14 Natural Treatments to Unstuff Your Nose and Breathe Better

Updated on March 8, 2018
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14 treatments to naturally clear a stuffy nose.
14 treatments to naturally clear a stuffy nose.

Just this morning, I woke up and found I couldn't breathe out of my left nostril. When I get a stuffy nose, I want to clear it ASAP and move on with what I have to do that day—which is why I've found and tested several home remedies for nasal congestion throughout the years because taking medication is not my first course of action. All of these remedies will help clear out your nasal passageways. Not only will you be able to breathe better, but you will also be clear-headed so that you can have a productive day ahead.

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1. Use a Neti Pot to Relieve Nasal Congestion

According to Dr. Elizabeth Trattner, "One of the simplest things a patient can do is a nasal lavage. This can be performed with a neti pot that is purchased over the counter at drugstores. You can even make your own at home by using a mixture of 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of baking soda to 1 pint of distilled water. This should be done twice a day in the morning and in the evening right before bedtime. A nasal lavage helps clear the cilia of the inside of the nose of pollen, micro-particles, and mucus. This practice has been performed for thousands of years and it is quite effective and very inexpensive."

I personally prefer the neti pot to gargling salt as it is the most effective way of clearing your sinuses. Simply fill the neti pot with salt water and pour it into one nostril while tilting your head to the opposite side. These neti pots come with "saline solution," that you pour into water to use in your pot. However, "saline solution" is another word for salt, so once you run out of the solution, you can simply mix your own salt solution.

Salt water can help unclog your nose.
Salt water can help unclog your nose.

2. Use a Saline Spray to Clear a Blocked Nose

To make a saline spray, simply mix 1 teaspoon of salt, 1 teaspoon of baking soda, and a pint of distilled or pre-boiled water. You can buy a nasal spray bottle at the drugstore and fill it up with your homemade saline solution. Then simply spray your nose a few times a day to restore moisture to dry nasal passages and thin the mucus that is preventing you from breathing.

You can also do a salt-water nose gargle. Just fill up a small cup with warm water and a pinch of salt. Close one nostril and snort the salt water with the other nostril. Then simply blow your nose. Of course, this technique is very difficult to use on little ones. As the mother of a two-year-old, I know how often children's noses can get stuffed, but their noses are so small that it's hard to clear them out.

Note: Dr. Elliott, MD, a board-certified allergist and internist warns against using tap or bottled water to make a salt water rinse. She says, "It’s fine to gargle with warm salt water when you have a sore throat, but you never want to put that up your nose. There is bacteria in both tap and even bottled water that can make your infection worse. If you want to make your own rinse, be sure that the water is pre-boiled, or better yet, buy distilled water from the pharmacy. That way you know you are not introducing any unwanted materials into you body."

3. Inhale Eucalyptus Oil to Unclog Nasal Passages

Eucalyptus oil increases the number of phagocytes cells that destroy bacteria, increases circulation in the body, expels phlegm, and decongests the nasal passageways. It helps unclog your nose instantly. You can use eucalyptus oil in three ways:

Inhale It Over a Bowl of Hot Water

Pour a few drops into a pan or bowl of steaming hot water. Take a towel and cover your head over the pot so that you create your own mini spa. Inhale the steam. Just be careful not to get your face too close to the pot because the steam can get quite hot and boiling water can splash. Start with your face over a foot away from the water, and adjust accordingly.

Pour a Few Drops on Your Pillow Before Bed

Sprinkle a few drops on your pillow so you can inhale it while you sleep.

Use a Handkerchief

Put a few drops of eucalyptus oil onto a handkerchief, and sniff it throughout the day.

4. Eat a Clove of Raw Garlic When You Think a Cold Is Starting

Based on my experience, this is the most effective for not only clearing my stuffy nose but also getting rid of my cold. Dr. Tania Elliott, MD says, "Garlic is a natural immune booster." It is an extremely potent anti-bacterial food, and when cut, it produces a chemical called allicin, which helps thin the mucus blocking your passageways.

Just take a clove of garlic and slice it into pieces small enough to swallow. Then just swallow it with some water like you would a normal pill. Drink some warm water after to help with digestion.

A steaming hot shower can help clear your sinuses.
A steaming hot shower can help clear your sinuses.

