How To Get Rid Of Post Nasal Drip At Home

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Post-Nasal Drip also known as Upper Airway Cough Syndrome (UACS) is a condition where excess mucus is produced by the nasal mucosa. The excessive mucus produced gets accumulated in the throat and back of the nose leading to a runny nose. You can suffer from post nasal drip either by cold, allergies or flu. It becomes hard to resist the flow of mucus from the nose thus, it is the most uncomfortable situation. However, you can get rid of the same by adopting some natural measures. Therefore, find the ways of how to get rid of post nasal drip at home.

Inhale Steam:

Steaming is necessary if you are suffering from post nasal drip syndrome. Inhaling of steam will restrict the production of mucus. Thus, you can take a bowl of hot water and blow your face onto it (keeping a safe distance). Cover your face with a towel and inhale the steam for 10-15 minutes.

Salt Water Gargle:

The salt water gargle can do wonders to treat the post nasal drip as it helps in the thinning of the mucus. You can add 1 spoon of salt in a glass of warm water and gargle with the same solution for 2-3 days to get relief.

Ginger Tea:

The ginger is a natural decongestant and has antiviral properties which restrict the production of excess mucus.  Hence, you can prepare ginger tea and drink twice in a day to get the natural cure from post nasal drip.

Lemon and Honey Juice:

The intake of Vitamin C becomes necessary when you are going through a terrible runny nose. Therefore, as lemon is the best source of Vitamin C, you can drink lemon juice added with honey early in the morning for easy removal of mucus. The lemon helps in increasing the body’s resistance to various infections. Hence, it is helpful.

Drink Warm Water:

The more you keep yourself hydrated, the more you will let the thinning of mucus. Hence, drink water in frequent intervals to give your throat and post nasal drip a relief.

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