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Chronic Sinusitis and Silver Spray Kills Super Bugs Quickly
by chris » Thu Sep 29, 2016 2:40 am

Chronic Sinusitis - Silver Spray Kills Super Bugs Quickly

Most of us go through cycles of 'colds' during the year, sometimes they require antibiotics and sometimes we're told they're viral; either way its not fun. Extended bouts of allergies, chronic sinusitis and lung infections are even worse. The sinus pills at the grocery store offer a little relief but they don't cure sinus infections and bronchitis. Now there is a treatment besides suffering, anti-biotitic treatments and painkillers.


One of the upsides to colloidal silver treatment is that it kills fungus; according to a recent mayo clinic study, most cases of chronic sinusitis are actually caused by fungus. The anti-fungal properties of the silver treatment are perfect for people with suppressed immune systems such as AIDS and CFIDS/FIDS sufferers as well as people with chronic fungal infections. It is not always that we just turn on the computer, and there is a page about Sinus Infections. We have written this article to let others know more about Sinus Infections through our resources.

  • Like all antibiotics , silver kills off good bacteria in the intestines and could build up in the body causing problems.
  • Fortunately there is a way around both of these side-effects.
  • The new sinus and lung spray form of colloidal silver doesn't enter your intestines and only takes a small amount to be effective.
  • This is because it goes directly to the problem instead of circulating throughout your body randomly.
  • It's fast and relatively cheap-a wonderfully simple way to home treat without a visit to the doctor.
  • The spray is available online at ***** Now while reading about Sinusitis, don't you feel that you never knew so much existed about Sinusitis?
  • So much matter you never knew existed. :shock:



There are different types of sinusitis: Acute Sinusitis a sudden onset of cold-like symptoms such as a runny nose, stuffy nose and facial pain that does not go away after 7-10 days. It lasts about 4 weeks or less. Reading all this about Sinusitis Acute Sinusitis is sure to help you get a better understanding of Sinusitis Acute Sinusitis. So make full use of the information we have provided here.

To make sure that your body, will function properly for a long time. Start living healthy as soon as possible. Starting now, will help the body fight off symptoms of many illnesses and diseases. Some factors that can lead to an early onset of sinus infections include a poor diet. Some diseases are hereditary, and you can still be at risk. By keeping healthy, you are helping your body, to be able to control the symptoms when they onset. Don't wait until your sinus infection is completely out of control. Break-free from your debilitating sinus infection and invest in your happiness and well-being. We did not write too elaborate an article on Sinuses as it would be then difficult for the common man to read it. We have written this article in such a way that everyone will be able to read and understand it!

The Sinus Clear Recipe will stop your suffering from clogged sinuses, which are causing you embarrassment and pain. Learn to stop the facial pain and pressure, cough, congestion, loss of smell, nasal discharge and stuffiness, headaches, bad breath, fatigue and dental pain.

Do You Have a Cough and/or Congestion?

Are you battling a fever, bad breath, fatigue, or dental pain? Sinus infections (sinusitis) are an inflammation or swelling, of the tissue lining of the sinuses. Normally, sinuses are filled with air, but when sinuses become blocked and filled with fluids, germs. Bacteria, viruses, and fungi can grow and cause an infection. Allergic rhinitis, nasal polyps, cold and deviated septum are some of the conditions that can cause the blockage. :idea:

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If you are desperate to cure your sinus infection, then you need The Sinus Clear Recipe. I guarantee within 7 days your sinus symptoms will disappear for good, with this remedy in your medicine cabinet. Learn how to cure your sinus infection here! Thinking of what to do upon reading this article on Sinusitis Acute Sinusitis? Well you can very well use the information constructively by imparting it to others. :idea:


Sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth are very spontaneous. They are caused by a fluid build up in the maxillary sinus. It normally occurs in the upper and back teeth. Dental pain can occur in any part of the teeth. A gum infection is normally called gingivitis.

Sinusitis in the maxillary cavity can be avoided by taking proper care of the teeth. Brushing twice a day, flossing regularly and periodic visits to the dentist can help in avoiding sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth. :idea:

Toothache or throbbing teeth due to sinus is similar to the toothache we have during other dental trouble. Cheeks become swollen or sensitive to touch in both cases. Sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth accompanied by other symptoms like a headache, runny nose, fatigue and fever are sure shot signs of a sinus infection.


Poor oral hygiene can cause bacteria to grow in the teeth and gums. The bacteria build up may cause the bacteria to enter the maxillary sinus. This can also result in a sinus infection. Proper care should be taken of the teeth and gums to avoid sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth.

