Yoga For Nasal Block Problem

(September 27, 2011)

I have been suffering from nasal block for past 8 years. I am using nasal drops and spray. Can u suggest any pose or asanas to relieve the problem.

Yoga For Nose Block

There are various yoga poses that are highly effective in dealing with nasal block problems as they lay emphasis on postures and conscious breathing thereby stimulating the flow of blood to one’s head and consequently resulting in clear and healthy airways. The standing poses, forward bends and the breathing exercises in yoga are known to be very effective in helping with nasal block problems. One may also try the yoga cleansing process which is known as Jal Neti which is basically a process of cleansing ones sinus passages with some warm saline water. This yoga cleansing process is known to help in the removal of germs and mucus from ones sinus and nasal cavities. As a result of the clearance of the nasal passages, they tend to function better and allergies, sinusitis, upper respiratory ailments, hay fever and so on. In fact the jal neti cleansing yoga system is also known to be effective against hysteria, epilepsy, stress and depression.

Submitted by G M on September 27, 2011 at 12:38

Extreme Nasal Congestion? Suggest Some Yoga Position

Yoga can provide relief from sinus symptoms such as nasal congestion and headaches. The very aim of the pranayama or breathing exercises in yoga is to strengthen the muscles of the nasal passageways and lungs and bring comfort to them as well.

Asanas such as Sun Salutation, Cobra Pose, Fish Pose, Dead Man’s Pose can help with nasal congestion as well.

If you have a stuffy nose and headache, this is not the time to perform your normal yoga routine. Keep in mind that your energy levels will be low and you may not be able to do anything more strenuous than a few breathing exercises and stretched. Take this as a sign that your body needs a rest and time to recuperate and don’t push it any further.

A recommended breathing exercise for nasal congestion is Anulom Vilom – breathing alternatively from one side of the nose and then the next. It helps reduce blockage of phlegm in the nose and the throat. You should also do some Ujjayi Pranayama and Brahmari. The vibrations and humming in these exercises open the nasal passageways and drain the phlegm and infection. Avoid headstands and handstands when you have a cold and use a towel or other support even for the lying down poses to make it more comfortable.

Submitted by A V on September 21, 2011 at 06:10

I Have Sinus Pressure And A Runny Nose, Any Yoga For The Same?

Yoga can be used for a variety of different applications for the human body. Yoga is designed to essentially improve the efficiency of the human body and the way it functions. Thus, one can improve one’s flexibility as well as other aspects such as strength and mental control.

Sinus pressure along with a running nose is a sign that the individual is suffering from some sort of nasal infection or some sort of allergy that is affecting the nasal canals. There is an entire branch of yoga associated with the use of breathing techniques. One can use various breathing exercises to help improve the flow of air through the nasal passages. For advanced yoga students, pranayama comes in handy in such a situation. Pranayama techniques can help to improve the efficiency of air flow in the nose. There are some advanced techniques such as jal neti and sutra neti that can be used to physically clear any blockage that is affecting the nasal passages. Apart from this, a general yoga session tends to provide the body with a good workout. This is always useful when one wishes to recover from illness or sickness. A general yoga session can be coupled with advanced breathing exercises to help clear out the sinuses.

Submitted by V A on July 18, 2011 at 01:42

Nose And Throat Congestion Always. Will Yoga Help Me?

Nose and throat congestion are very common conditions to be affected by and are likely to cause a significant amount of discomfort to the way that you lead your life. Suffering from nose and throat congestion on a regular basis could be a sign of some kind of allergic reaction or the result of some underlying condition. It is rherefore suggested that you have to condition diagnosed by some licensed medical professional in your area. However, Yoga is another natural treatment option in the event that the condition is not brought on by an allergy or underlying medical condition.

The victorious breath pose, also known as the Ujjayi breath, is considered to be one of the most effective treatment options for nose and throat congestion. It requires the individual to breathe in and out at a slow and steady pace while you partially close the throat muscles, or glottis, - which will generate a certain sound that is an important part of the yogic pose. The Ujjayi breath should be commenced only once you are in a cross legged position. Increasing the vitamin C content in your diet will also go a long way into helping you get rid of the condition.

