Simple Technique To Immediately Clear Your Sinuses

As a person with absolutely terrible allergies, my sinus cavity is often one of the most annoying problem-causing areas in my life.

I get sinus infections almost regularly at the beginning of each summer, or even when the seasons simply change. Which is why I was ecstatic when I found this method of clearing my sinuses.

Sinuses are basically hollow cavities in the skull that are all connected to the same system. Most of them are small, if you don't include the big ones in your cheekbones. They come in pairs, with a cavity on each side of your skull, close to the nose.

Between the eyes rests ethmoid sinuses. Inside of the nose lies Sphenoid sinuses. And Maxillary sinuses are the ones in our cheeks. Aside from the thin layer of mucus that lines each of them, these cavities remain relatively empty.

The most common reasons that they get filled up with gunk from time to time are allergies, colds, the flu, and infections in the sinuses themselves. And all of these ailments can be soothed and treated using home remedies like the one below!

The method for clearing out your sinuses fast and effectively

Alright, to begin, make sure you are seated in a comfortable manner.

  1. Sit so that both your head and body rest at a 45-degree angle. Turn your head to one side and massage downward on the sternocleidomastoid muscle at least 5 times. Once you've finished, turn your head to the other side and do the same to the opposite muscle. This relaxes the neck.
  2. With your index fingers, find the boney, bridge part of your nose. It makes up about half of the length of your nose. At the end of this boney part is a soft part where the bone ends. This soft area is where this technique is most effective. Using a comfortable amount of pressure, massage this soft area in a circular pattern for 20 to 30 seconds. Then, massage the muscles on either side of the nose, toward the cheekbones.
  3. Using your index fingers again, find your upper orbit bone. This is the bone that rests above each eye. From there, locate the supraorbital notch, which is an indentation found above the middle of each eye. Once you've found the notch, massage the area in a circular pattern with firm, comfortable pressure for 20 to 30 seconds.
  4. Lastly, using both hands, find the center of your forehead. Again with a circular motion, apply a firm and comfortable pressure, and massage outward toward your temples.

If you practice this regularly when you have sinus congestion, you should feel at least some relief in the cavities. How much relief you feel is dependant on a few things. First, how well you perform the practices above. Second, how severe the congestion in your head is. And thirdly, how receptive your body is to the techniques above.

If you're not experiencing as much relief as you'd hoped, simply repeat the steps above, with any alterations you feel are personally necessary, until you achieve satisfactory results. If you complete the exercise at least two or three times, you should feel a noticeable difference.

The best ways to prevent severe nasal congestion include not smoking, eating healthy, exercising regularly, and making sure you're well hydrated.


Man Buys Stranger's Groceries When Overhearing Her Tell Her Daughter They Can't Afford To Eat That Night

Kindness is within us all

A man has recently been getting attention online for his inspiring act. One night, while he was minding his own business, he was confronted with a family in need. He had two options. He could have done the same thing everyone else did in the store and let them figure it out for themselves, or he could be their hero that day and help them out within his means.

The thing is, the man didn't have much money himself, and he was working two jobs to support himself and his kid. Here's how he decided on what to do.

Meet Bear, A Man Who Works Double Shifts To Live

Bear's shirtless selfie covered in tattoos and smirking

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It was a day like most for Bear, as he had just pulled two fourteen-hour shifts in a row and needed some food, but had no energy left to make it. He writes this on a post on Facebook and explains that this actually didn't turn out to be like most days: I stopped by the grocery store to grab food for dinner and as I was checking out a woman started crying in the next checkout line."

Bear listened in on the conversation between a mother and her daughter, and it was heartbreaking.

The Little Girl Asked Her Mom Why She Was Crying

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At first, it's easy to assume the mom is just having a bad day, maybe she got into a fight with her husband or is tired from looking after her kid. As he listened in, ge overheard the girl ask her mom what was wrong, as she continued to stand crying in the lane right next to hers.

"Her daughter asked her what's wrong and she all she could say was, 'we can't afford to eat tonight.''" These are the words that no parent wants to imagine ever needing to say to their child, who depends on them just to live. Yet, it is the unfortunate case for many.

Food Insecurity Is A Real Problem

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Food insecurity is a problem for many families across the country. This problem has gotten even worse with the pandemic as many families who relied on their small businesses had to shut down and couldn't make do anymore.

Even then, this problem existed before the pandemic and still continues today. In fact, the U.S Department of Agriculture reports that 10.5 percent (13.8 million) of U.S. households were food insecure at some time during 2020 and this number is unchanged from 2019.

This Time It Would Be Different

Bear and son take selfie in the city with red masks on

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For a lot of food-insecure families, they simply would have had to walk out of that grocery store empty-handed, with a kid possibly going to bed hungry that night. For this mom, kindness was in the cards, At first, another person who also overheard her gave them a few dollars towards their groceries.

But Bear knew she needed more than that. He walked over to the mom and her daughter and told them he would pay for their food and to get whatever they want. He writes on Facebook: "A person behind her gave her a couple of dollars and she bought her daughter a Kids Cuisine TV dinner. I told her to grab what she wants, I'll pay for it."

All In Divine Timing

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Was Bear's presence in that mothert's life at that time and place just a coincidence? Bear doesn't think so. He explains that he never actually shops at that store but for whatever reason, he felt inclined to do so that night. He think the reason for it comes down to divine timing…

"I NEVER stop at this Walmart. I'm simply saying GOD puts you where he needs you to be WHEN he needs you to be there"

People Find Bear Inspiring

Bear and son pose for picture while sitting on green chair

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Bear's Facebook post has gotten a lot of attention as many who read it are inspired by his selfless act. For all he knows, he could have saved that family that night.

"That's my little Brother doing what moms told us to do when women and children are in need, we help them out with whatever they need. GOD put you in the right place last night. Thanks for helping a woman and her children with the food they need to eat so they don't go hungry. God's got you," a person commented.

Whether it was a divine intervention or simply the actions of a kind man, it brought good into the world and we only hope things like this continue to happen to make it a better place.

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