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  • Rhinitis( rhinitis) treatment with folk remedies

    Runny nose, or rhinitis is an inflammation of the nasal mucosa. Most often they get sick in the damp and cold season. As a rule, runny nose occurs when general or local hypothermia, which violates the defense mechanisms. In addition, it is often a symptom of infectious diseases( eg, influenza, diphtheria, measles, etc.).

    Rhinitis, or a runny nose, does not pose a great danger, however it prevents us from living and working in the optimal regime.

    In addition to allergic there is still a viral, bacterial and vasomotor rhinitis.

    Symptoms: Acute rhinitis begins with a general malaise, accompanied by unpleasant sensations in the throat and frequent sneezing, and then with abundant discharge from the nose. The nose thus pawns, the nasal breathing becomes more difficult. More details about the symptoms, see here.

    What's going on? Viral rhinitis is caused by the spread of the virus and is transmitted, like many infections, by airborne droplets. This type of rhinitis is characterized by an a

    cute onset and a short-term course. The mucous membrane of the nose becomes inflamed and bright red. Allocations from the nose are plentiful and transparent. At a bacterial rhinitis of allocation yellow, purulent. Vasomotor rhinitis often occurs in the off-season, when there is a sharp change in the weather, primarily changes in temperature and atmospheric pressure. The mucous membrane of the nose in this case acquires a cyanotic shade, and the nose is permanently embedded. Nasal congestion can be caused by the proliferation of adenoids in the nasopharynx, because of which the airways are narrowed. A person with this type of nasal congestion often breathes his mouth. The same reason can be caused by night snoring.

    Rhinitis, like most other diseases, has an acute or chronic course. Acute rhinitis is well known to us, as it accompanies almost all colds. During acute rhinitis, ears may become blocked, tingling and hearing loss can occur. This is explained by the spread of inflammatory phenomena to the area of ​​the mouths of the auditory tubes, which is why their airiness is disturbed, a negative pressure is created in the tympanic cavity, the tympanic membranes are drawn in, the sound transmission is disturbed. In children, the inflammatory process in acute rhinitis spreads to the mucous membrane of the larynx with the development of nasopharyngitis or falls even lower, capturing the larynx, trachea and bronchi, that is, it has the nature of an acute respiratory infection. Infants due to difficulty in nasal breathing during acute rhinitis refuse to take breasts, lose weight, sleep badly. Often acute rhinopharyngitis in children ends with acute otitis, which contributes to the age-related anatomical feature - a short and wide auditory tube.

    Chronic rhinitis occurs on the soil of frequently recurring acute rhinitis. It contributes to the appearance of curvature of the septa of the nose and proliferation of adenoids, frequent sinusitis, as well as diseases of the cardiovascular system. With a chronic rhinitis, permanent discharge from the nose is observed, atrophy of the nasal mucosa is possible and a partial or total loss of smell is possible.

    Chronic occurs as a result of repeatedly transferred acute cold. It is manifested by constant thick discharge from the nose, a violation of nasal breathing and smell.

    Allergic rhinitis is a local manifestation of allergy to dust, pollen, etc. Such a runny nose occurs with seizures, during which there is itching in the nose, frequent sneezing, copious watery discharge, nasal congestion.

    Let us recall the well-known aphorism: if a cold cures, it will go away after 7 days, and if not treated, then in a week. And yet we want to give advice on how to get rid of this scourge, and we hope that you will need less than 7 days for this.

    The area of ​​the maxillary sinuses is heated with hard-boiled eggs, putting them in the shell to both sides of the nose until it cools completely. Well, if the cold does not go away and becomes chronic, the healers advise to give up milk and dairy products and take a "sauce" of grated horseradish mixed with 2-3 lemons juice a half teaspoon twice a day. After taking this medicine for 30 minutes you can not eat or drink. Horseradish should be fresh, not later than a week after collection, and the prepared preparation can be stored in the refrigerator for a long time. During the first week, tears will roll in you "hail", but later with a cessation of lacrimation, the runny nose will stop.

