It’s a natural sleep agent and it helps to free sinuses while you sleep.

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