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Sinus: What Causes an Acute Sinus Infection or Sinusitis?:

Sinus: What Causes an Acute Sinus Infection or Sinusitis?:
by kenneth82 » Sun Oct 02, 2016 6:54 pm

Sinus - What Causes an Acute Sinus Infection or Sinusitis? - Nurse's Guide

You're wondering whether you have acute or chronic sinusitis I'll focus on what acute sinusitis is caused by in this article. Sinusitis also means a sinus infection. Sinus infections can cause a wide range of sinus symptoms, including coughing, sneezing, sore throat, pressure, sinus headache, even eye pain, tooth pain or jaw pain and other sinus problems. :shock:

People Who Have Acute Sinusitis Do Not Seek Out Sinus Surgery

In any case if you're trying to determine if you have acute sinusitis, this may give you some idea as to what is causing it. For me, just being around old dust and the exposure to the particles can cause it if I'm not careful. Perhaps they actually get up into my nasal passages enough to cause swelling. They can be irritating and start a sinus infection if not taken care of right away. I avoid it by relying on my natural avoiding sinus surgery with alternative treatments for sinus relief and got rid of my sinus problems for good. :)

Used to be Thought that Fungal Infections Did Not Cause Acute Sinusitis

But recent studies have shown that the rate of fungal infections is in the 90% range. Antibiotics will do nothing to help fungal infections. That is the major reason why antibiotics don't work for sinus infections since there goal is to target specific bacteria. Writing something about Sinus Surgery 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.

These organisms become trapped then the one quart of mucous that has to move through your sinuses every day can't get through and hardens causing acute sinusitis. An idle brain, is a devil's workshop they say. Using this ideology in mind, we ventured to write on Acute Sinusitis, so that something productive would be achieved of our minds.


People who have chronic nasal problems who find that their sinus membranes swell can get acute sinusitis due to the narrowing of passages and entrance of bacteria or fungi similar to those who get a cold.

Certain bacteria live in your nose, such as haemophilus inlfuenzae and Streptococcus pneumoniae. This is natural but when you blow your nose or sniffle, the changes in the pressure can cause the bacteria or fungus or whatever particles or organisms are in your nasal passages to go up into the sinus cavities. It's the opposite of what you would think normally - that blowing your nose would help get rid of the problems. Tests have shown that the bacteria, fungus and particles do indeed go up into the sinus cavities. :oops:

First of All Sinusitis is an Inflammation of the Sinus Cavities

There are four sets of sinuses and it can occur in any of them. Acute sinusitis can occur after you have a cold. Colds are caused by viruses. The result is that the sinus cavities become inflamed and you'll have symptoms of sinusitis but they'll get better on their own usually within 10-14 days. Opportunity knocks once. So when we got the opportunity to write on Sinus, we did not let the opportunity slip from our hands, and got down to writing on Sinus.