Holistic approach to sinusitis treatment

Symptoms of sinusitis: • nasal congestion, runny nose; • discharge from the nose is thick, yellowish-green in color; • feeling of heaviness in the nose, upper jaw, forehead and cheekbones; • headache; • increase in body temperature; • lack of strength. Psychosomatics Reason: repressed tears and resentment. Very often we do not want to let go of old grievances, periodically remember them, and this prevents us from living. We cannot be free if we are held captive by our own grievances and convinced that we are right. Any situation can be viewed from different angles. Remember your offenders and try to understand their motivation. Forgiveness releases from the past, a huge amount of energy is released in us, which we can use to create our own world filled with joy and love. Forgive everyone who has hurt you. Forgive and feel free. Forgiveness is a gift to yourself. Good theme for meditation: “I don’t live to control others. I live to heal my own life and be happy.” Yoga therapy for sinusitis Pranayama – Kapalbhati cleansing breath Fulfillment: in the morning, on an empty stomach. Sit in a comfortable position (preferably in the Lotus position), straighten your back, close your eyes and relax. For 5 minutes, just watch your breath. Then take a deep breath in through your nose and begin to make strong, intense exhalations through both nostrils. Think only about exhalations. Make sure that the chest is convex and motionless, and the face is relaxed. Then again take a deep breath and a few rhythmic exhalations. Do three of these sets with short rests. Asana – Sarvangasana, or shoulder stand, or “birch” Execution: Lie on your back, put your hands along the body. Hold your breath and lift your legs. When they are at a 45-degree angle to the floor, place your hands behind your back. Keep your legs straight but without tension. The arms should support the back as low as possible so that the torso and legs form a vertical line. Press your chin to your chest. Do not open your mouth, breathe through your nose. Stay in this pose for one minute, then slowly lower your legs. Ayurveda view Cause: Kapha dosha imbalance. Suggestions: Kapha pacifying diet. Namely: dry warm food, warming spices (ginger, black pepper, cardamom, turmeric), bitter taste, herbs, honey. Eliminate sugar, dairy products, flour products, canned and processed foods from the diet, eat more fruits with astringent taste and containing vitamin C. Avoid hypothermia. Ayurvedic medicines for sinusitis 1) Drops in the nose – Anu Tailam. Main ingredients: sesame oil and white sandalwood. Application: drip 1-5 drops 2-3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. Lie down, drip your nose, lie down for a few minutes, blow your nose and warm your feet in hot water with sea salt. Do not use drops before going outside. The course is designed for 1-2 weeks. 2) Oil for the nose – Shadbindu Tail (Shadbindu Tail). This is a mixture of herbs infused with sesame oil. Application: drip into the nose 6 drops 2-3 times a day 30 minutes before meals. The course is designed for 2-3 weeks. 3) Ayurvedic tablets – Trishun (Trishun). This is a mixture of plants that relieve fever, inflammation and eliminate infection and pain. Take 1-2 tablets 2 times a day, half an hour before meals or 1 hour after meals. Love yourself and be healthy! Translation: Lakshmi

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