Hijama Points For Sinus And Other Respiratory Issues.

Assalamualaikum,

Do you have swelling or tenderness around the cheeks?

Are your eyes and forehead in pain because of a stuffy nose?

Are you suffering from a reduced sense of smell?

Is nasal inflammation irritating you?

Are you worried because of bad breath?

Do you have to breathe through your mouth?

These might be symptoms of Sinus, don’t ignore these.

Hijama Cupping Therapy can Insha Allah treat Sinus and its related issues and can clear the symptoms Insha Allah.

Sinus is swelling of the sinuses, usually caused by an infection. It’s common and usually clears up on its own within 2 to 3 weeks. But medicines can help if it’s taking a long time to go away.

Sinus is common after cold and flu. It is usually caused by a virus and often lasts even after other upper respiratory symptoms are gone.

In some cases, bacteria or a fungus — may cause a sinus infection. Other conditions such as allergies, nasal polyps, and tooth infections can also contribute to sinus pain and symptoms.

Most sinus infections last from a couple of days to a few weeks and are not a serious medical concern, but if left untreated, sinusitis can lead to further complications. These include nasal polyps, a deviated septum and serious allergies.

A pharmacist can assist with medicines, nasal sprays, paracetamol or ibuprofen. But one or the other symptoms may still remain.

In rare cases, sinus infections in the rear centre of one’s head can spread into the brain. This can lead to life-threatening conditions.

Hijama Cupping can help treat Sinus and clear its symptoms, Insha Allah.

Hijama the Sunnah will help get rid of root causes and ease you of sinus for longer periods and regular Hijama Sessions may help to treat Sinus completely.

Hijama Nation would like to share the following important and beneficial Hijama Points for Sinus related issues.

Treat yourself and your clients with the following points and be cured by the grace of Allah swt.

Hijama cupping therapy can help the body to get rid of excess inflammatory agents that have built within sinus cavities, regulates the immune system and prevents an attack of acute sinusitis from becoming chronic. 

Applying moving, fixed and wet cupping on the affected area could strengthen the body against all kinds of bacterial, viral and fungal infections, not just sinusitis.

Hijama Cupping can clear congestion and help treat asthma, breathing disorders and sinus.

The suction from cups breaks up and expels congestion. It brings oxygen rich blood and lymph toward your lungs and your other respiratory muscles. 

By performing moving cupping a deep tissue massage is carried out. As a result a moving cupping session can help with congestion, lymphatic drainage, relieves sinus pressure, calms down allergies and gives instant cold relief.

Facial cupping is extremely beneficial for rejuvenation of one’s skin, uplifting the face and for beautificiation purposes.

Cupping therapy can help remove the build up of excess heat in the lungs and clears them of the congestion, phlegm, and fluids. You may notice a persistent cough beginning to easy up and an improvement in breathing.

Hijama can help get rid of facial swelling caused by sinus, eradicating the root causes of sinus.

Hijama Nation would advise plenty of rest, more intake of fluids, breathing exercises, avoiding allergic triggers, not smoking, clearing nasal passages with a salt water solution to ease congestion and breathing.

Healthy diet and lifestyle changes are to be advised by a Certified Hijama Practitioner.

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Adeela Aaiesha (CHP)

Hijama Coach.

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