5. Take a Hot Shower or Inhale Steam for Sinus Relief

The steam from a hot shower will help clear out your nose by thinning mucus and restoring moisture to inflamed mucus membranes in your nostrils. While this clearing effect is temporary, it can still help remove blockages in your nasal passageways.

Drinking water is such an easy thing to do. Keep your body hydrated.
Drinking water is such an easy thing to do. Keep your body hydrated.

6. Drink Warm Water or Hot Tea (Peppermint or Ginger)

One of the reasons your nose is stuffy is because of mucous buildup. Drinking ample water helps to thin out this mucus and drain it, which is why it is always the standard advice given by doctors to patients with sinuses.

Warm water or tea is even better because the heat will loosen up the mucus and help you breathe better. Herbal teas like peppermint or ginger tea are great choices for clearing your nasal passageways. The menthol in peppermint breaks up phlegm and relieves sinuses and headaches, and ginger has high anti-inflammatory properties that instantly relieve congestion.

Spicy foods can help unblock a stuffy nose.
Spicy foods can help unblock a stuffy nose.

7. Eat Spicy Foods to Thin Mucus

Spicy foods will often help drain the nose. Like the effect of steam, this effect may only be temporary but will help lead to more lasting results. We make Indian food everyday, so I can easily add a Serrano chili or cayenne pepper to make something extra spicy. Mustard oil or wasabi are also great for giving that instant clearing effect.

Try adding chilis to your cooking. If that's too much effort, you can easily order spicy Indian or Vietnamese dishes.

Lying to one side can help relieve a stuffy nose.
Lying to one side can help relieve a stuffy nose.

8. Lie on the Side That Is Unstuffed or Less Clogged

If you want to clear nasal congestion at night and help relieve the pressure on the more stuffed side of your face, try lying on the side that is less stuffed. This works especially well after nose gargling salt water or using a neti pot.

Massaging your sinuses can help them drain.
Massaging your sinuses can help them drain.

9. Massage Your Sinuses

Massaging your sinuses can help to break up the congestion. It works, just like any massage, by loosening things up.

Below is a video that walks you through exactly how to drain your sinuses using massage and pressure points.

Cutting an onion can help relieve sinuses.
Cutting an onion can help relieve sinuses.

10. Cut an Onion to Clear a Blocked Nose

Dr. Tania Elliott, MD explains, "Raw onion is great for boosting the immune system!" This morning, an item on my to-do list was to make sauce that required onions. Cutting onions up instantly unstuffed my nose. The strong smell not only made me cry but also helped open up my nostrils.

11. Use a Humidifier While You Sleep to Add Moisture to the Air

We do this in our Connecticut home during the wintertime. A humidifier instantly puts moisture into the air, increasing the humidity (hence the name). Like drinking a glass of water, using a humidifier can help thin out the mucus in your nose and sinus areas, allowing you to breathe better and sleep more restfully.

12. Use Warm Compress on Forehead

To relieve sinus pressure, place a warm compress on your forehead and nose. The warmth from the compress will clear up mucus that is built up in the mucus membranes located throughout your neck, temples, forehead, and nose.

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13. Eat Chicken Soup to Get Rid of Sinuses

Dr. Elliott, MD explains that "Chicken soup can help fight infection. Studies show it boosts neutrophil production—a key component of the immune system needed to fight bacteria." This is because chicken soup is chock full of potent herbs and spices (onions, celery, and pepper) that stimulate nasal clearance. It is also full of protein, which strengthens your immune system and helps your body fight cold symptoms, such as congestion and fatigue.

14. Drink Some Apple Cider Vinegar

Mix some apple cider vinegar with water and honey, and drink up for better breathing. Apple cider vinegar contains potassium, which thins mucus. It is also abundant in vitamin C, which gives your immune system that extra boost for fighting off the common cold.

How to Sleep With a Stuffy Nose

  1. Prop your head up to help drain the mucus. You can do this by using two or more pillows to keep your head elevated.
  2. Spray your nose with a saline spray before bed. The blast moisture of moisture does wonders for decongestion.
  3. Use a humidifier or diffuser in your room to ensure that your nasal passages are moist all through the night. Adding a few drops of eucalyptus oil in would be even better. The menthol in eucalyptus is antibacterial and helps open blocked mucus membranes.
  4. Rub your chest with eucalyptus oil of Vick's vapor oil. Again, the menthol heals with decongestion.

