How to get back the sense of smell and taste after a cold or sinusitis .. Treating the loss of sense of smell
There are many ways to restore the sense of smell and taste, and we will mention some of them in this article on the Cairo Times and quoting my family’s website.
You wonder how to restore the sense of smell and taste after a cold or sinus infection in natural ways and away from medication, in other words, you are looking for a treatment to lose the sense of smell? Follow if my family on this subject, which reveals to you all the information about the cold and the way to restore the sense of smell and taste naturally.
Symptoms of the common cold and cold are many and complicated, and the most prominent of which remains the loss of sense of smell and taste for a few days, which causes us to refrain from eating food. Is there a way to recover them naturally and quickly?
What are the symptoms of colds first:
Nasal throttling and obstruction
Feeling pain in the throat
Persistent sneezing accompanied by coughing
High body temperature
Feeling pressure in the sinuses and the ear
Ways to restore the sense of smell and taste!
First: I use a homemade brine and dripping it into the nostrils to lighten it, as there is a close connection between the sense of smell and taste.
Second: Drink lemon juice rich in vitamin C, which relieves nasal congestion and thus helps you regain your sense of smell and taste.
Third: Inhale the vapor, but from a distance to ensure that your skin is not exposed to combustion, as it was found that this method helps to treat nasal congestion and thus restore the sense of smell and taste.
Fourth: Drink boiled ginger tea after adding some drops of lemon juice to treat a stuffy nose and restore the sense of taste and smell.
Other reasons for losing the sense of smell!
It should be noted that the common cold is not the only reason for the loss of the sense of smell and taste, but there are other reasons, the most important of which are:
First: exposure to radiotherapy treatments, especially in the areas of the head and neck
Second: Permanent exposure to some harmful chemical pesticides
Third: Infection with some diseases related to aging, including Alzheimer's
Fourth: Taking antibiotics and medication permanently
Written by: Elissar Habib