2. Get Steamy
Taking a hot shower or a hot bath is one of the quickest ways to get relief from nasal congestion. The hot steam opens up sinuses, helping them drain out irritants quickly. Try adding a bit eucalyptus oil in a bowl of hot water and lean over it and breathe in. Peppermint or lemon oil works well too! Sleeping in a room with a humidifier will help relieve your symptoms overnight, leaving you feeling refreshed in the morning.
3. Use A Hot Compress
Warm compresses help trigger the flow of liquid in your sinuses. This will actively reduce swelling. It’s easy to do: First, dip a clean hand towel in hot water and wring it out. Then Place the compress on the forehead, nose, and upper cheek to target sinuses.