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Chronic Sinusitis and Sinus Natural Remedies and How

Chronic Sinusitis and Sinus Natural Remedies and How
by hunk75 » Sat Oct 01, 2016 11:53 pm

Chronic Sinusitis - Sinus Natural Remedies - How to Cure Sinus the Natural Way

Sinus infection plagues million of people in the world. A person's whole life style changes when he is suffering from sinusitis. He not only suffers physical change but also psychological change. Conditions that accompany sinus are nasal congestion, extended thick yellow nasal discharge or thin and clear discharge in mild cases, long-lasting front headache, and fever with a sore throat in some cases. There is a wide array of treatments and medications for sinusitis like allopathic medication, herbal, ayurvedic and Chinese as well. Many go in for natural remedies as it seem to more effective and the results are long lasting. Use of harsher drugs like antibiotics or steroidal prescriptions for a longer period can upset the body system.


Many of the natural remedies include using vaporizers, herbal cures, colloidal silver solutions, nasal sprays and supplements to boost the immune system. It has been seen that people who suffering from chronic sinusitis get good relief from natural remedies. Acupressure is also another natural remedy that helps relieve the sinus pressure and pain and it does not have any side effects.

The Immune System Gets Weakened Due to Prolonged Infection

In order to boost the immune system herbal medications like echinacea and golden seal are really helpful. Garlic and eyebright are also very helpful in fighting inflammation. Lozenges made from zinc taken at the onset of cold have proved to really helpful to many people. :D.

Now days many natural therapies like food therapy, hydrotherapy, juice therapy, reflexology, vitamin and mineral therapy and Yoga put to use cure sinus. The information available on Sinusitis is infinite. There just seems to be so much to learn about, and to write about on Sinusitis.

Colloidal Silver is Another Remedy Really Helpful to Cure Sinus

Silver can be used as a nasal rinse as it provides relief to many people who suffer with chronic sinusitis or it can be taken orally to improve the immune system. New medication in the form of oxygen supplement is becoming very popular. The supplement increases the cellular oxygenation which stalls the infection. The completion of this article on Sinus was our prerogative since the past one month. However, we completed it within a matter of fifteen days! ;)

Paranasal sinuses are air-filled sacs present within the bones of the skull and face. These sinuses are located on either sides of the nasal cavity. There are four different types of paranasal sinuses in humans depending on their location. These include frontal, ethmoid, maxillary and sphenoid. All these types of sinuses are connected with the nose through narrow channels called ostia. Paranasal sinuses are helpful in providing shape to facial bones. However, the most important function of paranasal sinuses is to act as a resonance box or a sponge and prevent echoes that may reverberate in the skull when a person speaks. Other important functions include proper circulation of air inside the skull providing an air-conditioning effect, making the skull light in weight and helping in pronouncing nasal consonants.

Inflammation in the mucous lining surrounding the nose results in formation of thick nasal discharge. When the infection spreads to sinus cavities, mucus is formed within the sinus that gets drained into the nose through narrow channels. As the mucus thickens, it blocks the sinus passage resulting in fluid and mucus accumulation inside the sinus, a condition termed as sinusitis. Sinusitis can occur as a result of an infection in the upper respiratory tract, dental sepsis or an ear infection. Other contributing factors include changes in atmospheric pressure, swimming, environmental pollutants, prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, a facial injury, allergies, asthma, nasal polyps, nasal deformities, cleft palate and adenoids.

Symptoms of sinusitis are nasal obstruction, swollen nasal passages, pain around the eyes and cheeks, thick nasal discharge that is yellow or green colored, facial swelling, puffiness around the eyes, and pus formation in the affected area, cold and cough with sore throat. Symptoms of sinusitis are predominantly present during early morning hours and gradually reduce in the afternoon. Also, conditions such as damp weather, sudden change in temperature and cough can aggravate sinusitis. Now that you have got to reading about Sinuses, don't you marvel at how ignorant you were about all the Sinuses? This is the main reason for us to write an article on Sinuses. :o.

The Only Question is, What Do You Have?

Is it a cold? Is it the Flu? Or do you have a sinus infection? It may sound strange, but many symptoms of the common cold or flu are also symptoms of an equally alarming infection of the sinuses. It is only through sheer determination that we were able to complete this composition on Sinus Infection. Determination, and regular time table for writing helps in writing essays, reports and articles. :D.

Sinus Infections are Also Called Sinusitis

Sinusitis is an inflammation or infection of the sinus cavities. It is estimated that in the United States alone, more than 30 million people are affected by sinus infections each year. The worldwide figure is surely much larger than this.

Your doctor will be able to give you an examination where he or she can listen to your symptoms and perform a physical examination on you. In some cases it may be necessary to have you undergo an MRI or a CAT Scan or possibly take some X-rays to determine what is happening inside your sinus cavities.

So What are Some of the Common Sinus Infection Symptoms Anyway?

The following list is not all-inclusive, but it is pretty close: Headache Fever Weakness or fatigue Cough Upper jaw and tooth ache Tenderness around the nose, forehead and cheeks Swelling and pressure around the eyes Ear ache and infection Runny nose Nasal congestion.

