Chronic Sinus and Nasal Congestion
How long has it been since you’ve been able to breathe in deeply… through your nose? Do you feel foggy headed or off your game because of congestion? Do you want to open up your sinuses and breathe deeply without daily drugs or surgery that offers questionable outcomes? Healing Roots Natural Medicine can provide you with lasting solutions.
As with any condition, the first steps in alleviating chronic congestion are to make sure you are eating well, removing common food irritants that may be contributing, and helping your primary emunctories to function optimally. Your sinuses are considered a secondary emunctory, or route/organ of elimination. When the body is having symptoms in a secondary emunctory, it is very likely that one of your primary emunctories (lungs, liver, digestive tract, kidneys, skin, emotions) needs support. You will learn how to support these on a day to day basis to lay a foundation for relief for your sinuses. Once a solid foundation is laid, biotherapeutic drainage and herbs are used to help restore function to the emunctories.
Worried about identifying one of your favorite foods as THE culprit? You can take a deep breath and relax. First of all, with most chronic symptoms, including nasal congestion, there is more than one contributing factor. Sensitivities to healthy foods often become less bothersome when you are in better balance. At HRNM we won’t be treating your sinuses in isolation, you will become better balance and more resilient overall during the process.
Nasal Specifics is a unique offering from Healing Roots Natural Medicine to address chronic sinus congestion. Nasal Specifics is an adjustment to the sinuses done in office that helps to reopen open them. It can often be helpful to have a series of adjustments done in addition to your take home treatment plan. Packages are offered to help make this affordable.
Specialty testing can be helpful in some chronic cases. This may include testing for digestive health, food sensitivities or issues with biotoxins.