The Difference Between Cold Allergies and Sinusitis
Cold allergies can trigger Sinusitis
How to deal with allergic Sinusitis
- Avoid the air too cold. If you can't sleep without the use of air conditioner (AC) at night, you can shrink the AC temperature so that it's not too cold. When the weather is cold, due to rain, for example, you can warm up the body by drinking warm drinks, such as ginger or hot tea.
- Inhale hot steam. To launch breathing, you can also inhale the steam from the bowl filled with warm water with a towel covering your head. This inhalation will help to dilute mucus in the nose, making it easier to get removed and not absorbed in the sinus cavity.
- Another way to cope with the sinus is by overdoing the nose with a saline water solution inserted into the nose spray tool.
- Sometimes you also need to take antihistamine or decongestant medications to address cold, itching, and sneezing complaints due to allergies.
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