Trick #1: Apply pressure across your eyebrows
To clear the nose and the upper sinuses, you should boost the movement of the “stuck” fluid by applying pressure on the area across the eyebrows.
You should put the fingers at the beginning of each eyebrow, and lean forward so that your head rests on the elbows. After a couple of seconds, slide the fingers to the middle of the eyebrows.
Hold a bit and then move the fingers to the ends of the eyebrows, and hold a steady pressure or move the fingertips in tiny circles to stimulate the flow of fluid away from the forehead.
After a while, you will feel the pressure in the center of the head disperse.
Trick #2: Mini-Massage
The massage therapist Heather Wibbels claims that you can pull fluid from the head with the help of a few quick rubs. Yet, if you find this uncomfortable, cross the hands to make a V shape, and with the same pumping motion on the sides of the neck, release the lymph fluid.
The fingertip pulses, as well as this method, produce suction in the lymphatic system, which vacuums the fluid downward and removes it from the head.