Lymphatic system is one of the key parts of the immune system. Many of you often feel lot of congestion or stuffiness in your head. This may be due to sinus infection, or extra drainage, or extra fluid in your lymphatic system, which is unpleasant and can be followed by intense pain.
However, you can help your sinuses release this extra fluid and release the pressure that you feel in your head by few simple massage techniques, instead of using some pharmaceutical preparations and solutions. See below the few massage techniques that can help you treat this issue easy and effectively.
Technique A: Mini Massage
Find the Venus ‘V’ angle (the video below will demonstrate how to do that). Press against the notch of your collarbone with your fingers and this way you will stimulate the stuffed mucus. You will notice that your ears will un-pop and the pressure you have felt will be gone completely!
Also you can try by crossing your hands in a V shape and massage the neck. Pull your flat side of the fingers, with your palms on the side of the neck. This technique stimulates the lymph fluid to move and drains the sinuses fluid.
Watch the video below to learn how to perform these massage techniques:
Technique B: Apply Pressure On Your Eyebrows
Push with your finger under the bone right up of your eyes, at the beginning of the eyebrows. Lean on your finger and just press. You will feel a little bit of tenderness on that point.
Then, move to the middle of your eyebrow and again press. And then move to the edges of your eyebrows. You will immediately feel the relief!
This helps you to relieve the tension and the pressure you feel in your sinuses. It encourages the congested fluid to be released from the sinuses. So, give it a try!
Technique C: Use Your Tongue
This technique is very simple and in just 15 seconds you will feel some movement and the best effect is that you will immediately feel relief!
Simultaneously press your tongue against the roof of your mouth and press your finger against the area between your eyes above your nose. Hold your tongue and your finger in this position for 15 seconds.
After 15 seconds, release your tongue and your finger. You would feel some movement towards the back of your throat and the back of your nose. This is actually because you have cleared your sinuses for the most part.
Watch the video below to learn how to perform this technique!