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Yoga for the treatment of sinus disease



From: Meenakshi Chaudhary, Onlymyhealth Editor Date: April 05, 2018

Frustrated with the recurrent symptoms of sinusitis? If you have tried all antibiotics and other remedies, you can achieve something natural with this problem: Yoga!

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    Sinusitis

    Sinusitis complicates the flow of mucus and leads to chronic problems and chronic problems complaints. While you can always take antibiotics to help alleviate the problem, yoga can also be very effective. Here are some yoga poses that can help you with sinus problems. Image courtesy: Getty

      Sinusitis
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    Standing Forward Bend

    This yoga pose can greatly help you with your sinus problems. First stand upright with your feet away from your hips and lift your arms slowly over your head as you inhale. Bend now from the waist and reach down as far as possible while exhaling. Hold the position as long as possible. Image Courtesy: Getty

      Standing Forward Kick
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    3 Wide Legged Forward Bend

    This pose is a simpler alternative to the Standing Bend and is just as effective as any other pose: Stand shoulder width apart with your feet and raise your arms overhead as you breathe in. Hold down as long as possible and hold for a long time. Courtesy: Getty

      Wide-Legged Forward Bend
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    Downward-facing Dog

    To perform this action, position yourself, lean forward from the waist and place your hands directly under your shoulders on the ground. Now move your feet back as long as you can keep your heels on the floor. Now keep your weight on your hands and heels while dropping your head to see your feet Hold the position for at least five minutes. Courtesy: Getty

      Downward Dog
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    Plowing

    Plowing can help you release the paranasal sinuses for quick relief. To perform the pose, lie on your back with your knees bent and arms outstretched. Now push the floor with your arms to lift your hips and legs off the floor. Slowly lift your legs and try to bring them from the waist to your head until your toes touch the ground just behind your head. Hold this posture for five minutes while breathing slowly. Image Courtesy: Getty

      Plow pose
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    Bridge pose

    Bridge pose is another effective yoga posture that raises the chest above the head and helps loosen the sinus congestion. To perform the pose, lie on your back with your knees bent and move your feet close to your hips until you can touch your heels. Now push the ground with your feet to lift your hips. Slowly roll your shoulders under you and roll your chest up to form a bridge. Hold the pose for at least five minutes. Image Courtesy: Getty

      Bridge Pose
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    Seated Forward Curve

    Seated Forward Pitch is a gentle posture that helps with mild to moderate sinus pressure. At the beginning you sit upright with your legs stretched out in front of you. Raise your arms slowly over your head as you inhale. Now lean forward with your chest as far as possible. Hold the pose for at least three minutes. Image courtesy: Getty

      Seated Forward Bend
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  • 8] Headstand

    This pose is an advanced pose and may take some getting used to, but it is very effective at relieving sinus problems. Begin with a comfortable knee action, placing your hands on the floor. Now place your forearms on the floor and place your head on the floor between your forearms, push your feet off the ground with your legs, and balance your weight on the forearms. Now lift your legs slowly Stay in this wrong position for at least 5 minutes, you can also take support from a wall if you have trouble playing it alone. Courtesy: Getty

      Headstand

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