Submitted by S C on July 18, 2011 at 01:15

Neck Pain And Nasal Congestion/Drainage? Please Suggest Some Yoga.

Neck pain, no matter how mild will always cause immense discomfort and trouble to the individual suffering. If the neck pain has been present for more than a couple of days, it is highly recommended that you visit a licensed doctor. If the neck pain has just started, you can try yoga in the form of neck stretches as well as half circle rolls to ease the pain. To perform the neck stretches, sit in a cross legged position and make sure your spine is erect and straight. Inhale with your head bent a little forward and then exhale moving your chin to your chest. Repeat this 5 times and on the fifth instance hold your chin to chest breathing three times through the nose.

When it comes to yoga for nasal congestion and drainage – the victorious breath pose is highly recommended and is performed by breathing in slowly and steadily and exhaling through both nostrils. This pose also requires you to close your glottis, which is the throat muscles, thereby giving you more control over your lungs and the flow of breath in and out of them. Closing the glottis will also generate a sound every time you inhale or exhale – which is a very important part of the yoga pose.

Submitted by C D on July 18, 2011 at 01:12

Yoga Asanas For Block Nose

Yoga can be used for a number of different applications on the body. One can use it to improve the tone of muscles and also the flexibility of the muscles and their associated joints. Yoga can be used to develop concentration and to improve body functions such as respiration and blood circulation. There is an entire branch of yoga procedures that are based on breathing techniques and breathing exercises. This branch of yoga is reserved for those who at least have a moderate understanding of yoga and those who have practiced the exercises for a fair amount of time. For beginners, the focus should be on basic control of breathing so that inhalations and exhalations are synchronized with various poses and various aspects of each pose.

Advanced yoga practices of pranayama help to control breathing to a great extent. One can also use jal neti and sutra neti to help clear a blocked nose. Jal neti involves the passage of water through the nasal canal and out of the mouth. Sutra neti involves the use of a string which is passed through the nasal canal into the back to the throat and out of the mouth. These are both used to remove obstructions from the nasal passages and can be used by all advanced students of yoga.

Submitted by G M on July 18, 2011 at 01:09

Yes of course you can practice yoga safely for curing your nasal block problem. If you practice yoga regularly you will soon see a marked improvement in your condition and you might not need the nasal drops or sprays at all. All you need to do is practice it correctly and be dedicated to your yoga practice to get the desired results. You can practice the yoga cleansing called Jala Neti that involves cleaning your sinus passages with warm saline water. You would need to use a special vessel called the jala neti pot. It looks like a little teapot. Fill it up with warm water to which a little salt has been added. The proportion of salt should be a teaspoon to half a liter of water. Check the temperature of water on your palm to test that it is warm and not hot. Then insert the little cone of the spout in your right nostril, tilt your head and pour the water through your nostril. It will come out through the other nostril. Do not try to breathe through you nose at this time, as this will cause the water to go into your mouth and throat. The water should only flow smoothly from one nostril and out from the other while you breathe through your mouth. After doing this remember to dry your nose thoroughly by bending forward and allowing the excess water to drain out. You breathe in through your mouth and breathe out through your nose to get rid of any remaining water. Then breathe rapidly through your nostrils alternatively to dry them. Jala neti or nasal cleansing should be learnt and practiced under the guidance and supervision of a well qualified yoga instructor initially till you know it well enough to do it yourself at home.

Jala neti or the nasal cleansing effectively helps to remove all the mucus and germs from the nasal and sinus cavities. Once your nasal passage is clear of germs it functions better and prevents other infections like sinusitis, allergies, hay fever and upper respiratory ailments like coughs and sore throats, adenoids and inflammation of tonsils. It is also beneficial for migraine, headaches, epilepsy, hysteria, depression and general stress and tension. Besides this it also prevents eye problems and improves your vision giving a healthy sparkle to your eyes.

You can also practice pranayama or breathing exercises like the Anulom Vilom or the alternate nostril breathing and Kapalbhati or the breath of fire to treat your nasal block problem.

Submitted by G M on January 29, 2009 at 05:14

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