6 natural solutions for breathing problems

6 natural solutions for breathing problems
There are many natural solutions that can help people overcome colds, flu, allergy season and respiratory infections. Symptoms caused by pollen allergy, cold, flu can be successfully eliminated with proper diet and herbal preparations. Pollen allergy or pollen fever is often accompanied by a stuffy nose, narrowing of the eyes and sneezing. Nasal drops from the pharmacy should not be used indefinitely. They can be applied once or twice a day for a shorter period. Otherwise, side effects such as dryness of the mucous membranes and a paradoxically stuffy nose occur. Namely, excessive and long-term use of drops causes dependence of the nasal mucosa. Weaning often takes longer than the problem that caused nasal congestion. Excessive use of drops can also impair heart function and raise blood pressure especially in people with diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
There are no pharmacological substances and drugs in natural drops. These drops make breathing much easier. No side effects have been reported. The only thing that matters is the proper use of natural drops / essences. Empty your nose completely before use (by blowing or using a nasal aspirator). Lie on the bed. Place your head below body level. Pour two drops into both nasal cavities. It is important not to raise your head immediately, but to stay in that position for 15-20 seconds for the active ingredients to do the job.

  1. Homemade saline solution – put one quarter of a small spoon of sea salt and baking soda in 230 ml of distilled water. Boil the mixture to dissolve the ingredients in water. After 3 hours, pour the resulting solution into a sterile bottle with a nebulizer or pipette. Put the bottle in the refrigerator. Inject this solution into each nostril 4 times a day. Shake the solution before each use.
  2. Aloe vera leaves – The pharmacological industry has recognized the importance of the aloe plant, which hydrates the mucous membrane and significantly facilitates breathing. If you already have this plant at home, simply squeeze the juice from the leaves. Then drip the juice into each nostril (3 to 5 drops). Then gently massage your nose with your fingers.
  3. Beetroot and honey-fresh beetroot juice is a great substitute for drops from the pharmacy. It is best to mix fresh beet juice with honey in a ratio of 3: 1. Pour 4-5 drops three times a day into each nasal cavity.
  4. Carrot juice-in a ratio of 1: 1 mix fresh carrot juice with olive oil. Add a few drops of garlic juice to this mixture. Mix everything well. Instill 3 drops of the essence in each nostril. Then be sure to massage your nose with your fingers. Repeat the procedure 3-4 times a day.
  5. Fir needles – fill a larger jar almost to the top with fir needles. Then pour in the cold-pressed olive oil. Leave the mixture to stand for 72 hours in a warm place with frequent shaking. Strain. Insert 2-3 drops in each nostril 3 or 4 times a day.
  6. Mint – put one small spoon of mint tincture in 500 ml of boiled water. Stir the mixture. Then, using a syringe, rinse both nostrils with the obtained essence. After half a minute, blow your nose. Repeat the procedure as needed. Maximum 6 times a day.

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