The Sinus Headache is Unique in It's Location

It primarily affects the face, but can also affect the entire top of the head if the sinus infection is left untreated too long. You can actually make the sinus headache hurt worse by pushing on your sinus cavities such as your cheekbones and forehead. I wouldn't recommend doing it though as the pain spikes severely and does not go back down for hours!

The Sinus Headache is Caused by a Sinus Infection or Sinusitis

Since there are several sinus cavities and locations, pain from a sinus headache diagrams be in all or just a few locations. Pain from the sinus cavities is felt in the cheek area, above and behind the eyes and top of the head. Getting on an antibiotic can give relief the next day. Failure is the stepping stone to success. So if you do fail to understand this article on Chronic Sinus, don't fret. Read it again a few times, and you are sure to finally get its meaning.

While waiting for your antibiotic to kick in and stop the pain, there are some things you can do to give relief from the sinus headache. Lie back and put a warm washcloth on your forehead, eyes and cheeks several times a day. Take aspirin, acetaminophen or ibuprofen also after making sure there will be no drug interaction with your sinus infection prescription. Use a hot steam vaporizer in your bedroom or lie down in the bathroom with the shower running on hot water. You can lie back in the tub with the shower running but I wouldn't recommend it as the pressure from the water hitting your face would cause the pain to be much worse. Developing a basis for this composition on Sinus Infections was a lengthy task. It took lots of patience and hard work to develop. :)

Is Important to Drink Lots of Liquids to Help Flush Out the Sinuses

Use a saline nasal spray a few times a day to try and open up the sinuses to help them drain faster. You may be quite nauseous from the sinus infection but do try to eat some soup and applesauce. You don't want to add a hunger headache on top of the sinus headache. Also sleep as much as you can. Sleep helps the body heal, and you can't feel pain when you're asleep! :)

Does this Happened to You?

You go to the doctor, because you do not feel well. You tell the doctor that you have facial pain and pressure, nasal stuffiness and discharge, cough and congestion, headache and fever, loss of smell, fatigue and bad breath. The doctor tells you, that you have sinusitis (sinus infection). He prescribes you an antibiotic and tells you to pick up a decongestant. You take all of the medicine. Only to have your sinusitis, come back in less than a week. The medicines that you get from the doctors, most of the time does not cause 96% of the sinus infections. If you want to stop sinus pain and cure it for good, then keep reading!

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Types of sinus infections:Chronic Sinusitis: is a sudden cold-like symptom such as a runny and stuffy nose, headache, facial pain and pressure, which does not go away after 7-10 days We have omitted irrelevant information from this composition on Chronic Sinusitis as we though that unnecessary information may make the reader bored of reading the composition. :o.


Sinus Infections (sinusitis): is inflammation of swelling, of the sinuses. Bacteria, viruses, and fungi can grow and cause an infection, filling the sinus with fluid. The fluid or infection is cause by colds, upper respiratory infections, allergic rhinitis, and deviated septum. We take pride in saying that this article on Swelling Sinuses is like a jewel of our articles. This article has been accepted by the general public as a most informative article on Swelling Sinuses.

Sphenoid Sinuses- Located Behind the Eyes

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To make sure that your body, will function properly for a long time. Start living healthy as soon a possible. Starting now, will help the body to fight off symptoms of many illnesses and diseases. Some factors can lead to an early onset of sinus infections (sinusitis) 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. Break-free from your debilitating sinus infection and invest in your happiness and well-being. Do not wait until your sinus infection is completely out of control. It is not necessary that only the learned can write about Sinus Pain. As long as one ahs a flair for writing, and an interest for gaining information on Sinus Pain, anyone can write about it.


Fever, cold, running nose, severe headaches, puffy face, nasal discharge are the main symptoms that you need to watch out for if you suspect that you are suffering from chronic sinusitis. The information available on Sinus Infection Treatment is infinite. There just seems to be so much to learn about, and to write about on Sinus Infection Treatment. ;)

Chronic Sinus is Also Known as Long-Term Sinus

It is by and large caused by fungal or bacterial infection. Generally, chronic sinus is cured with 2 or 3 different antibiotics. But even if this medication does not work out then you have got and consult your doctor on the future course of action. Chronic sinus, if left untreated, may possibly permanently damage the mucous membranes. The completion of this article on Sinusitis was our prerogative since the past one month. However, we completed it within a matter of fifteen days! :shock:

12 Top Natural Cures for Sinus Infection - Ways to Cure Sinus

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Your doctor diagnoses that you are in fact suffering from chronic sinusitis, he/she may prescribe antibiotics, analgesics to relieve you of the pain that you may be suffering from, nasal decongestants and inhalation of steam through vaporizers. In extreme cases, doctors may prescribe oral steroids. But use of oral steroids are said to have side effects and must be avoided. :D.

Chronic sinusitis symptoms in children: In children, chronic sinusitis symptoms are: frequent allergies, cough, headache, nasal discharge and facial pain, ear infections.