Sinusitis Known As Pinas In Ayurveda, Sinusitis Is A Condition In Which The Sinuses Are Blocked With Mucus And Become Inflamed. Sinusitis May Attack People Of Any Age And Sex. Kids Suffering From Cold And Other Viral Infections Are Prone To Sinusitis, And So Are Asthma Patients.

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Causes of Acidity

    Causes Of Sinusitis

    Increased Intake Of Dry, Oily, Spicy, Or Too Hot Or Too Cold Foods, And Foods That Are Heavy, Indigestible And Incompatible Foods Cause Impairment Of All Three Doshas. Impaired Kapha (Water) Accumulates In The Sinuses, Thus Blocking The Flow Of Vata (Air). Impaired Pitta (Fire) Causes Swelling And Irritation Of The Tissues Of The Sinuses. Other Factors Responsible For This Condition Are Suppressing Natural Urges Of Tears And Vomiting, Exposure To Cold Or Dusty And Dry Weather, Staying Awake Till Late In The Night, And Sleeping In The Daytime.

    Symptoms Of Sinusitis

Symptoms of Acidity

    Heaviness In The Head
    Feeling Of Heaviness
    Blocked Or Runny Nose

Treatment of Acidity

Home Remedies

Treatment Of Sinusitis
Ayurvedic Treatment Of Sinusitis Involves Liquefying And Expelling Aggravated Body Energies With The Use Of Certain Ayurvedic Herbs And Diet As Well As Nasal Therapies And Applications. The Panchakarma Treatment Of Nasya Is Quite Effective In Dealing With Sinusitis.

Diet & Lifestyle

    Home Remedies Of Sinusitis
    Boil 1 To 2 Liters Of Water And Add A Few Drops Of Clove Oil (or A Large Spoonful Of Cloves), 10-12 Crushed Mint Leaves, And A Few Drops Of Eucalyptus Oil (or 1/3 Cup Of Eucalyptus Leaves). Inhale The Steam For 10-15 Minutes. Continue This Twice A Day Until Congestion Clears And Then Once A Week To Clear The Phlegm That Gets Deposited In The Sinuses.

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