Do you have sinusitis and wake up with a stuffy nose and facial pain? Face yoga can help you get rid of this issue. Allergies, infection, or irritation caused by particles or chemicals in the air are common causes. Mansi Gulati, our face yoga expert, demonstrates the most effective yoga asanas for sinusitis relief. These asanas help with breathing during sinusitis by opening the nasal airway.
Sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the sinus tissue. Sinuses are four pairs of cavities (spaces) in the skull. They are linked together by narrow channels. The sinuses produce thin mucus that drains through the nasal channels. This drainage aids in keeping the nose clean and bacteria-free. The sinuses, which are normally filled with air, can become blocked and filled with fluid. Bacteria can grow in this environment and cause an infection (bacterial sinusitis).
This is also known as rhinosinusitis, with "rhino" referring to the nose. When the sinus tissue is inflamed, the nasal tissue almost always swells.
Causes. Sinus infections occur when fluid accumulates in the air-filled pockets in the face (sinuses). This fluid accumulation allows germs to grow. The majority of sinus infections are caused by viruses, but bacteria can also cause sinus infections.
Here are some face yoga which will help you get relief in Sinus and injection.
Kapol Dhauti Kriya- Removes excess mucus from the stomach, thereby addressing ailments such as cough, asthma, leprosy, and so on, and also reduces the likelihood of recurrence.
Thumb Pose- Helps to connect the brain to the body, relieve pain, stimulate endorphins, change our mood, and boost our vitality.
Slap Pose - Improve blood circulation It is an anti-aging treatment that makes the skin look younger. It is said to smooth the skin and reduce wrinkles.
Vowel Kriya- Reduces hypertension, aids in depression, raises stress threshold, aids in the healing of long-term physical illnesses, raises awareness, and more.