Massage to cure allergic rhinitis

Massage to cure allergic rhinitis

The nose is known as the “hood” of the face.

Located in the middle of the human face, it is not only an important organ for people to smell, but also a trick for the lungs to breathe in air and exhale carbonic acid.

It does not directly affect people’s quality of life and is related to people’s health.

  What is allergic rhinitis? Allergic rhinitis is one of the common causes of rhinitis.

It is also called allergic rhinitis, which is divided into perennial and recombined.

The onset of the disease is complicated and related to many factors, such as endocrine disorders, neuropsychiatric factors, antigen-antibody response, and genetic factors.

  5 major symptoms of allergic rhinitis: nasal congestion; sneezing; nasal itching; running watery nose;

The above symptoms are obvious especially in the early morning and seasonal change, and it is difficult to heal repeatedly.

  Massage for allergic rhinitis. Patients with allergic rhinitis can be given medication, such as oral chlorpheniramine, 4 mg each time, 3 times a day; or 1%?
2% ephedrine nasal drops 2?
3 times, 1 each time?
2 drops.

But drug treatment can only relieve symptoms and not cure it.

  The treatment of allergic rhinitis is mainly based on preventive health care, as far as possible from allergens to prevent repeated infections of the respiratory tract.

After many years of clinical experience, the author has summarized a set of nasal exercises to massage the nose to treat allergic rhinitis and relieve nasal congestion. The effect is very good. The nasal congestion can be rubbed immediately, and allergic rhinitis can also be seen after 1 month.

Now introduced as follows: rub Yingying, Bitong, Yintang acupoint, pinch the nose, wipe the wings 1?
2 minutes, once a day, morning and evening, can increase by 1 each day when you are sick?
2 times.

  Yingxiang: Located on both sides of the nose, in the nasolabial fold.

It is the main point for treating nasal congestion, and does not smell the odor. Nasal pass: It is located on both sides of the nose and ends at the upper end of the nasolabial fold. Yintang: It is located at the midpoint of the line connecting the two eyebrows.

  Rubbing the nose and Yintang acupoints can dissipate the local heat of the nose to pass the nose.

  In addition, pinching the nose and rubbing the wings of the nose can promote blood circulation in the nose and change local blood circulation, thereby achieving the effect of nasal pass.

  At present children with allergic rhinitis are also infected. This is mainly because children, especially infants and young children, have nasal nose hair, nasal mucosa, and blood vessels that are susceptible to infection.

After infection, the nasal mucosa becomes congested and swollen, which often narrows the length of the narrow nasal cavity, and even occludes, causing dyspnea.

Nose exercises can also be used on children and it works well.