Sinusitis is often mistaken as a common cold; whereas, a common cold is a problem of the whole upper respiratory system whilst sinusitis only refers to the inflammation of just the sinuses. ;)

The sinuses are cavities filled with air that are located in the nasal area. These can be inflamed when irritated. Sinus infection can be caused by inhalation or exposure to viruses, bacteria or fungi. We have included some fresh and interesting information on Sinus Infection Symptoms. In this way, you are updated on the developments of Sinus Infection Symptoms. :oops:

For extreme cases of sinusitis, usually surgical extraction is performed. One shouldn't hesitate when deciding to treat sinusitis because it is in your best interest that you treat your sinusitis immediately to help alleviate the pain it may be causing in the soonest possible time. ;)


Is important to choose your treatment based on the type of sinusitis you have. Congestion because of sinusitis can be reduced by inhaling steam to thin the mucus and spraying with nasal saline.

Sinusitis can also be classified by the part of the sinus it affects. Maxillary sinusitis affects the cheek area and causes headaches and toothaches. It was our decision to write so much on Frontal Sinusitis after finding out that there is still so much to learn on Frontal Sinusitis.


However, how is one to know if he or she has sinusitis? Well, some of the more obvious symptoms include runny noses, phlegm or mucus, cough, fullness of the facial features and bad breath. You also have sinusitis if your nasal congestion is not responding well to decongestants and antihistamines simultaneously with having some of the above mentioned symptoms.

There are about 3 popular forms of sinusitis characterized by the frequency they occur. The first would be acute sinusitis. A person has acute sinusitis if her sinuses are inflamed for about 3 weeks. If a person shows symptoms of sinusitis for about 3 months, then that person has acute sinusitis. But if a person experiences acute sinusitis non consequently then that person is considered to have recurrent sinusitis. We are proud to say we have dominance in the say of Inflammation Sinuses. This is because we have read vastly and extensively on Inflammation Sinuses. :idea:

Frontal sinusitis and ethmoid cause headaches in the frontal cavities which are located near the eyes. Sinusitis can be caused by many things. Viral infections, air pollution, like smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke, and allergies are just some of the elements that increase your chance of having sinusitis. The development of Sinus Infection has been explained in detail in this article on Sinus Infection. Read it to find something interesting and surprising!

To diagnose if you really have sinusitis, your doctor will either check your sinuses for tenderness by tapping or by shining a light to see if your sinuses are illuminated and clear. Other measures include taking samples by needle from your nasal area and having x-rays.

Simple Terms on What is a Sphenoid Sinus

It is also known as forgotten sinus because of the anatomical position of the sinus and the problems in identifying it. When the complications are higher, only then the disease is diagnosed. Having a penchant for Sinuses led us to write all that there has been written on Sinuses here. Hope you too develop a penchant for Sinuses!

Medication for What is a Sphenoid Sinus

If medication does not prove useful, surgery would respond immediately. Surgical treatment is done by opening the sphenoid sinus, demonstrating drainage and obtaining material for culture. Endoscopy and sphenoidotomy are also done. There are many approaches to it. External ethmoidectomy or transspectal approaches are also among them. The diagnosis is indicated for speedy recovery.


Sphenoid sinusitis is divided into two types chronic and acute. The chronic case is very common. The disease should be diagnosed early to cure it, else it develops rapidly. As the sphenoid sinus is interlinked with vital vascular, neurological and optic structures, the complication could be interconnected. Acute disease is asymptomatic.

Modern Living, Complex Health Problems

In our post-modern industrial polluted stress-filled bad-diet culture, no one's health is simple. We are plagued by complex long-term illnesses like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, AIDS, even sinus problems... it may seem weird to you that I include sinus infections, but the root causes of sinus trouble can be quite complicated... Especially if they are long-term. :shock:

Sinus Infection Causes

Sinus problems can be caused by many things- you have to think about environmental and food allergies (allergic sinusitis), chronic sinus infection, and chronic colds. Without more information, it's hard to be specific. Sinusitis often develops after colds, and can become a chronic problem. The sinuses are very small... one of our weak points, especially for people with weakened immune systems or in the presence of irritants (once again, pollution, allergens, etc.)... she probably asked about the farms and pesticides while she was thinking about the cause of your chronic sinusitis. :lol:

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Serious Causes of Sinusitis, and Serious Solutions

For those with chronic sinusitis, tests need to be done to rule out the serious things. Sinusitis can be just a simple end-of-your-cold complication, but it can also show up as part of: nasal tumors, fungal infections, and HIV or other immunodeficiency. What about the sinusitis surgery? It works from 50-93% of the time... so it can be a great help if you're sick and tired of it, and nothing else has worked. but it's also a super-painful process! I would see an herbalist first.

