Commonly, those who have a disease called sinusitis often see problems like a blocked nose, heaviness in the head and shortness of breath. In colloquial language it is also called sinus. This is a problem related to the respiratory system. Actually, there are many fine holes in the bones of the scalp (skull) of the head, through which oxygen reaches the brain and the head feels light. When there is a cold or a cold, these pores get filled with phlegm, which makes it difficult for the person to breathe. This problem is called sinusitis.
The practice of Setu Bandhasana back stretches the neck and chest. Due to which the stiffness of the muscles is removed. Along with blood, the flow of oxygen in the body is also done properly. Along with backache, headache due to sinus can also be overcome by the practice of this asana.
Ustrasana improves the breathing process. Along with this, this asana also creates tension in the throat and chest. The practice of Ustrasana can help in reducing the blockage in the nasal airways.
The daily practice of Bhujangasana expands the lungs and other organs of the respiratory system, thereby reducing the problem of mucus accumulation in the sinuses, which is a great relief in sinus.
The problem of headache, fatigue and restlessness is removed by the practice of Janu Shirshasan. Lack of sleep and high BP increase the sinus further. So for this, do Janu Shirshasan, this will remove both these problems, which will give relief in sinus.
The practice of Gaumukhasana creates a stretch in the chest muscles and opens the way for breathing. Apart from this, this posture is also beneficial in anxiety or fatigue.
Include these food items
Honey, Green Tea, Ginger, Garlic, Onion, Aloe Vera, Pineapple
Avoid these food items
Dairy Products, Cabbage, Okra, Banana, Flour, Cheese, Butter, Fried Products, Soda, Peanuts, Chocolate
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