Since breathing in dry air will dry out your sinuses, it’s best to add moisture back into your environment by using a cool-mist humidifier or steam vaporizer. You can also try breathing in steam from a hot shower. Doing so can help soothe the irritated membranes lining your nasal passages.
NASAL CONGESTION & SINUS
How to Get Rid of a Head Cold
Oh, your aching head! If you’re suffering from unbearable nasal congestion and headache, you probably have a head cold. The reason you’re so stuffed up? When you have a head cold, the membranes lining your nasal passages become swollen and produce excess mucus to flush out whatever is causing the irritation, whether it’s a virus or an allergen. You might experience pain in your forehead, under your eyes or in your upper teeth.
The key to getting rid of a head cold is to reduce sinus swelling and help mucus drain from your sinuses. Although it might seem counterintuitive, keeping your nasal passages moist is the best way to clear out congestion—dry sinuses will only result in further irritation. Try these simple tips to clear up a head cold and help relieve headache and sinus pressure.