Stuffy nose?

If you’ve never had to deal with sinus problems, consider yourself darn lucky.

Because sinuses can bring about big-time misery.

The stabbing feeling behind the eyes, pressure that makes your head feel heavy and fuzzy, gross drainage, thick mucus… even bad breath.

Sinus troubles can make it hard to concentrate… or even function.

In fact, Harvard researchers found that if you regularly deal with sinus issues, it’s among the worst conditions you can be cursed with.

Creating problems with energy, mental health, even your work and home life.

Conventional remedies give little relief because they attack they absolute wrong thing: mucus.

We’ve all been led to believe that when it comes to persistent sinus issues, mucus is the enemy that must be eliminated.

Think about it.

If you’re suffering from sinus pressure, drainage, trouble breathing, you name it, the first thing you’re told to do is “dry it up.”

That’s plain wrong.

Because when you dry up your mucus and shrink your mucus membranes, it triggers a clap-back reaction… more congestion.

And the awful cycle continues.

Healthy, slippery mucus is vital to keeping your nose healthy.

It cleans and moistens sinuses and allows for soothing air to flow from your nose to your lungs.

It also sweeps away unhealthy particles, invaders and the like.

Don’t fall for the “dry up your mucus” sham.

When you’re feeling sinus pressure, try these at-home remedies for quick relief.

Neti pots have become quite sought-after for short-term relief of sinus pressure.

But they’ve actually been around for thousands of years to help sinuses.

If you’ve never seen a neti pot in action, it can seem a little odd.

You fill a little pot with a mixture of warm water and salt and pour it into one nostril. The water travels through your nasal cavities and comes out the other nostril.

Weird? Yes.

But using a neti pot can help moisten dried out sinuses and relieve pain.

One warning about neti pots, though… be careful to use only filtered, sterilized, or previously boiled water.

Never fill a neti pot with tap water, which may contain low levels of organisms.

These organisms can stay alive in nasal passages and create potentially serious problems.

And don’t forget to always thoroughly wash the neti pot after every use… and never share it with others.

Similar to a neti pot is a saline spray.

You can make your own mixture with a combination of ¼ pint of filtered water, ¼ teaspoon of salt, and ¼ teaspoon of baking soda.

Spray it into your nose to help clear nasal blockages and relieve sinus pressure.

Steam can also offer nasal relief.

You can find lots of high-end machines in stores that will create warm steam for you.

But why waste the funds?

Create your own steam with a simple bowl of hot water.

Simply boil water in a pot, transfer the water to a large bowl, place a towel over your face, and put your face over the bowl.

Take long, deep breaths and allow the steam to fill your nasal passages, relieving pressure.

For additional sinus support, you can add a few drops of eucalyptus oil to the water.

Eucalyptus oil is known to relieve the symptoms of sinus congestion… and it smells great.

As an added bonus, the oil can help kill germs in and around your nasal passage that contribute to a sinus infection.

Be sure not to put eucalyptus oil directly on your skin, as it may cause burns.

Now, while each of these techniques may provide quick relief for sinus symptoms, the help they give is just temporary.

For more lasting relief you need to attack the reason for the sinus pain itself.

My Sinus Complete™ includes ingredients that have been clinically shown to stop the real causes of sinus concerns.

If you’ve tried everything out there, but your nasal nightmares keep coming back, Sinus Complete can really help.

In my opinion, it’s the best natural sinus answer that exists today.

God Bless,

Jeff Reagan

Editor, Patriot Health Alliance

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