Simple ways to relieve nose congestion 

Stringer recommends running a humidifier or cool-mist vaporizer in your home or office to reduce nasal congestion. He says humid air soothes nasal tissues, reduces sinus irritation, and thins mucus, which helps it discharge.

Add Moisture to the Air 

Stringer says nasal irrigation using a neti pot helps release thick mucus, stimulate sinus drainage, and remove irritants, allergens, and viruses.

Try Nasal Irrigation

When you have a cold, does taking a shower make you feel better? Inhaling steam helps mucus escape, reducing sinus irritation and pressure, claims the Mayo Clinic. This can temporarily restore breathing.

Take a Hot Shower

Can cold-busting vitamin C relieve congestion and empty sinuses? "Vitamin C has been shown in some studies to shorten the duration of a cold and decrease symptom severity, but it doesn't affect congestion," Stringer adds.

Try a Natural Decongestant 

If congestion causes headaches or sinus pain, apply a warm compress to your nose and forehead. The Mayo Clinic says this can reduce nasal irritation and pressure and decrease pain.

Apply a Warm Compress

The Mayo Clinic recommends drinking plenty of nonalcoholic drinks to thin nasal mucus and help blocked sinuses discharge, albeit it won't bring fast relief.

Step Up Your Fluid Intake

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