Antibiotic Overuse Problems

I hate to say it (because antibiotics are so great in some situations, and so popular overall), but antibiotics can complicate things even further - there are conditions that do not respond to them... and there are many situations in which they are not even indicated.

Decongestant Side Effects

Decongestants are often prescribed. They work by drying you out. Unfortunately, they don't just dry the mucus. Long-term use of decongestants can lead to other problems, like the dry or heat types of sinus inflammation.

Antibiotic Side Effects

When They're Wrong If the sinusitis hasn't responded to antibiotics, then either the wrong ones were prescribed, or you need to try another kind of treatment. Chinese Herbal Medicine can address the full spectrum of complaints and causes; we often treat the conditions which are not responding to conventional treatments like antibiotics. A woman wrote me about how antibiotics weren't solving her diarrhea problem- this can happen when the disease is cold in nature. Antibiotics are cold and bitter; these qualities help it fight the dampness and heat of bacterial infections. But they are more of the same damage when the disease is cold or deficient in nature. Acupuncture and moxibustion (the warming of acupuncture points) can also be effective; some people respond very quickly... results vary depending upon a number of factors (the acupuncturist's education, accuracy of diagnosis, frequency of treatment, and patient compliance with diet and lifestyle suggestions). We were a bit tentative when embarking on this project on Sinus. However, using the grit and determination we have, we have produced some fine reading material on Sinus.

Mold, Fungus, and Sick Buildings

And we can't forget about mold! While some people appear to be more sensitive than others, fungus can cause fungal sinusitis. This gets into the whole 'sick-building' topic... Mold can grow in the walls of houses and offices, and is not always easy to detect.

Cold and Deficient

If the mucus is clear or white, then it is more likely cold in nature. That fits with a Spleen-system deficiency and dampness. That would fit with the pulse she felt. You would have lowered appetite, feel fatigued, have loose stool, and possibly feel cold easily. Antibiotics wouldn't help here, and could even make things worse. Using the intuition I had on Sinus, I thought that writing this article would indeed be worth the trouble. Most of the relevant information on Sinus has been included here.

Brian is the author of "Powerful Body, Peaceful Mind:How to Heal Yourself with Foods, Herbs, and Acupressure." (http://www.pulsemed.org/bookpreview.htm) An idle brain, is a devil's workshop they say. Using this ideology in mind, we ventured to write on Chronic Sinus Infection, so that something productive would be achieved of our minds. :roll:

Sinus Infection Symptoms

The classic acute sinusitis symptoms are nasal congestion, green nasal phlegm, facial/dental pain, eye pain, headache, and a cough at night. Some patients also complain of fever, feeling ill, bad breath and a sore throat. Chronic sinusitis is more difficult to diagnose. You can have the same symptoms above in a milder form. Chronic means long-term; it's not usually thought of as chronic unless it's been going on for 2 months or more. Writing something about Sinus Problems seemed to be something illogical in the beginning. However, with the progress of matter, it seemed logical. Matter just started pouring in, to give you this finished product. :oops:

Learning how to treat sinus infection can depend on the severity of the sinus infection, If the mucus is foul-smelling, then the likelihood of the chronic sinus infection could be from a dental infection. Sinusitis often develops after colds, and can become a chronic problem. The sinuses are very small . The treatment of chronic forms of sinus infection treatments longer courses of drugs such as Augmentin and may require a sinus drainage procedure. This drainage typically requires a surgical operation to open the blocked sinus under general anesthesia . :oops:

Chronic sinus infection on the other hand can last a long time and can recur often. Chronic sufferers have reported good results following surgery. Surgery is performed to clean the sinuses and this is usually recommended for people with fungal infections. Then is chronic which usually last for 3 to 8 weeks, but also can be continued to months and even years.The Last one is recurrent which contains several attacks for a year.Find out more about how to treat sinus infection. The sources used for the information for this article on Sinusitis Pressure are all dependable ones. This is so that there be no confusion in the authenticity of the article. :D.

Chronic sinus infection follows persistent bacterial infection. In fact, some studies state that up to 80% of adults with chronic sinusitis also had allergic rhinitis. There is also an association between asthma and sinusitis. It was with great relief we ended writing on Sinusitis. There was just too much information to write, that we were starting to lose hopes on it's completion! :lol:

Clearly, if food-allergic reactions are causing you to experience nasal congestion and this is the main cause of a chronic sinus infection, you must identify and address your specific food allergens to experience lasting relief. Careful observation after each meal is the best way to identify your food allergens. More than 17 million Americans, including 5 million children, have asthma, a chronic lung disease that inflames and constricts the airways. Asthma patients have difficulty breathing and are often hospitalized. Acute and chronic sinusitis can cause pressure within the sinus cavities of the head, but this is associated with pain on palpation of the sinus area.