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      Amaya 

      3 days ago

      I used a doterra essential oil called breathe, I put it on my pillow when I went to sleep and put some right under my nose and it helps so much

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      Addison 

      3 weeks ago

      I can't breath out of my nose at all it has been 4 days I have tried a lot of these and nothing works if you have any other things that might work please reply

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      Alana 

      6 weeks ago

      My nose was stuffy one night and I got hungry I went and I grabbed a water and some crackers I layer on my side and my stuffy nosee slightly went away!

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      Matthew 

      6 weeks ago from Florida

      Wow, this is interesting. Let me look at this. Thank you for your comment.

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      Gina 

      7 weeks ago

      THEY DONT WORK!! Please give us something that will really work

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      Ramona 

      7 weeks ago from Arkansas

      Interesting information. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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      ayurvedhimachal 

      7 weeks ago

      Very useful topic

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      Person who is sick 

      2 months ago

      Oui I tried all of them and none of them work. Does any one have anything that actually works?

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      Dramasdownload 

      3 months ago

      I face the spookie feeling of not being able to breath at night I wake up starving for air now .I was hit with a hughe door it caused left side of nose to..be a devated septum so left side of nose was damaged cant breath that side then when right side get stuffed up I have had it ! PANIC.. I wake up tounge hughe swelling from being or /drying out..from breathing out of mouth at night throat dry as the desert it gets to be a night mare .It then takes 2 glasses of water before. I can talk. Cant someone come up with a way to turn off the allergy gene in the body ..Please at this point IF I COULD BE A person who was a genetically

      Ehance being it would be a God send ! :-) Hopefully its not too far from being possible then no more mouth breathing like a fish. OR MAYBE NASA COULD ASK THE SPACE PEOPLE FOR A CURE? THEY HAVE THEIR AMERICAN CITIZEN SHIP BY NOW RIGHT ?

      With all the help they have ALREADY GIVEN US RIGHT.. (All the MAJOR ..MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS WE MADE IN Just 25 years.. AMAZING ! We need some health miracles With this new flu we can use all the Help we can get ! :-) :-) :-)

      http://www.dramasdownload.site/

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      Noelia 

      3 months ago

      That kinda helped lol, thank you

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      Ema 

      3 months ago

      This was amazing. I don’t know if all of them work but number nine definitely does. Iv been up for 18 hours and now I’m finally going to be able to get some sleep.

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      Julien 

      4 months ago

      Thanks for your help!!!

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      Jayee 

      4 months ago

      It was late and i was in bed, but couldn't breathe. I decided to try and massage the nostrils...i did and soon enough I was breathing perfect...thanks!

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      4 months ago

      Thank you.

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      Bry’Ana 

      4 months ago

      I really appreciate your kindness

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      Lynn C. 

      5 months ago

      The onion worked remarably well. I may try some wasabi powder or paste (add water to powder & mix) later.

      My doctor, a senior MD at a well-known clinic in Silicon Valley, does not advocate neti pots. He said the climate in the nose is delicately balanced. Sticking foreign bodies (objects, even a finger: yuck!) into the nasal passages can cause or aggravate problems by introducing germs. Makes sense. They see complications from neti pots & continual use of sprays & inhalers.

      A big whiff of a freshly cut strong onion should make the remainder of this nasty flu-like cold more bearable. Thank you.

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      Best 

      5 months ago

      Truly Best

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      NICOLE 

      5 months ago

      I had a stuffy nose for 3 days. I am 19w pregnant so meds are very limited. Last night, I searched & searched for remedies. I found this site (about the 8th site searched) and decided to do the nose massage. Omg!!!!! Initially I didn't feel a lot different. I did the massage twice and then lined my nose with Vicks Vaporub. I woke up 3 hours later with FULL CLEARANCE!! I was so thankful for the proper breathe of life, I could not stop smiling & thanking God for the creation of a nose!! Breathing primarily thru the mouth was such a horrible experience. I never post on sites but I just had to share this.

