Blocked Nose In Harmattan? How To Clear It Up Without Medication






The dry season this year, sure isn't pleasant, leaving flu, cold, runny noses and dry throats in its wake, mine was certainly the worst of all.

Well, I am here to talk about one annoying problem we always face during the dry season "the blocked nose issue", sometimes you feel you can't breathe, and when you try to blow the mucus out, it seems you are trying to blow your nose off. Normally you would rush to the chemist store or any store which sells a nasal decongestant e.g. Robb, Aboniki etc. to free of yourself from that stress.

But wait a minute, before you spend more on nasal decongestants, trying to free your nose of that mucus which is causing you so much trouble, your body is actually prepared to take care of this kind of situation.

I mean that you can actually clear your nasal passages "without using a nasal decongestant".

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Here it goes : 

Simply press your tongue against the roof (top) of your mouth, then simultaneously flick your finger against the area between your eyebrows for about 20 seconds or longer.

Don't forget to breathe while doing it. 

What does this do?

This makes the bone in your nose to rock (move) back and forth which loosens up your nasal passage and clear your sinuses (that is the cavity in the bones of the skull or face connecting with the nasal cavities) up after about 20 seconds.

Normally it will relieve you of some stress and give you some breathing space.

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Why does the nose get clogged in the first place 

Stuffy nose goes beyond having too much mucus in the nasal passages which clogged up one of your nostrils. A clogged nose is actually caused by inflamed blood vessels in the sinuses. 

Other ways to get relief from a stuffy nose includes


  • Using a humidifier
  • Taking a hot shower (will give you short time relief instantly)
  • Breathing steam from hot water in a bowl (this will have the same effect as the hot shower): To try this one out, simply boil some hot water and pour it in a large bowl. Once the temperate is right (or hot enough), place a towel over your head and put your head over the bowl. Allow the steam to build, and take in deep breaths. Be careful not to burn your face in the hot water or steam.
  • Using a warm compress


So there you have it.

I remain your favorite health blogger, Paul Samuel FitnessDoctor



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