5 Home Remedies for Postnasal Drip

Improve Your Environment
  • Keep the humidity high and stable in your house by keep a kettle of water on low boil.
  • Away with allergens. If cat dander tends to make your mucus start multiplying, it's logical that you can avoid postnasal drip by avoiding that allergen. If you're not sure what allergies aggravate your nasal passages, do a little detective work and find out.
  • Skip the smog. Smog contains known nasal irritants. Check your newspaper for news on air quality for the day and try to stay indoors as much as possible on bad days.
  • Skip the smoke, too. Secondhand smoke can have just as bad an effect on your throat, sinuses, and nasal passages as firsthand stuff does.

To see all of our home remedies and the conditions they treat, go to our main Home Remedies page or view Home Remedies for Colds to learn more.