Yes, that is a microscopic view of what's going to give you some trouble this season.
Allergy sufferers groan when that high pollen count alert appears. They know that congestion and facial pressure are likely in their future.
What can you do? Do you use what worked for you last time or try something new?
Here are three things you may want to consider. The first two you probably already know, but the last one may be a surprise for some folks.
Facial and neck massage can help with congestion and facial pressure. Some clients get relief from compresses (cool or warm) which soften muscles and relax the sinuses. Using cool stones on the face or hot stones on the neck is also an option. Working the sinus pressure points, such as the sides of the nose or under the cheek bones, can help ease some of the discomfort as well. Ending with some work around the base of the skull is effective too. Your therapist is also going to avoid any scents, oils, creams, candles, etc., that may interfere with a good result for you.
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