5 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Sinus Infection

One of the leading sign or symptom of sinus is the headache. For those who have frequent headache then sinus may be one of the reason for it. Since in sinus infection, the bone of nose increases in width it does not allow the air to feed easily. This reduces the blood circulation hence these blood cells do not move quickly and sometimes forms a clot that do not allow the required blood to enter the brain which weakens the brain and thus one have problems.

5 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar for Sinus Infection

Sinus infection or sinusitis happens for 2 weeks or 2 to 4 weeks or for eight long weeks. The problem which spreads for 2 weeks or fewer than four weeks is called acute. The infection which stays for more than four weeks but under eight weeks is known as subacute. The problem which carries for more than eight weeks is known as chronic. One of the sinusitis is called Allergic fungal sinusitis is seen in those people who are suffering from nasal polyps and asthma.

Sinus infection may also be cured by some of the home remedies also. To have an infection cleared out you have to have knowledge about it completely. The important thing to be noted is that most of the sinusitis has a fungal cause. Thus these fungal causes cannot be cured by antibiotics.

Apple Cider Vinegar

Another simple method of treating this infection is the fact that people must drink the apple cider vinegar. It is not tasty and it burns the interior part of the body, but it will directly hit on your infection and cure it. The last home made remedy which can cure your infection is to have garlic capsules which change the chemistry of your body completely.

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