Change Your Sleeping Habits to Help Post Nasal Drip

By - Bad Breath Expert

Posted: January 30, 2013

When you re suffering from a stuffy nose and it becomes harder to breathe, you may not get good sleep, either. Even if you are feeling peachy during the day, once you hit the hay, symptoms can often get worse. To get a great night s sleep, here are a few tips to fight against post nasal drip. Drink hot tea before bedtime Sipping on some chamomile - or whatever nighttime tea you prefer - can help you get a good night's sleep. Drinking hot tea with lemon and honey will help post nasal drip to go smoothly, and it helps soothe the throat, to so it isn t irritated throughout the night. If you are suffering from bad breath, sipping tea regularly will help freshen your breath as well. Preventing bad breath begins with hydration, and non-caffeinated tea can be a great solution.
Prop yourself up When you re sleeping, prop your head up with several pillows so that you can breathe more easily and the mucus will be able to drain down the throat. If you have an adjustable bed, lifting it up slightly could do the trick. If you are lying flat, the blood vessels in the nose stimulate mouth breathing, which can also lead to bad breath.
Put a pillow under your stomach Instead of putting a pillow under your head, you could also try putting one under your stomach to help better align your body. Your neck will stay flat, which will help prevent nasal inflammation and allow for easier breathing. Pick a side, any side Sometimes, lying on your side can really help clear post nasal drip. A lot of us normally toss and turn during the night, but if you can try to stay in the same position throughout your sleep, it may be beneficial.
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