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Have sinus issues, sore throat, breathlessness, tight chest. Any exercise recommended?

Hi. I have sinus issues I get treated for, I have a post nasal drip that is irritating me alot causing sore throat breathlessness tight sore chest sometimes everyday and coughing. Now I am also high blood pressure on meds and getting horrible boil like spots/blemish on my neck and chest. I am 37yr old lady due to get married in July and cant get fit as any exercise makes me very breathless and sore. What can i do to make things better. At end of tether
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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You can try taking steroid nasal spray and saline nasal spray followed by steam inhalation. This will reduce the nasal congestion, open up the sinuses and reduce the post nasal drip. Drink plenty of warm water; Avoid chilled food and beverages/coffee/smoking. If the symptoms do not improve consult a good ENT specialist.

I wish you good health

Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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