DIY: How to Clear Your Sinuses in Seconds Using Nothing But Your Fingers

Anyone at any age can suffer from blocked sinuses. Changes in the weather, colds and even allergies can contribute to this ailment and most of us who are affected by this issue reach for the medicine cabinet.

But, there are other drug-free methods that can help us solve the problem and in some cases even outperform the medications. Relieving the pressure of a stuffy nose can be just a touch away.

Learn how to use the following pressure points in order to clear a study nose, stuffy head or stuffy ears.

  1. Use the Tongue and Press Between Eyebrows

The whole idea behind this method is to reduce or eliminate the excessive amounts of mucus which blocks the sinuses. This can be achieved via acupressure. By applying pressure on certain points on the body, you can stimulate the flow of fluids and eliminate mucus. This will help you breathe easily.

This method consists of pushing the tongue flat against the roof of the mouth while simultaneously pressing with one or two fingers between the eyebrows. Hold for 20 seconds and once you release your tongue and finger, you will start to feel movement towards the back of the throat. This is a sign that the accumulated mucus has softened and is moving downward, away from your head.

If you like, you can alternate between pressing your tongue and pressing the point between your eyebrows. You will get similar results.

  1. Applying Pressure Across Your Eyebrows

In order to clear the forehead sinuses, you need a different approach. According to Amber Lynn Vitale, a popular massage therapist, applying pressure across the eyebrows can effectively reduce the accumulated mucus. Place your fingers at the beginning of each eyebrow, near the central point between the two. Lean your head forward and rest on your elbows. You should feel a pressure shift after a few seconds and this will be your sign to move the fingers to the middle of the eyebrows. When you feel another short relief, move the fingers to the end of the eyebrows. You can either hold steady or move the fingers in small circles to stimulate mucus movement. Once the fluid starts moving, you will feel the pressure in the center of your head go away.

  1. It’s Time For A Mini-Massage

Massages undoubtedly provide numerous health benefits. They stimulate the blood flow, improve blood circulation and help supply all of the body tissues with nutrients and oxygen.

Therefore, a mini massage on the sinus area can provide a significant relief when you feel sinus pressure building in your head. A few quick rubs is all it takes in order to get rid of all the extra mucus accumulated in the sinuses.

Push firmly with your fingertips against the notch of your collarbone to get the fluid moving downwards. According to our massage therapist Heather Wibbels, it should feel like you are clearing your throat. Once the pressure is reduced, you will feel the ears open up.

If this method is making you uncomfortable, Wibbles suggests another mini massage. Cross your hands, make a V-shape and use a pulsing motion on the sides of your neck to stimulate the movement of the lymph fluid. This will create suction in the lymphatic system and vacuum the extra fluid that resides in your sinuses downward and away from your head.

Watch the video below for more detailed instructions:

Always remember that there are alternatives to your medicine cabinet. Whatever has your sinuses stuffed and blocked, you can use these acupressure methods in order draw the problematic fluid away and clear your head.




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