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    Lowering ExcessMucus
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    samueld posted:
    I have had quite a bitof mucus (post basel drip) going down my throat causing coughing and affecting my breathing.
    I found that when ever I take a hot shower it seems to ease off for a few hours. I've started to breath in hot moist air by p[lacing my head over a bowl with hot water and a towel over my head. Its cheaper that getting a hot moist air humidifier.
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi samueld,

    Breathing in moist air is a great way to alleviate sinus problems. You might also want to take a look at this slideshow that gives some other great tips -- like drinking plenty of fluids and trying nasal irrigation.

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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