Sinus Treatment in Ayurveda
Sinusitis is any condition of inflammation in the sinuses associated with the nasal cavity. The sinuses are located behind the forehead, nasal bones, cheeks and eyes. The mucus or snot we see in a runny nose with thick mucus and white blood cells is response to an infection. But when the sinuses become blocked and filled with fluid, the germs can grow and cause infection.
At Ayush Ayurvedic Singapore, Sinus Treatment starts with identifying the unusually large amounts of nasal fluids that forms in the nasal passage. It may occur with or without inflammation and obstruction of nasal breathing. Sinus Treatment in Ayurveda suggests drainage of all mucus from the body.
Ayush Ayurveda Singapore recommends approaching Sinus Treatment in a holistic way. This includes strengthening immunity and reducing the susceptibility of getting a sinus infection. Sinus blocks are accompanied by mild or severe headaches. From dehydration, chronic stress, lack of sleep to even unhealthy eating habits, there are plenty of reasons which may also cause a splitting headache. Getting a head massage helps in relieving the tightened muscles and improves blood circulation.
Sinus Treatment in Ayurveda adopts several therapies or approaches to curing and removing the excess ama build-up from the head region. Thalam is a popular therapy which soothes the ear, nose and throat passages as well as combats any infections that may arise. Another great way to remove any built-up toxins is a herbal steam bath which will also help you relieve any pain that you may be feeling. In a herbal steam bath, leaves of medicinal plants are simmered and the body is exposed to the resulting steam. This is excellent for flushing out impurities from the body.
Nasyam is one of the other recommended Sinus Treatment in Ayurveda. In Nasyam, the herbal oil is measured in exact dose and poured into the nostrils, as the client inhales. During the process the area around the nose, neck, shoulders, palms and feet are massaged lightly. When a Nasyam therapy is completed, the body expels the waste toxic mucus called Shleshma, balancing the doshas and providing almost instant relief.