Cure For Sinus Infection Guaranteed To Work

Months have passed by and I finally found a cure for my sinus infection that worked. Doctors, antihistamines, decongestants, and pain medicine only gave me some relief. My sinuses have drained my energy and my valuable time. The one thing I was scared of saved my sinuses. Everyone has a different tolerance to home remedies. I was scared to try this because as a child I was not fond of salt as a home remedy. After researching, soul searching, and listening to my loved ones, I came to a true realization. Salt nasal rinse is the best cure for a sinus infections. I had a choice to use salt alone, or add some extra things in for assistance. I read what was good and bad, for a nasal rinse. However, one night out of desperation I decided to use what I had on hand at home. I made the best out of feeling the worst, and it worked. People say don’t use iodized salt, but instead it’s recommended to use iodine, and sea salt. I only had iodized salt, and figured that’s killing two birds with one stone so I used it. I boiled some water and mixed my first homemade saline rinse. I made sure the rinse cooled down and was warm before i used it, so i didnt burn my nose. This was a scientific experimental risk I was willing to take for the pain and discomfort I was in.

The next thing I needed was a antiseptic, and a soothing cleanser. I decided on peroxide, and baking soda. As I read more saline rinse recipes, I found the three ingredients to be predominantly the main essentials for a outstanding healing rinse. By mixing all three ingredients with the water, I maximized my home remedy for healing my sinus. On day one my nose stopped running, and post nasal drip surpassed. Day two I only coughed randomly, and head conjestion relieved in my eyes, nose, and throat. Day 3 and 4 made my symptoms decrease in discomfort more each day. Now only 5 days later I feel know the difference in my health. I feel 100% better. I’m no longer taking antihistamines, decongestants, and pain relievers. Now I only use the saline rinse. Morning, afternoon and night, I rinse my nasal cavity daily. Up my nose until it runs into my mouth to spit out, is the way to go. At first depending on how congested you are it may not be easy to rinse up into your nose and spit it out your mouth. But I guarantee you as the days go by it gets easier. This is one of the best home remedies I could ask for. It actually worked. Now I no longer have to breathe conjested all day long. I sleep, much better getting proper rest able to breath. Depending on the severity of your sinus conjestion you can only use salt, or add in tthe other two ingredients. Yes I will say that iodized salt worked fine for me. See salt is great, you know your body, so use kosher, or table salt, depending on what’s best for you.

  • Update
  • For maximum decongestion on day 7 I did the upside down rinse.Even though my nose is no longer running, and post nasal drip has stopped. I still had some head sinus pressure left. I lay on the bed with my head falling backwards over the edge. Squirted the rinse into my nose while breathing through my mouth. I held it this way as long as I could. Then pinched my nose jumped up and ran to the bathroom sink to let it drain and blow my nose. I repeated it twice. Will do this twice a day since I’m only feeling a little congested in my head sinus. But I can breath, and smell through my nose.
  • Update 2
  • 10 days later and I’m doing great. I only rinse once or twice a day now. No more cough, post nasal drip or runny nose. I can breath again without congestion in my nose. My mucus is clear when I rinse. My smell is back 80%. This has saved my sinus. It improves more daily. I’ll keep you posted.
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Can You Put Neosporin In Your Eye?

For the past few months, I have been to several doctors. I was concerned about the discomfort around my left eye, which was accompanied by headaches, sinus congestion, and post nasal drip. After taking plenty of antihistamines, antibiotics, steroids, sinus, and cold medicines, I was still in discomfort.  It constantly felt like my eye was congested, and the consistent post nasal drip gave me a chronic cough.  I decided to search the web for a home remedy solution, for what I was able to self diagnose as a sinus infection. 

During my search I found a solution of Neosporin Ointment  (NOT THE CREAM OR PAIN RELIEF NEOSPORIN IT MUST BE THE REGULAR OINTMENT ). 

Apparently it works for eye and ear infections. Most people message boards said to follow the instructions and don’t put it in your eye. However, many reviews said it worked for eye, sinus, and ear infections. I outweighed my options and decided to try it. I looked online to see how to apply it. Most people suggested using a q-tip, so that’s what I did. 

You put the Neosporin on the q-tip. Pull down your eye lid, and roll it under your eyelid. 

Then close your eyes and lay down. I applied it in my eyes before bed, because once in your eye you need it to melt and coat your eye.It’s hard to see with it in your eye.  In the mornings and at night I applied it my nose, and ears as well. I could feel the difference the first time I used it. It does not burn at all. MAKE SURE YOU USE THE OINTMENT NO CREAM OR PAIN RELIEF OINTMENT NEOSPORIN OR IT WILL BURN. 

My post nasal drip is finally stopping. I still use a nasal saline rinse 3 times a day as well and I’m almost cured. I tried Zyrtec, Claratin, Benadryl, and Flonase but none worked. The last doctor of 3 I went to suggested I try Allegra, and I’m finally getting full relief. But NEOSPORIN OINTMENT SAVED MY LIFE. I’M ALMOST GOOD AS NEW AFTER ALMOST A YEAR OF POST NASAL DRIP, AND SINUS INFECTION. I said if it worked I would right a blog about it. I would suggest this for kids and adults as a home remedy. I give it 5 stars.