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      Wilhelm Boots 

      5 months ago

      Kay W. - Depending on whether or not you have insurance to cover it, the best "remedy" to your particular situation is to get that deviated septum surgically corrected. I inherited one of those through my mother's side of the genetic code, as did my older brother, as well as our mother herself. Only my brother has had a chance to get it corrected; our mom lived with hers til she died, and mine becomes more and more problematic the older I get (but so do the risks associated with the surgery).

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      I can't tell you my name 

      5 months ago

      This article really helped me! Thanks so much

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      kay w. 

      5 months ago

      I face the spookie feeling of not being able to breath at night I wake up starving for air now .I was hit with a hughe door it caused left side of nose to..be a devated septum so left side of nose was damaged cant breath that side then when right side get stuffed up I have had it ! PANIC.. I wake up tounge hughe swelling from being or /drying out..from breathing out of mouth at night throat dry as the desert it gets to be a night mare .It then takes 2 glasses of water before. I can talk. Cant someone come up with a way to turn off the allergy gene in the body ..Please at this point IF I COULD BE A person who was a genetically

      Ehance being it would be a God send ! :-) Hopefully its not too far from being possible then no more mouth breathing like a fish. OR MAYBE NASA COULD ASK THE SPACE PEOPLE FOR A CURE? THEY HAVE THEIR AMERICAN CITIZEN SHIP BY NOW RIGHT ?

      With all the help they have ALREADY GIVEN US RIGHT.. (All the MAJOR ..MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS WE MADE IN Just 25 years.. AMAZING ! We need some health miracles With this new flu we can use all the Help we can get ! :-) :-) :-)

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      Laylay 

      5 months ago

      The one that says lie on the side that is unstuffed or less clogged it doesn’t make your nose unclogged it just switch to the other side of your nose

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      Libby Johnson 

      6 months ago

      Also if you don’t have a Neti Pot but have botttles of water take one of those water bottles fill it up half ay with water put the lid back on cut a circular hole on the bottle of the bottle put bottle to nose and squeeze. It works just like a Neti pot just take away the citrus flavor.

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      J anomounus 

      6 months ago

      Well we all have a reason to eat spicy Doritos

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      Emma 

      6 months ago

      I find that sitting up strate helps for a while then gets stuffed again help me please!

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      Dena 

      6 months ago

      My nose just won't unstuff

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      Jewels 

      6 months ago from Australia

      I don't use a neti pot, instead, use a bowl as I can do both nostrils at the same time. This ensures you are not unblocking one and blocking the other. I wrote a hub on this technique with illustrations. Hope it helps your readers.

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      Dawn 

      7 months ago

      True, if you lay on the side that isn't stuffed, it is just gonna move to the clear side!!! Your still gonna have a stuffed nose!

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      Owen 

      7 months ago

      I swear when I sleep so that my clogged nostril is in above my other one the mucus just seems to move from one nostril to the other and I have to constantly switch sides. Tough to sleep like that,

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      Someone 

      7 months ago

      Laying on the side that isn't stuffed really work and I'm littary shocked that it worked so well!

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      Maurice Glaude 

      8 months ago from Mobile, AL

      I always start up my humidifier and put essential oils for a pleasant smell or use specific ones for my symptoms if I have any when the weather begins to get dryer, to prevent a cold. I never heard of using mouthwash at the first sign of a cold though. I normally just gargle with salt water because it's cleansing and healing. Mouthwash is easier to have on hand and convenient.

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      Aisha Muhdhar 

      10 months ago

      I've noticed that using anything minty helps clear your nose. It can be mint gum, a peppermint, or my own personal favorite, mint tea. Just make sure that the mint flavor of whatever you decide to use is strong. I prefer mint tea cause just the smell of it usually clears up my nose. It also helps soothe headaches.

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      Lillei 

      10 months ago

      So, I found that the hot water and glass of water works the best, thx for the advice!

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      madison 

      11 months ago

      I am 11 years old and everyday I have to use nasal spray.

      I found out that I damaged my nose so I'm looking for a better way to get rid of my allergy.

