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Sinus Massage and Post Nasal Drip


1. What is a sinus Massage?
2. How to do a sinus massage?
3. What is Post Nasal Drip?
4. The symptoms of Post Nasal Drip?
5. What Causes Post Nasal Drip?

  1. What is a Sinus Massage?

    Many people think that sinus massage is very difficult to do and that there is no point to it but it really is a quick and effective method to relieve your sinus. It also promotes drainage and relieve sinus headaches and normal headaches.

  2. How to do a sinus massage?

    Some areas of the face is very sensitive so don't apply to much pressure that will cause pain.

    Begin by gently massaging your forehead and cheeks with small circles, working from the center of your nose going upwards.

    Find the V-shaped notch about 2cm away from your nose, on the underside of your eyebrow ridge. Then with both thumbs on either side apply firm pressure here for 10 seconds, release and repeat 3 times.

    Then move outward about 1cm apart and apply and release pressure here three times.

    With the pads of your middle fingers, feel for bony indentations at the bottom, outer edges of your nose. Apply and release pressure here also.

    With the fourth and middle fingers, apply upward and outward pressure at the top of your nose, between your eyebrows.

    With these same fingers, apply pressure along the underside of the cheekbone.

    Gently massage, with small circles, along your jawbone from your ear to your chin. Relax your face by yawing, then repeat.

    Gently massage or apply pressure to the top of your head, especially right around the crown. You can recognize the pressure points by noting the especially tender spots; that's an indication that some attention is needed.

    When you cant sleep at night or cant work a sinus massage could be a quick fix to a normal life style.

  3. What is Post Nasal Drip?

    Post nasal drip(PND) means that excess mucus drips down the back of the throat. Mucous is continually made by the cells lining the sinus passages. It may be caused by sinusitis or other inflammatory disorders.

    Its function is to humidifies air, moistens and cleans the nasal membranes, traps and clears inhaled dust particles or any foreign matter, and fights infection.

  4. The symptoms of Post Nasal Drip?

    1. Needing to clear your throat- This is the most common symptom of post nasal drip. When mucus drains from the sinuses it will collect at the top of the throat area.
    2. Constant swallowing, clearing throat- This would most likely be due to Post nasal drip and excess mucus.
    3. Continual sore throats that do not develop into colds- Post nasal drip can cause the tiny nasal hairs (cilia) to stop working properly. This causes crusty mucus on the nasal and throat lining and in turn will cause inflammation and irritation, which will be present as a sore throat. Medical doctors often prescribe antibiotics for post nasal drip thinking person is coming down with a cold, this can make the problem worse. Once you have completed the course of antibiotics, most bacteria will return to normal levels, but we find the anaerobic bacteria grow in greater numbers. This can cause a bad breath problem.
    4. Nasal and Sinus Congestion-If you find it hard to breathe through your nose or if you breath through your mouth, then you will find that excess mucus is causing your nasal congestion.
    5. Bad Taste or Sour, Biter Metallic Taste in the Mouth- This means you are tasting sulphur compounds. These are compounds produced bacteria that cause bad breath.
    6. A White or Yellow Coating on the Tongue- This coating is a mixture of sulphur compounds mixed with mucus and sometimes food particles or beverages. It is this coating that people smell when you are talking.
    7. Smelling bad breath on breathing through the nose- You may notice a smell when breathing or eating from the back of the mouth. This is actually escaping from the nasal area.

  5. What Causes Post Nasal Drip?
    1. Inhaled Irritants- This is cause swelling of the nasal and sinus linings, and is common where there is a lot of smog and dust.
    2. Dairy Products- they can cause mucus to thicken dramatically. This will lead bad drainage.
    3. Allergies to foods- These will thicken mucus, and cause bad drainage.
    4. Illnesses- flu, colds, bronchitis, ear infections and tonsillitis are the main culprits in post nasal drip and excess mucus.




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