The nose-clearing exercise below helps relax smooth muscle lining the nasal passages and can bring temporary relief from nasal congestion without the need for nasal spray. Try to maintain nasal breathing after doing the exercise.
Comfortable nasal breathing is a sign of a healthy breathing pattern. A blocked nose is one of the most common symptoms of dysfunctional breathing. Many people rely on nasal spray on a regular basis to clear their nose. Mouth breathing is a slippery slope and what may start as a symptom of seasonal allergies or a cold can quickly develop into a permanent situation. When mouth breathing is the norm, the nasal passages tend to block: a case of use it or lose it.
There are three main contributors to nasal congestion:
Constriction of smooth muscle lining the nasal passages.
Nose Clearing Exercise Learn how to restore comfortable nasal breathing without the need for nasal spray or nose surgery...