    In the first stage of acute cold - the stage of irritation - apply ointments, emulsions or juices of medicinal plants with anti-inflammatory and anesthetic action: aloe, fresh leaves of nightshade black, sea buckthorn and dog rose oil( 4-6 drops 3 times a day);10% ointment of yarrow and nettle, 20% ointment of calendula( lubricate the mucous membrane of the nasal cavity 2-3 times a day).

    In the second stage of an acute cold - the stage of serous discharge - astringent medications are prescribed.

    Oak bark - 10 g, St. John's Wort - 5 g, willow bark - 5 g, linden flowers - 10 g, mint leaves - 10 g.

    Method of use: 20 g of crushed collection pour 100 ml of boiling water,4 hours. Before use add 3-5 drops of fir oil. Apply in the form of drops in the nose( for 6-8 drops 3-4 times a day) and for inhalations( 3-4 procedures per course, with a duration of one inhalation of 5 minutes).

    Yarrow herb - 20 g, root of violet tricolor - 20 g, oregano grass - 20 g, leaves of sage - 20 g, bark of viburnum - 20 g.

    Method of application: 15 g of collection pour cold water( 200 ml), infuse 1hour, boil for 5-7 minutes, cool, strain and apply in the form of drops in the nose or inhalation.

    Grass oregano - 10 g,

    pine buds - 10 g,

    willow bark - 10 g,

    mallow forest flowers - 10 g,

    leaves of coltsfoot - 10 g.

    How to use: as in the previous recipe.

    Oak bark - 15 g,

    sage leaves - 15 g,

    calendula flowers - 10 g,

    linden flowers - 10 g.

    Usage method: 20 g of collection pour 200 ml of boiling water, infuse for 1.5-2 hours, cool, drain and use in the form of drops in the nose and for inhalations.

    In the third stage of an acute cold - the stage of mucopurulent discharge - it is recommended to use fresh aloe vera juice, calanchoe, and also an oil 5% yarrow solution. Well, if you do not stock up on medicinal herbs for the winter, folk medicine recommends using a freshly prepared juice of garlic and onions for a cold. In its pure form, it irritates the mucous membrane, so it is recommended to dilute it with water( in a ratio of 1: 20,1: 50) or mixed with a 5-10% solution of natural honey in a ratio of 1: 5, 1:10.

    In the treatment of an acute cold, natural Kalanchoe juice helps. It is instilled in the nasal cavity for 3-4 drops every 4 hours. In adenovirus infections of the upper respiratory tract, it is useful to dig in the nose white cabbage juice containing lysozyme. Juice beet is quite effective in treating acute cold. According to the recommendations of traditional medicine can also help decoction of St. John's wort, the juice of fresh leaves of peppermint, nightshade black, decoction of the root of sorrel horse and mullein scepeter-like.

    Here is another tool:

    half a cup of sunflower oil boil for 30-35 minutes. Cool it down. Add 2 cloves of garlic, 1/4 of the onion head. Infuse for 2-3 hours. Dissolve the solution and dig in the nose.

    Aloe juice, Kalanchoe( 3-4 drops 3-4 times a day).

    Mixture of honey and beet juice( 1: 2);Rinse the nasal passages with clean water.

    Rinse with infusions of sage leaves, eucalyptus, chamomile flowers, marigold, string, oregano, etc.

    Breathe snuff deeper, so that it passes through the nasopharynx into the mouth. A few "snuffles" runny nose stops.

    Well helps with a runny nose wash. Clean the room temperature water in a handful of hands and draw in turn one and the other nostrils, so that it passes into the mouth. With all the methods of treating the common cold, one should not forget that the common cold is in most cases a manifestation of an infectious disease - the flu. Therefore, when treating a cold in one way or another, it is necessary to take a clean handkerchief so that the self-infection does not happen again after the treatment.
    To cure rhinitis, it is better to be in a room with warm and moist air, so that symptoms of burning and dryness in nose are easier to tolerate. Food should not be annoying. Smoothing is necessary without much effort, through one half of the nose, to avoid getting mucus into the auditory tube.

    To reduce the course of acute rhinitis, it is necessary to apply thermal, distracting and sweating procedures from the first days. You can take a hot bath( common or foot), after which you can drink a cup of hot tea with cognac and honey. Vasodilating drops are buried in the nose.