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      Nizamuddin 

      11 months ago

      I heard that breathing from one side of your nose, remember that it’s a natural, automatic system working to keep you ‎smelling properly, and to make sure your nose doesn’t get dried out by a constant onslaught of dirty air. ‎

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      Paul 

      11 months ago

      3 way to clear a blocked nose with eucalyptus

      1.) to clear a blocked nose use eucalyptus spray

      2.) make a eucalyptus tea by Crush some fresh eucalyptus leaves and put them in a pot of water then boil them for 50 seconds then simmer it for 1 minute then let it cool with the eucalyptus leaves in it then drink it very slowly ps do not eat the eucalyptus leaves throw them out

      3.) put some Crush fresh eucalyptus leaves in a pot boil them for 50 seconds them let them come to room temperature then breathe it in with deep breath through the nose slowly not to fast it may hurt the nose

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      Tammy 

      12 months ago

      A few weeks ago, i had a sinuses real bad, it went away, but after it went away, i notice my sinuses draining, and i started this snorting thing with it, drainage is gone but the snorting type thing is still there how can i stop doing this

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      Mario 

      13 months ago

      Put small amount of Himalayan salt in your mouth and just keep it there until dissolved. Do not swallow. It will almost instantly unblocked your nose due to allergies.

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      Dianarose i 

      14 months ago

      I am 11

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      cool 

      16 months ago

      i am a kid 9 years old but anyway thank you so much Dave that worked so well

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      Xiomara 

      17 months ago

      I can't even start on how long I have had this stuffy nose. At night it is the worst and the only way to breath through my mouth which then in the morning gives me a sore throat. I tried the Nettie pot and it worked wonders just like you said!!! I have to admit that is was a little scary because I never used one before. Anyway i just wanted to say thank you so much for making this page.

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      OW4L 

      18 months ago

      I have both my nostrils stuffed up but only when I change my body posision, if I stay still it clears. who can I get it clear? When I blow my nose it just gets worse...

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      Dave 

      18 months ago

      What works for me is twist some tissue up at the corner, then push it in and out of my nose as far as it will go. Eventually it will make me sneeze and the stuffed nose become runny.

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      It works 

      18 months ago

      Ok so I stuck my finger in my nose and I just shook it. It cleared up about half of the clogged side.

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      pleeeease 

      18 months ago

      help

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      someone 

      19 months ago

      Tasha it really worked thanks

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      Amy 

      20 months ago

      I am 12 have blocked nose for a nearly 2 days and when I lay down it makes my noes blocked and when I stand it's unboxed I think I have a cold when I have a runny nose a tickle cough

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      Lofa 

      22 months ago

      breath in 3 times and on the out hale pinch your nose hold your breath as long as you can do it atleast 5 times If that doesn 't work take a shower it will unclog your nose for about 30 min Do 10 push ups Nasal Strips Drink alot's of fluids Eat spicy foods Like Red peppers Anything hot in your house Take any kind of allergy medicine Nasal Spray

      The best thing you can do is go to your nearest Store and ask for Nasal strips put them on your cheeks it should clear up in 1 min if it doesn't wait 10 min then you should be cleared for the reast of the day

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      matt meister 

      23 months ago

      what i do is a put bit of salt in your nose it reallly helps

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      Mimi 

      23 months ago

      I have stuffed nose all the time due to allergy and mild deviated septum . What helps me is ocean saline nasal spray - use it 3 or more times daily . It's purely natural so there is no rebound affect ! It was recommended by ENT Doctor ! I also put real hot water in a bowl , soak a wash cloth and put it over the bridge of my nose on my face . Do this several times to loosen the blockage up . At night I use Vicks waterless vaporizer and mine came with 5 menthol vapors pads- using all those works wonders for me . Hope this helps someone !

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      Rose 

      24 months ago

      Some ways to rid your stuffy nose and cough are to drink lemon tea with honey, the honey is a natural cough suppressant and sleep aid while lemon helps fight respiratory problems, take a hot shower and near the end slowly remove the hot water until it's a nice cool shower, both hot and cold showers had different perks to make your body more healthy! Also don't forget to frequently wash your hands, so you don't keep spreading germs everywhere. Vapourizing Ointment also helps if you just spread it on your chest, throat, and on your upper lip and around the holes of your nose to not only help clear your nasal but also help sooth the raw skin around your nose that you might get after blowing your nose a lot, which is something you should do, don't sniff it in because that just it makes the problem worse. I hope you guys get better soon!

