All you need to know about polyps natural remedies

  • Nasal polyps natural remedies


    Nasal polyps are hikes that take place in the tissues inside your nose. Although they are benign tumors, they can cause your ability to breathe, decrease your sense of smell, and cause damage. Most of the time people used medication and surgery to cure nasal polyps.

    If you’re seeking natural alternatives to medications, this article explores what treatments may work best and are most effective.


    There are different types of natural treatments for nasal polyps that you may want to consider.


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    Nasal Rinses 

    A nasal rinse, wash, or spray uses sterilized saline water to moisturize and clean the nasal passages. Nasal rinses may help with the symptoms and some causes of polyps.

    For example, using a nasal rinse may help prevent polyps caused by allergies. By washing the sinuses, you may be able to flush out allergens and irritants.

    Vitamin D 

    Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that your body needs to stay healthy. Research shows that vitamin D may help prevent nasal polyps. Also, some people who have nasal polyps are deficient in vitamin D. Previous studies showed that vitamin D has anti-inflammatory properties and may play an important role in respiratory health.


    Humidifiers work by adding moisture to the air around you. They can prevent dryness and moisturize your nasal passages to make it easier to breathe. By helping mucus drain from the sinuses, the risk of blockages and inflammation is lower.

    Keep the humidifier clean to prevent mold and bacteria from growing inside.


    Intake of garlic: It has high antiseptic and antioxidant properties. It removes the infectious material and prevents the growth of polyp. It also helps in the drainage of mucus. Take very finely chopped garlic with hot water twice a day for better results.

    Tea tree oil: It causes the shortening of the polyp. It has high antibiotic activity. Take one cotton wool and dip it with oil and put it into affected the nostril. It also prevents the recurrence of this disease.


    Among nasal polyps’ symptoms we have:

    • A runny nose
    • Persistent stuffiness
    • Postnasal drip
    • Decreased or absent sense of smell
    • Loss of sense of taste
    • Facial pain or headache
    • Pain in your upper teeth
    • A sense of pressure over your forehead and face
    • Snoring
    • Frequent nosebleeds


    Scientists don't yet fully understand what causes nasal polyps, why some people develop long-term inflammation, or why irritation and swelling (inflammation) triggers polyps to form in some people and not in others. The swelling occurs in the fluid-producing lining (mucous membrane) of your nose and sinuses.

    Nasal polyps can form at any age, but they're most common in young and middle-aged adults.


    You may help reduce your chances of developing nasal polyps or having nasal polyps recur after treatment with the following strategies:

      • Humidify your home. Using a humidifier may help moisten your breathing passages, improve the flow of mucus from your sinuses, and help prevent blockages and inflammation. Clean the humidifier daily to prevent bacteria from growing.
    • Avoid nasal irritants. As much as possible, avoid breathing airborne substances that are likely to contribute to swelling or irritation in your nose and sinuses, such as allergens, tobacco smoke, chemical fumes, and dust, and fine debris.
    • Practice good hygiene. Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly. This is one of the best ways to protect against bacterial and viral infections that can cause inflammation of the nasal passages and sinuses.

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