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What is it like? Sinus Attack
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Sinus problem is the top most reason to pay a visit to the doctor. Let’s see what all club to give us a sinus attack Is it Sinus?
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Sinuses are air spaces in your skull lined with mucous membranes What are Sinuses, by the way?
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We have four sets of nasal sinuses: two frontal sinuses in the forehead above the eyes two maxillary sinuses, one inside each cheek bone ethmoid sinuses: a beehive of 18 to 22 cavities behind the bridge of the nose sphenoid sinuses, behind the nose and underneath the brain Spaces? How many?
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All of your sinus cavities connect to your nose to allow a free exchange of air and mucus. Infections or allergies make sinus tissues inflamed, red, and swollen. That's called sinusitis. What Is Sinusitis?
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Sinuses actually start with inflammation and irritation triggered by cold or allergy. Cold, allergies and irritants make sinus tissues swell The early symptoms
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stuffy nose Pain Pressure around the face or teeth. nasal discharge that may be yellow, green, or clear. fatigue, decreased sense of smell and/or taste, cough, sore throat, bad breath, headache, pain on bending forward, and fever. The later stages
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Inflammation of the sinus cavity that lasts for more than three months is chronic sinusitis
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Anatomy, allergies, polyps, immune deficiencies, and dental diseases may also cause chronic sinus problems. Causes of chronic sinusitis
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Nasal PolypsWhen sinuses remain inflamed, sinus membranes may thicken and swell. The swelling can be brisk enough to cause grape-like masses called polyps Polyps may protrude from the sinus into the nasal passage and partially or completely block the nasal airway.
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These sprays open swollen nasal passages and allow your sinuses to drain. But you should use these drugs only for a few days. After that, there's a kick-back effect, making your nasal passages swell shut again. Nasal Decongestants:Short-Lived Relief
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The common cold is a viral infection. Antibiotics do not treat viruses, so they won't help the sinus symptoms of a cold. No need for antibiotics
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Irrigation with saline solution, if your nasal passages aren’t blocked, can help clear Allergy-Related Sinusitis in a jiffy. Nasal Irrigation
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Generally, yellow or green mucus means a bacterial infection. Wait for 7 to 10 days, if the problem persists, see a doctor. When do you need a doctor?
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Treating Chronic Sinusitis: A hard nut to crack Chronic sinusitis is very difficult to treat. A first step is controlling predisposing factors such as eliminating environmental irritants. For symptom relief, doctors often prescribe nasal steroid sprays or antibiotics, but neither is proven to work in comprehensive studies.
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Sinusitis Complications: Worst-Case Scenarios If a sinus infection passes through the bone, it can infect the lining of the brain -- meningitis -- or even the brain itself. Both problems are life threatening. can also spread into the orbit of the eye, possibly causing blindness sinus infections can lead to potentially fatal aneurysms or infected blood clots.
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Keep sinuses moist -- use saline sprays or nasal irrigation often Avoid very dry indoor environments. Avoid exposure to irritants, such as cigarette smoke or strong chemical odors Preventing Sinusitis
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