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Sneezing, runny nose, pain in throat, mucus in cough, symptoms of allergy ?

Symptoms constant sneezing in the morning and at night , runny nose , itchy nose, sometimes scratchy throat, sensation of wanting to cough and coughing. Sometimes cough is dry or every now and then mucus comes up. Also mucus when I sneeze and mucus could be clear, and sometimes yellowish, greenish. Symptoms more than two weeks now.
Asked On : Sat, 7 Apr 2012
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Naturopathy & Yoga Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM Forum,
Your symptoms look like allergic rhinitis. but 1st of all go for the Lab test for this.
Yogic Treatment for Allergic rhinitis:
At morning time wake up drink 1-2 liters of water and go for toilet.

Asnas(Postures): Sun Salutation(surya Namaskar) 5- 10 rounds.- its improove the
flaxibility,strength and warming effect to the body.

Gomukhasana (Both the side 1-2 minutes)- Open up the expend
the chest and open and induce the bronchi and bronchioles

Kunjal and Jal Neti: (Kujal help for the cleaning the uper digestive tract like moth to oesophagus and Jal neti cleaning, dialating and strengthing to nasal septum and passages)

Pranayama : Bhastrika (Active Inhalation and Active Exhalation)
Kapalbhati (Active Exhalation and Passive Inhalation)
Anulom-Vilom (Alternate nose breathing-Balance the Nadi)
Bhramri (Honey Bee Sound- Vibrates all the skull and provide the
relaxing effect all over the nervous system)

Note:- Pranayama like Anulom-vilom can practiced whenever you feel sneezing.
Kunjal and Neti adviced 2 days in week.
PLease Learn and do the all yogic cleansing process under the Yoga

Best Regards:
Dr.Premlal Patel
Answered: Sun, 8 Apr 2012
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