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January 17, 2021

Acupressure for Sinusitis (Sinus Congestion Relief)

The video shares acupressure for sinusitis relief. But, did you know that a sinus infection
affects 31 million people in the US alone each year? Thus, catching a sinus infection and
developing sinusitis is more common than you thought.

The sinuses are small air pockets. They are located behind your forehead, nose,
cheekbones, and in between the eyes. Also, the sinuses produce mucus. A thin and
flowing liquid that protects the body by trapping and moving the germs away.

However, sometimes a bacteria or allergen causes the sinuses to produce too much
mucus. The excess then blocks the openings of your sinuses. The mucus buildup can
become thick and encourage bacteria and germs which can lead to a bacterial or
viral infection.

The infection causes the sinuses and nasal passages to become inflamed. This inflammation
is called sinusitis. Most sinus infections are viral. The infection commonly goes away in a
week or two without treatment. However, if symptoms do not improve, it is advisable to
consult your doctor.

Be sure to watch the video to know the acupressure points for sinusitis relief! If you want
a more holistic approach in treatment. You might want to consider acupuncture. It is a
Chinese medicine practice that stimulates the natural healing process of the body.

To know more, call us at 07 3399 1002 or send an email to info@artofacupuncture.com.au