If after two weeks of handling the steps below, but sinus infection symptoms do not disappear, then you need to immediately see a doctor.
- Breathe a damp air
Put a humidifier in the room or place that you use most often to spend your day-to-day. Dry air may cause irritation of the sinuses while breathing in moist air can help reduce the condition of the nasal discharge.
- Wear warm compresses
You can also breathe in steam three times a day. You can breathe in warm steam from a bowl or a basin of hot water. However, do not breathe while water is still cooked on the stove. Breathing normally to breathe water vapor produced by hot water.
In addition, another way that can be done is a direct compress towel that has been soaked in warm water, then put it around the nose to the forehead. Breathe normally to breathe water vapor produced by boiling water.
- Eat chicken soup
There is a delicious way to relieve sinusitis by eating chicken soup. A number of studies show, chicken soup is able to reduce the inflammation associated with sinus and cold conditions. It is probably related to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties in ingredients in the soup.
- Eat pineapple fruit
Bromelain enzymes found in pineapple and pineapple rods, may reduce inflammation, including sinusitis. We recommend the consumption of this fruit in sufficient quantities and not excessive, because it raises the risk of diarrhea or stomach pain. There is also the risk of allergies from the enzyme bromelain experienced by some people. There is also a bromelain enzyme derived from pineapple stems, in supplement form. However, you should consult a doctor before eating pineapple. Various types of other fruits can also be consumed as an intake of additional nutritional sources that help increase endurance.