    With a cold, there are drops in the nose, lubrication of the nasal mucosa, washing with various nasal sinuses.

    In cases of severe cold accompanied by high body temperature, bed rest is recommended. It is better for a patient to be in a room with warm and moistened air, which reduces the painful feeling of dryness, tension and burning in the nose. Assign a hot joint or foot( hand, lumbar) bath, immediately after which the patient drinks hot tea, takes inwards 0.5-1.0 g of dissolved in water aspirin or 1.0 g of paracetamol and lies in a warm bed, wrapped in a blanket.

    Smoothing should be without great effort and only through one half of the nose.

    The basis of drug treatment is the use of vasoconstrictor and antimicrobial agents.

    Allergic rhinitis is treated with anti-allergic drugs, allergen is detected and eliminated.

    As distracting agents in the treatment of the common cold, it is recommended to apply mustard plasters to the legs and take hot foot baths.

    Traditional medicine recommends for treatment of the common cold:

    • apply hot boiled chicken eggs to the wings of the nose( the area of ​​the maxillary sinuses) and keep until cooling;

    • sniff the right and left nostrils alternately menthol oil or ammonia;

    • lubricate the wings of the nose, nose, whiskey and forehead with menthol oil( especially good for headache);

    • Bury 3-5 drops of aloe juice in each nostril several times a day;

    • breathe smoke of incense;

    • put mustard on the heels or pour the mustard into the socks. Prevention of rhinitis includes a general hardening of the body with water procedures, daily stay in the air for at least an hour, adequate nutrition. Of the specific procedures, it is recommended that in the morning after washing, the salt water be drawn into the nose daily so that it passes into the mouth. Saline solution for the procedure is easy to prepare, enough to dissolve a teaspoon of salt in a glass of water and for convenience to pour it into a deep saucer.

    1. Menthol oil ( chemist's drug).Inoculate 3-5 drops of menthol oil into each nostril. Do a breath-exhalation and at the same time lubricate with oil: forehead, whiskey, behind the ears, face, nose. You can mix menthol oil well in half with camphor. The procedures are the same. Well helps with a beginning cold.

    2. Kalanchoe ( home plant).When starting a cold, 2-3 times a day to lubricate in with juice from fresh leaf of Kalanchoe, and the runny nose will quickly stop. You can dig in 3-5 drops.

    3. For 100 g of sunflower or olive oil, take 1 tablespoon with the top of the crushed ledum. Insist 21 days in a dark place, shaking daily. Strain, wring out. Bury 2-3 drops of in every nostril for the first time. Then dig in 1 drop 3-4 times a day. Do not more than a week. Runny nose goes away in a few days.

    4. Kerosene. At night, spread the soles of your feet with kerosene and soak a thin rag in kerosene, squeeze out, put on the soles. Wear warm socks or stockings and warmly on your feet. In the morning, there will be relief or a runny nose will pass completely.

    5. Chronic rhinitis. Make slightly warm, slightly salted water. Add there 1 teaspoon of any of the listed tinctures( calendula, sophora, eucalyptus).Take 0.5 liters of water. This water wash the nose. The procedure is as follows: bend at an angle of 45 °, draw in the nose and release from the mouth. So skip the entire solution, without lifting your head, blow your nose alternately through each nostril. Do with a chronic cold twice in day - morning and evening.

    6. The letter medicinal - 10 g in powder, rue( grass) - 10 g in powder, chop( root) - 10 g in powder.

    All mix well. With a chronic cold, this powder should be snorted 3 times a day.

    7. Red beet. Bury in each nostril for 5-6 drops of freshly squeezed beet juice( fresh, not boiled).You can soak a cotton swab in fresh juice and put it in your nose.

    8. Mustard mustard, red beet.

    a) In case of a chronic runny nose, pour the mustard powder into the socks. A real and fermented decoction of beets washed the nose with a chronic cold.

    b) Good results are obtained by instilling in the nose fresh beet juice with the addition of 30% honey.

    9. Horseradish( rhizome) - 0.5 cup, powder of mustard seeds - 1h.spoon, lemon - 2-3 pcs.

    Squeeze juice out of lemons. Mix all the ingredients and take 0.5 teaspoons in the morning and in the day 30 minutes before eating.