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      Lucy Buehler 

      2 years ago

      This is a weird one but if you get scared/frightend during the day with a stuffed up nose it will almost instantly unclog itself.

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      Matthew 

      2 years ago from Florida

      Tori and Usman, did you guys use warm water?

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      Usmanbhatti 

      2 years ago

      I tried the cup of water. It helps... But only for a second. I find sleeping on the opposite side of which the nose is clogged helped me the most.it is amazing......thanku

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      Tori 

      2 years ago

      I tried the cup of water. It helps... But only for a second. I find sleeping on the opposite side of which the nose is clogged helped me the most.

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      Amin 

      2 years ago

      it is amazing......thanku

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      Casey 

      2 years ago

      When it comes to night and morning, my nose starts to get

      blocked.

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      Tameka 

      2 years ago

      Everytime i leave home from being in da Air....And go outside in the Heat....i start sneezing n nose running....At night they both get stopped up....Tell me a Good Remedies

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      Logan Weldon 

      3 years ago

      When I usualy have stuffy noses is winter so when I get a stuffy nose in winter at school I go out side and run around for like 30-20 minutes and then my nose will not be stuffed this lasts like 1 hour and 30minutes.

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      Alexus ahner 

      3 years ago

      Drink lots of water and blow your nose a lot

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      Makia 

      3 years ago

      I'm 14 and I've had a stuffy nose for 2 weeks now.i am going to try this stuff and see if it really helps or works

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      Elnita Zahlie 

      3 years ago from Kingdom of Heaven

      Drinking more water at least 6 - 8 glasses, getting enough sleep and eating more foods containing vitamin C are the best home remedies for that condition.

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      Crystal 

      3 years ago

      I've had a cold for a while and I am trying to get rid of my stuffy nose. Going to try this stuff and see if it works.

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      Kristen Howe 

      3 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      Great tips. I always end up with nasal or sinus congestion. This would save me money on Mucinex and other cold medicines.

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      PAS 

      3 years ago

      Doctors do squat when you see them about a blocked nose, unless it's infected, in which case you a prescription for antibiotics.

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      Kirsty 

      3 years ago

      I got allergy conjunctivitis and have stuffy and runny nose need help to get rid of the stuffy and runny nose really getting annoying now my nose is sore too and dry from where I blow and wipe the runny nose help!!!!

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      Someone 

      3 years ago

      It is 1 in the morning and i have a test tomorrow and i can't get sleep! I went to bed at 8:00 pm and i have been trying so hard to even lay down

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      Habibah Malik 

      3 years ago

      Which is the fastest way to open a blocked nose naturally??????

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      Ciara 

      3 years ago

      I've had a stuffy nose since Thursday night and it's really agrovating me! Someone tell me how to stop it I don't have the Neti pot or an onion.

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      Hannah 

      3 years ago

      Please help me with my stuffed up nose and my sore throat! My brother had a stuffed up nose for 3 days. I think I got it when I went to church without a coat on. I really need some advice for what to do. I don't take medication for my stuffed nose. So, if you could give me some help with this. Thank you so much.

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      Rose 

      3 years ago

      Im tired of my stuffed nose , its always around this time

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      blah03. 

      3 years ago

      i don't have a pot

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      Laderell 

      3 years ago

      Shower with hot water and eat like 10 halls cough drops....u should be good for the night

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      naydelin estrada 

      3 years ago

      I'm a 8 year old my nose is stuffed up and. Its not working its painful

      And I've been up till five and six of clock in the morning if any body has anythind to help me with let me know thanks:-) :-) :-)

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      Patricia 

      3 years ago

      I have a stuffy nose everyday! its so frustrating I went to the doctor and she prescribe Nasonex and Claritin D it help a little in 2 weeks I have an appointment with the ENT hopefully They have a cure for me I have this problem for over 7 years now and I am only 25.

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      MJ 

      3 years ago

      Doctors! see your doctors-

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      David Nurse 

      3 years ago

      I clean out my basement this morning and by evening my nose became stopped up on the left nostril I put some Rose oil on my mustash then I compress the tip of my cheek bones it hurt a little but about 3 minutes later I felt a movement I blew into a tissue and all that block up stuff came out. Now I am back to normal no stuffy nose Blessings.

