My sinuses are very sensitive. I have a very dry cough and runny nose. Sometimes I will experience more symptoms than others, but it usually goes away after I take care of it. I know the symptoms are all normal, but if I have a very dry cough and runny nose, I know I should not be using any products that have a very high concentration of alcohol in them.
The only products I have to use are vitamins and supplements.
If you have dry or blocked sinuses, it is very common for it to affect your ability to breathe. If you have sensitive sinuses, you should avoid alcohol because alcohol can aggravate your issue.
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The question of whether or not to drink alcohol or drugs is really a question of balance. How many times have we heard doctors telling us that all of our sinuses are going to explode and that we need to quit smoking or doing any other harmful activity? But how many times have we heard the same doctors telling us that we should do no smoking at all? It’s the same answer. Balance. If you want to do the right thing, you need to do both.
It’s a good question. Your brain is like that, and if you can’t do it, you’re probably stuck doing it. It’s not like your brain does nothing.
It’s about how your sinuses work. The sinuses are basically tiny pressure points (think of them as the “little holes” inside your ears) that act like a filter and get rid of excess air. When you inhale, the air goes into the sinuses, and when you exhale, it goes out.
When you inhale, you have to push your diaphragm down to let the air in. This is why when you get a cold you want to exhale as soon as you can.