    Abundant discharge from the nose and eyes will decrease as the condition improves. Since horseradish is not at all combined with milk and dairy products, during treatment it is necessary to exclude them.

    Use with sinusitis and sinusitis.

    10. Ledum( leaves) - 1 tbsp.spoon, mustard seed powder - 1h.spoon, olive( sunflower) oil - 100 g.

    Mix the butter and mustard with the ground grass, insist 21 days in a dark place, shaking weekly. Strain, wring out. Bury 2-3 drops in each nostril on the first day, then 1 drop 3-4 times a day.

    Do not spend more than a week.

    11. The letter( leaves) - 10 g, ruta odorous( grass) - 10 g, mustard seed powder - 10 g, European chop( root) - 10 g.

    Components grind into a powder and mix thoroughly. Pull the nose into 0.5 teaspoon 3 times a day.

    12. Onion( heads) - 2 tbsp.spoons, mustard seed powder - 1h.a spoon.

    Fresh juice of onion and mustard or onion gruel and mustard with a tampon of cotton wool put in nostrils.

    To children, onion juice is diluted with water in a ratio of 1:10.

    Do not believe if you are told that if the cold does not heal, it will pass in a week, and if treated, then in seven days!

    • Dissolve 4 teaspoons of sea salt, a teaspoon of soda and 5 drops of iodine in a glass of water.

    • This compound should be pulled into the nose and rinsed with a mouth twice a day.

    If you really do not like this procedure( it is really unpleasant), you can make it easier.

    • Wet two tampons in the same solution and inject them into each nostril. Keep tampons about ten minutes;The procedure is 3-1 4 times a day.

    • In the evening, before going to bed, heat the sea salt to 50-60 ° C in a frying pan, pour it into a canvas bag and put it to the bridge of the nose.

    You'll see, there will not be any need for seven days!a cold in you will be literally in a day!

    Now, I hope you already understand that the common cold is the way that our wise organism gets rid of accumulated "garbage".Let's help him.

    We follow the diet until the runny nose is over, and we drink sweaty tea for the night.

    And before that we make steam inhalations: a hot broth of one of the following disinfecting herbs( eucalyptus, sage, yarrow, chamomile, pine buds - that is);

    little camphor or menthol oil( 5-10 drops);

    2 tbsp.spoons of honey;

    dissolve the validol tablets;

    aromatic oils( eucalyptus, fir, etc.), 8 drops;

    breathe over the potatoes welded in a uniform;

    soda solution 0.5 tsp.

    It is necessary to breathe, closing with the head, and it is best to undress to the waist to sweat more effectively. When the nose is exhausted, it is imperative to immediately take a warm shower to wash off the sweat.

    By the way, Indian naturopaths offer a fun way to breathe over the steam. .. under the umbrella. In my opinion, this method will bring pleasure not only to children, but also to adults.

    Steam inhalations can not be done with a tendency to nosebleeds, with mastopathy and with hypertension.

    After inhalation for disinfection, it is good to drop 1-2 drops of any of the following into the nose from the pipette:

    aloe juice( centennial);

    Kalanchoe juice mixed with sunflower oil;

    tea tree oil;

    beet juice;

    juice of garlic or onion mixed with sterilized sunflower oil.

    You can soak in a suitable juice wand with a cotton tip and anoint inside the nose( use your nostril for each stick).Usual drops dry the mucous membrane and "pound" inside just the waste from which our body honestly tries to get rid of.

    All other hot procedures are not suitable for pregnant women. If you have a fever and you are pregnant, no procedures with hot water!

    Please do not forget that with colds and runny nose, all these hydrotherapeutic procedures are effective in combination, combined with other limitations recommended for non-medicinal methods of recovery. For example, with a cold, it is necessary to temporarily remove dairy products and white bread from the diet, as they form a large amount of mucus. Otherwise, you can breathe as much as you want over the steam, but there will be no sense in it.

    The most common complications in the common cold are sinusitis - inflammation of the mucous membrane of the accessory maxillary sinuses of the nose and otitis.

