-Drink plenty of fluids(veg/tomato soups,dal water/coconut water/herbal tea etc), and eat nutritious food(like sprouts). Avoid foods or drinks with caffeine
-Gargle to keep from getting a sore throat.Take only lukewarm water to drink during the day
-Use saline nasal sprays or nasal irrigation.
-Tablet nasorest-p once/twice daily may ease breathing.
-Do steam inhalation once or twice daily.
Its a good inhaler
if you are a smoker, inhalers are different
deep breathing exercises adjunct
about friggere of cold, foods, acidic foods, treat reflux eat early sleep two hours later.
Must consult pulmonologist.
1. Do saline gargles daily.
2. Whenever possible do steam inhalation also.
3. Cover your nose and mouth with hanky for at least 30 sec when you go in dusty areas also when you go in and out of AC. As our nose is the most sensitive part of our body, When there is temperature difference between two rooms or inside n outside, then if we not protect our nose, it gets affected.
4. Drink Hot Liquids --Hot liquids relieve nasal congestion, prevent dehydration, and soothe the uncomfortably inflamed membranes that line your nose and throat. 5. Sleep With an Extra Pillow Under Your Head-- Elevating your head will help relieve congested nasal passages. If the angle is too awkward, try placing the pillows between the mattress and the box springs to create a more gradual slope.
6. Treat That Stuffy Nose With Warm Salt Water-- Salt-water rinsing helps break nasal congestion, while also removing virus particles and bacteria from your nose. 7. Blow Your Nose Often (and the Right Way)-- It's important to blow your nose regularly when you have a cold rather than sniffling mucus back into your head. But when you blow hard, pressure can carry germ-carrying phlegm back into your ear passages, causing earache. The best way to blow your nose: Press a finger over one nostril while you blow gently to clear the other.
Homeopathic treatment has very encouraging results and gives relief in long term
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Dust allergy is partly genetic and partly environmental. Thus it never goes away. With better, less dusty environment the extent if the problem gets reduced. Medicines help to downregulate the immune response of your body to these environmental allergens.
Long term lifestyle changes with gradually tapering medication helps to tackle chronic sinus problems.
Start taking Steam inhalation twice a day.
*For chronic allergic rhinosinusitis you will need to take a long term course of antibiotics together with Nasal sprays.
*You will need to avoid dusty environment and dust mites, animal dander etc.
Regular cleaning of AC air filters. Wearing mask while driving 2 wheelers/working in dusty areas
Medical management is done for 3 months and then patients condition is reviewed.
Intermittent treatment is not beneficial in the long run.
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