There are a number of sinus pressure points and pressure points relating to sinus conditions. These pressure points are found all over the body, including, the face, head, arms, hands and neck. Sinus pressure points can be used to treat a number of sinus problems, from simple conditions, such as a runny nose or slight discomfort, to more serious sinus conditions, such as rhinitis, sinus pressure, sinus headaches, and blockages. Sinus pressure points are a good first line of relief and in cases can be used in conjunction with or instead of nasal decongestants and other medication.
While sinus pressure points will likely not cure a sever sinus infection, they are very useful to know, seeing as they can help to clear the condition before it has the chance to intensify, especially if your usual nasal medication is not at hand. For so many of us who suffer from chronic sinus conditions, sinus pressure points are among the best ways to get through each day.
Personally, without learning about sinus pressure points, my life would now be miserable, with constant tinnitus (ringing in the ears) due to a blockage throughout my sinuses and eustachian tubes (the part connecting your sinus and your middle ears. Armed with the knowledge I have gathered over the past 4 years, I know want to help other deal with their sinus conditions through the use of sinus pressure points.