    The factors contributing to the appearance of the common cold are the following: severe gas contamination, dustiness of the air( in large cities), general body hypothermia, allergy, as well as injuries to the nasal mucosa of foreign bodies, which are much less common.

    Rhinitis is one of the most common symptoms of infectious diseases caused by viruses( rhinoviruses, adenoviruses, influenza viruses, measles, etc.) and caused by bacteria that affect the nasal mucosa after viruses( ie, secondarily).

    Allergy

    Allergic rhinitis is almost constant watery discharge of mucus from the nose, which is usually accompanied by itching, burning and periodic sneezing. Almost allergic rhinitis is accompanied by allergic conjunctivitis.

    Factors contributing to the emergence of an allergic rhinitis are animal hair, house dust and mites, in it inhabiting, fungal spores, etc. Also here include the pollinosis or seasonal rhinitis that occurs during the flowering period of certain plants. As a rule, not only the nasal mucosa is affected, but also the eye( conjunctivitis).

    Foreign body

    As a rule, foreign bodies are typical for children of the age group from 2 to 5 years old who can stuff small objects( beads, pieces of cotton wool, grain of cereals and legumes, etc.) to themselves or another child during the game. These small objects, living foreign bodies( insects) and can become a cause of the common cold, while sharp foreign bodies can cause bleeding.

    In the case of a foreign body of insignificant dimensions, symptoms are initially absent, and later( in a few days) a runny nose develops, secretion, usually mucopurulent and difficulty breathing.

    With a foreign body of large sizes, one-sided difficulty of breathing and mucopurulent discharge from the nose appear.

    Adenoids is an excessive increase in the nasopharyngeal tonsil. The most common increase in adenoids occurs at the age of 3 years, and after 10 years the adenoid tissue usually undergoes reverse development.

    Factors predisposing to their increase are inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract( sore throats, acute respiratory infections, acute respiratory infections, bronchitis).

    Adenoiditis is an inflammation of the nasopharyngeal tonsil. This inflammation can be both acute and chronic.

    Prolonged obstructed nasal breathing is the main sign of increased nasopharyngeal tonsils, as well as abundant discharge from the nose. Such children often sleep with their mouths open, snoring.

    Some children with a significant increase in the nasopharyngeal tonsil may experience a decrease in hearing. If nasal breathing is disturbed, the child begins to breathe constantly with his mouth, as a result of which the face acquires a characteristic expression.

    An increase in adenoids can lead to impaired function of other body systems( abnormal metabolism, impaired renal and gastrointestinal function, hormonal disorders) and to abnormal development of the chest, impaired growth of the facial skeleton.

    Medicated rhinitis

    Another common cause of the common cold, and also stuffy nose - frequent use of drops for the nose. Such a runny nose, resulting from the frequent use of medications, is called drug rhinitis.

    To begin with, you can make a child a hot foot bath - at a water temperature of 40-45 ° C for 10 minutes. A plentiful warm drink( tea with lemon, broth of a dogrose, etc.).After this, it is necessary to put on a warm woolen socks. It is also possible to use preparations from sea water( Aquamalibo from the water of mineral springs, with severe nasal congestion, it is possible to use vasoconstrictive medications.) It is necessary to regularly remove accumulated mucus from the nasal passages. In addition, in this situation it will be useful to ventilate the room frequently and, if possible,

    To tilt the child's head back, enter the right amount of drops into the right or left nasal passage, immediately tilt the head down and close while leavingfrom the nostril( press against the nasal septum) into which the medication was administered, and repeat the same with the second nostril. With this introduction, the medicine will not be swallowed, but will remain in the nasal cavity.

    The doctor will listen to the complaints, the history of the disease, and then inspect the sick child. When a bacterial inflammation is attached, the doctor can prescribe antibacterial nasal agents( isofra, bioparox, etc.) In case of allergic rhinitis, drugs directed at the treatment of allergy

    will be prescribed. Immediately call a doctor ifBenke appeared one of the following: the temperature is above 39 ° C;unusually frequent breathing;noisy or shortness of breath;unusual drowsiness;rash;earache.

    If additional complications are suspected( instrumental and laboratory).