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Question: How to get relief from blocked nose

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Answer: 1. Massage from inner side of eyes down towards nose. 2. Put little pressure with fingers on sinus points, eyebrows 3. Take steam twice a day, add Vicks or eucalyptus oil. 4. Keep some camphor in handkerchief, smell it frequently. If still not clear, check with gynac for any medicines
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