How is sinusitis treated?

Through our noses we inhale not only life-giving air, but unfortunately also dust, pollen, and above all, infection. Just as we brush our teeth, we should pay constant and regular attention to our noses . Furthermore, rinsing the nose eases the lungs and allows for cleaner air.
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The simplest nasal rinse involves salt water. All that is needed for this process is:
– about 200-250 ml of warm water [16] – [17] [18] – [19] salt [20] – ideally Himalayan salt, black salt, sea salt, etc. [21] – a special [22] teapot for nasal washing [23] – if you do not have a teapot, you can usually find one at pharmacies [24] You can buy, [25] a thin-necked plastic bottle [26] will suffice, but it takes more practice to use it without soaking through a T-shirt [27] – [28] a handkerchief [29] [30] – Fill the teapot with warm water and dissolve the salt in the water. The water should taste slightly salty so that the salt does not burn the nose.
Bend slightly forward, turn your head slightly to the right, and bring the teapot to your left nostril so that it is completely blocked. Breathe with your mouth open! Water will gradually flow out of the right nostril. Next, repeat the same procedure with the other nostril.
Finally, blow lightly through both nostrils, one at a time. Blow until no more water comes out. [35] [36] [37] Do not go out into cold weather [39] immediately after this barking [38]. [40] In conclusion, it should be noted that, as with sinus flushing, frontal sinus flushing [41] can be performed in the home environment [42]. It is important not to confuse the two procedures; the latter is performed lying down with the head down and specially selected herbs are used for washing.