Nobody enjoys being sick. Having to deal with the runny nose, sore throat, and cough is just horrible. Having a stuffy nose is also no fun, either. It prevents you from breathing through your nostrils, can cause headaches, and makes it hard to talk. So, one of the best ways to ...more
Learn how to relieve a stuffy nose with acupressure. Got a cold? Breathe easier with a move from the ancient Chinese medicinal technique, acupressure. You Will Need * Two hands WARNING: If you feel pain when using acupressure, stop immediately. Pregnant women should not use ...more
Build your own herbal apothecary with home remedy secrets. Building a herbal medicine chest. This video is part of a course that is free. It is herbal home remedies made simple.
Babies under 4 months old can only breathe through their noses, so when they get congested it can be hard for them to nurse. Here are some ways to help a stuffed-up infant breathe easier.
Body hacks. So simple, so ingenious. They're the shortcuts in life. We love them, the internet loves them. Back in 2008, somebody named Alicia Goh wrote a friendster blog post that has been passed along far and wide. Her tricks of the body include quick solutions for an itchy ...more
When a stuffy nose hits, it feels like breathing clearly and easily may never come again. Allergies, colds, and even changes in weather can leave our sinuses blocked, with medicine seeming like the only option. But don't break out the medication just yet — relieving the pressu ...more
The University of Michigan teaches you how to use nasal irrigation to get rid of common nasal sinus symptoms without reaching for those over the counter medications. The best part of nasal irrigation is that it handles conditions that medication cannot - such as post nasal dri ...more
If you have a cold or stuffy nose, the Neti Pot is an ideal way to clean out your nasal passages. This device is a totally natural and safe way to clear your airways without medication. In this tutorial, learn what a neti pot is, which to purchase and how to properly use one. ...more
Have the sniffles? Yes. Does your head hurt? Yes. Coughing? Yes. Could you have influenza? Yes. How do you know the difference? With these symptoms, you could also have a cold. In the US right now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report that flu season is ...more
The next time you find yourself with a stuffy nose and the beginnings of a sore throat, breathe in warm air through your nose while holding a hair dryer blowing 18 inches away from your face. (Be sure the hair dryer is set to "warm" and not "hot.") Yes, really. Breathing in w ...more
So the Big Surprise News of today is that The King's Speech is Kicking Major Nomination Ass with twelve count-em 12 nominations, just brutalizing stuff like The Social Network (eight - nice try), The Fighter (seven - really? seven? that's the best you can do idiot movie?) and ...more
What's in a sneeze? Quite a lot—dirt, mucus, and infectious germs—it seems. And sneezing the right way can reduce the germs you share with neighbors. It's just a sneeze right? Everybody sneezes. So if you share a few germs when you are sick (or not sick), it's not such a terr ...more