Sinus drainage massage

Hello, I’m Bess* from PeaceWellbeing and today I’m going to show you how to do a really simple sinus drainage massage, which can help when you’ve got a cold coming on, when you’re in the middle of a cold, if you’ve got a sinus headache or maybe if your suffering from hay fever. 

So we’re just going to start just above the collar bone, just stroking down, little strokes working up the neck. Keep stroking down, until you’re underneath your jaw here, either side of your windpipe, stroking down. 

And then go from the corner of your nose, down to your jaw. You can do circles or you can do strokes, whichever feels good for you. You can use one finger, two fingers, different two fingers, whichever feels good. 

And then we’re going from the inner corner of the eye, circling here. This is where you’ll start to feel, and probably hear, if there is any congestion in there, it will all start to move about. And what you’ve done is you’ve cleared the way downwards for it all to drain out. Circles from the inner corner of the eyes, to about the corner of your nose, between your nose and your mouth. 

And then we’re going to do circles along the eyebrows, starting at the inner corner of the eyebrows. Circling along with the pads of your fingers, to the outer corner of your eyebrows. This is a good one to do especially if you’ve got sinus headache, as it can be quite tender across here. Keep massaging until that tenderness goes. 

And that’s it. That’s a really simple sinus drainage massage, to help clear blocked sinus and help with sinus headache as well. Thanks!

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I’m going to show you how to do a very simple signage drainage massage. Signage? Nope!

*My name is Bess, not Beth as it says in the subtitles. If anyone knows how to change that from an iPad please let me know!

This is my first ever volg, can you tell?! I don’t think it’s great, but it’s good enough. If I wanted it to be perfect it wouldn’t get published.

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