Top Yoga Poses for Sinus Treatment and Sinusitis Relief
Best yoga for sinusitis
1. Sutraneti (Nasal Cleansing with Thread)
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To cure sinus through natural means, Sutraneti is one of the effective measures. Sutraneti is a one hand soft cotton thread, which is soaked in bee-wax for nasal cleansing exercise.
How to perform
First sit in Kagasana
Now insert the thread through one of the nostrils, which seems to be more active.
Try to get it to the back of the throat, catch the sutra and bring it out from the mouth.
Slowly and gently make movement of thread forward and backward.
Continue it for 10 rounds.
Take the thread out and repeat the same with other nostril.
Yoga to cure sinusitis
It helps to cure sinus.
It’s a Yogic exercise to cleanse brain cells.
It’s effective for head region related disease.
It improves the functions of the eyes and nasal regions.
It helps to clear the nasal passage that ensures smooth flow of air.
Sutraneti should be performed once in a week.
The thread should be clean
Perform it slowly and gently.
It should be practiced before Pranayama.
Having nasal problems i.e. nose bleeding, should consult the expert before practicing it.
2. Jalaneti (Nasal Cleansing with Water)
Jalaneti is quite effective Yogic practice to cure headache, insomnia, cough & cold and drowsiness. Basically, it’s the nasal cleansing exercise with lukewarm salted water.
How to perform
Take a Neti pot
Salted lukewarm water (1 tsp salt in ½ litre water)
Sit in Kagasana with a gap of 2 feet between the feet.
Tilt the head and insert the neti pot nozzle into the active nostril. Let water flow through this nostril and ensures to release through other nostril.
While performing the exercise, your mouth should be opened and body be relaxed.
After completing through one of the nostrils, continue the same with other one.
It is good in prevention of hair fall.
Jalaneti is extremely beneficial in case of chronic headache, insomnia and drowsiness.
It helps to enhance memory.
Good against cough and cold.
It is beneficial for eyes related problems.
To dry your nose, the better way is to perform Bhastrika Pranayama.
Appropriate quantity of salt should be added as too much or too little of salt may lead to burning sensation.
Continued mouth breathing throughout the exercise.
3. Kapalabhati (Frontal Brain Cleansing Exercise)
Kapalabhati is consisted of two words: Kapala means skull while Bhati means to shine. Thus, it’s a yogic exercise to shine skull. It helps to improve mental functions; refresh and rejuvenates the head region. One should practice Kapalabhati before Pranayama as it ensures smooth flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide. In Kapalabhati, inhalation is passive and spontaneous while exhalation is forceful.