Natural Way To Treat Sinusist

Sinus infections are an inflammation of the sinuses and can be caused by viral, fungal or bacterial infections. There are two types of sinusitis. The first is acute sinusitis caused by increasing bacteria in the sinus. It can only last for not more than four weeks. And second type is Chronic sinusitis caused by bacteria and fungus. For this type, the swelling and inflammation of the sinus can last for three months. It creates pain in the nasal passage. The patient may also experience fever and pain behind the eyes and near the gums when there is sinus infection. Sore throat and postnasal drip can also be felt which can make the person feel weak and unwell. There are also herbal and homoeopathic remedies that can help reduce the swelling and speed recovery.

                            Home Remedies To Cure Sinus
(1). Water
Drinking water regularly can keep a person away from any forms of nasal and sinus infection. Water can wash up mucus on the throat. It can away any forms of bacteria and fungal build-ups.
(2). Garlic
Garlic, a natural antibiotic that is popularly used in the kitchen is one of the best. Eating raw garlic is the best way to fight infection but if you dislike the taste they are available as tablets and capsules.Ginger is another herb which you can use by steeping thin slices in hot water for 10 minutes and drink it as tea. Inhaling the warm vapours can also relieve pain and pressure.
(3). Oregano oil
Oregano oil with its anti-bacterial properties has been used to treat sinusitis. Add 2 drops in water or juice and drink it several times a day until your condition has improved.
(4). Honey  
 Honey is known to have antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antiseptic effect which is ideal for your sinus infection. Alternate way is to make a nose drop solution by adding a teaspoon of honey into a cup of hot distilled water followed by quarter teaspoon of salt and mixed them. With an eyedropper applies 5_7 drops into your nasal.
(5).  Salt_Baking soda
Create Your Own Saline Solution. Take 1/4 teaspoon of salt and a 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in the bottom of a mug. Add 2 once of boiling water.Stir until the salt and baking soda have dissolved. Check that the solution is no more than lukewarm.Squeeze the nasal aspirator, put the tip in the solution, and let go to fill it up. Lean your head backwards and slightly to the side that has the blockage. Squeeze the solution into your nose. Tilt your head to allow the solution to drain into your sinus.
(6). Salt_Vinegar_Water
Take 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon distilled vinegar, 1 cup boiling water. Dissolve the salt and vinegar in the boiling water. This solution can then be used either with an atomizer or put up in a dropper bottle. You also used this as a nose spray to help with colds to help prevent sinus infections.
(7). Apple cider vinegar_Water
At the first sign of infection combine 2 teaspoons of unfiltered apple cider vinegar in 6 ounces of water, a teaspoon of raw honey or 1 teaspoon of garlic paste  to sweeten and drink 3 times a day for 5 days. The apple cider vinegar helps to thin congested mucus, so it can help prevent sinus infection.
(8). Onion
Let’s start with herbal remedies for sinus infection. Onions contain enough level of sulfur to serve as antibacterial. One can cut a portion of onions and inhale it, but this can cause irritation to the eyes. So for better result, chop the onions into tiny pieces and place it in a pot of boiling water. Let it boil for 10 minutes. After that, put a portion in a bowl or mug and inhale the scent to relieve the clogged nose. For better result, the patient may drink the mixture while it is still Luke warm.
(9). Peppermint Oil
Peppermint oil or eucalyptus in a humidifier can help to open up your nasal passageways.
(10). Cigarette_cigar
Avoid exposure to irritants such as cigarette and cigar smoke.