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      Misha 

      3 years ago

      Like i have a stuffed up nose and i barely have the materials. U guys are suggestion i have that cold and cough its basically a tea u have to make but my nose stoped on one side of my nose which is the right and im tryna do everything to stay up or help my nose so i can go bak to sleep cause its kinda hard for me to breath that's why im up 2 sum in the morning PLEASE HELPPP U GUYS

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      Nathan perry 

      3 years ago

      I had this for almost three days now I and I need help my throat hurts and I can't sleep HELP

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      Anonymous 

      4 years ago

      I say u should try holding on the top of the unclogged nose and them blow out the clogged nose.It really helped for me.

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      Jonah 

      4 years ago

      Please help it's 3 am in the morning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Matthew 

      4 years ago from Florida

      Thanks Tina, for your advice.

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      TinaStyles2 

      4 years ago

      Drink one of them lemon cold and flu drink stuff they only cost about 1 dollar in the pharmacys amd believe me they work miracles if you take a sachet every 4 hours and theres about 4 or 5 sachets in 1 box so trust me if you have a stuffy nose then buy this

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      Ashley 

      4 years ago

      Try to take a Warm shower , and blow the nostril that is clogged & i have stuffy nose too smh. :(

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      domino 

      4 years ago

      I don't understand why you all don't take medication? I woke up with a sore throat, blocked nose and a cough, all I did was take two cold and flu tablets and I feel terrific. Not judgeing, just saying

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      ji 

      4 years ago

      i don't know what to do with a nose like this i can barely even breathe

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      Sierra 

      4 years ago

      I need help I don't how to get rid of a stuffy nose :(

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      Agnes 

      4 years ago

      Plz help I have had a cold for 3 days now and I have a blocked nose, I don't know how to get rid of it, I have tried Vic, Steam, tablets, olbas inhaler and nothing has worked. If anyone knows how to get rid of blocked noses plz tell me.

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      ddabs 

      4 years ago

      This is not helping vicks or enything hahahaha I'm about to freak. i was at mud bogs were there is a bunch of polin and dust!

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      isabelle 

      4 years ago

      I had a blocked nose for like three weeks and last night it was like I was dieing in my sleep someone pls help me I don't want to tAke tabs

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      bamagirlnikki 

      4 years ago

      I was fine until i cut an onion. i have cut them before and this has never happen I've always been fine but today i was making roast and i cut a onion and it made me cry very bad and my nose ran and i now have a sore throat. idk its never happen and i love onions now i feel like i have a cold i feel so bad has this ever happen to anyone else what can i do

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      Jessica 

      4 years ago

      Please help!!!! I need this nostril cleared in hopeing SECONDS if I don't clear my mom might get it and DIE! (Long story)

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      Taytum 

      4 years ago

      This is exactly what happened to me and I hope it works.

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      bawbluvzpie 

      4 years ago

      Ive had the same problem for two days. I'm sick, have a scratchy throat, and a stuffy nose. Anyone now how to fix it WITHOUT medicine

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      ZAcH 

      4 years ago

      Please help I need this stuff nose to go away

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      Yovanny 

      4 years ago

      iv had a stuffed nose for like 2 weeks now and I used Vicks vapor every night and it worked

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      tyler 

      4 years ago

      I'm 15 om allergic to about everything green can someone tell me the best allergy medicine

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      a certain person 

      4 years ago

      can someone help??? ive actually woke up with a blocked nose on one side and when i get up it clears but when i sit down or lay down on something it starts to block up one of the sides of my nostrils and i can't breath and i always get up at about 2:00 in the morning to look for something to help my nose and ive tried nostril sprays but they don't work and i blow my nose but its still blocked HELP!!!! pleaseeee!

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      David 

      4 years ago

      Tasha I tried that last night and it works after I read about it on hear from you thnk u

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      Tasha 

      4 years ago

      I had a stuffy nose for 1 week so I used Vicks vapor rub on my nose and I put a little bit of Vicks vapor rub on a piece of Kleenex and stuffed it in the one stopped up nostril this really helped me sleep

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