Anybody who has ever had a stuffy nose would understand that this sensation should be avoided as soon as possible.
FOXEEY has gathered several ideas for fast-paced results.
1. If a runny nose is caused by an allergy, do workout
When the pulse rate is greatly increased and the body warms up, the mucus in your nose fluidizes, and blowing would be much easier. 15 minutes of physical activity are appropriate for allergic rhinitis (if allergens are avoided).
2. Warm up the bridge of your nose
Take a hot piece of tissue (you can melt it in a microwave or squeeze it carefully in hot water). Compressing at a reasonable temperature shouldn’t be too hot. Heat will fluidize some mucus. Blow your nose after warming or wash it with oil.
3. Use an air humidifier
When the air moisture is lower than 40%, mucus dries in the nose and causes free breathing problems. If the mucus and humidity are already too low, severe bacterial complications will occur. The ideal humidity level is between 40% and 60%.
4. Massage the point between your nose and lip
Take a 2-3 minute massage from your upper lip to your nose with gentle motions. This technique helps to avoid swelling in the nose.
5. Massage the nasal sinuses
Make circular motions with your index and mid fingers in the nose wing area for 1 to 2 minutes, pressing gently. This cycle can help to open the nasal pathways and make blowing your nose much easier.
6. Massage the point between your eyebrows
For a minute, massage it gently but slowly.
This treatment affects the nasal mucous membrane:
- it prevents the stress and inflammation of the sinuses.
- It’s precautionary.
- Reduces frontal sinus pressure. Pressures are minimized.
Which of these methods will you try or do you have your own tricks?
Illustrated by Daniil Shubin