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Watery Eyes Sinusitis, What is Sinusitis?
« on: August 13, 2016, 11:43:39 pm »
Watery Eyes Sinusitis - What is Sinusitis?
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Sinusitis is the proper medical term that is used for a sinus infection. Sinuses are spaces in our bones that are filled with air. This sinuses are located between our eyes. When you suffer from a sinus infection, your sinuses become infected or inflamed. Because when you suffer from a sinus infection, your sinus openings may be clogged, bacteria can also get trapped.

So as you can see, there can be two cause of a sinus infection: a virus or a bacteria. However, both bacteria and viruses together can cause a sinus infection. A sinus infection can be of two type: acute or chronic. When you have a sinus infection many times each year and the period of this sinus infection is long, then you have the chronic type of sinus infection. On the other hand, if you have a sinus infection less than three times every year and the duartion of the sinus infection is smaller then one month, then you probably are suffering from the acute form of sinus infection. The acute form of a sinus infection, acute sinusitis is a very common illness. This type of sinus infection is the result of an infection in the upper part of your respiratory system. The inflammation of the sinus, which can lead to a sinus infection can be triggered by many different factors. Some of these sinus infection factors are:  - an infection with a virus, like the cold;  - allergies and pollutants that are found in the air can also be the cause of a sinus infection;  - the passage of your nose may be narrowed or you might suffer from a dental infection, which in turn may trigger the sinus infection; Did you ever believe that there was so much to learn about Www Sinus Infection? Neither did we! Once we got to write this article, it seemed to be endless.

  • To diagnose a sinus infection at it' s beginnings can be a difficult thing, because a sinus infection at this point will be very similar to a cold.
  • We worked as diligently as an owl in producing this composition on Chronic Sinus.
  • So only if you do read it, and appreciate its contents will we feel our efforts haven't gone in vain.
There are Many Symptoms for the Acute Type of Sinus Infection
Headaches, the congestion of your nose or pain in the face can all be symptoms of a sinus infection. Some sinus infection symptoms that you might have could also depend on which sinus is affected. If the sinus infection has affected the frontal sinuses, then you will experience pain in your forehead, as a sinus infection symptom. This pain will also get even worse if you try to lay on your back. Maxillary sinusitis is another type of sinus infection that will have particular symptoms. You will feel pain in your cheeks and especially under your eyes if you have this particular sinus infection. Go ahead and read this article on Maxillary Sinusitis. We would also appreciate it if you could give us an analysis on it for us to make any needed changes to it.

For chronic sinusitis sufferers, the discomfort of sinusitis doesn't just come seasonally; it's a constant distress they have to battle all year round. But with today's latest technological breakthroughs, finding cures for ailments and diseases like sinusitis has never been easier. A variety of home-based and medical sinus treatments have been discovered, tested, prescribed and are available in the market. So how do you treat sinusitis? Here are some ways.

Mucus-Thinning Drugs
As the name suggests, physicians may prescribe this kind of drug for treatment of acute sinusitis. Mucus-thinning drugs, also known as mucolytic agents, work by loosening and clearing up the airways by dissolving thick mucus. These are available in tablet or inhaled form. The inhaled form is taken through a nebulizer. The initial stages of this article on Nasal Congestion proved to be difficult. However, with hard work and perseverance, we have succeeded in providing an interesting and informative article for you to read.

Antibiotics  If your sinusitis is caused by bacteria or other related infectious organisms like fungi and parasites, doctor-prescribed antibiotics are helpful. It is recommended for you to see a doctor and have your sinusitis checked so that the most appropriate antibiotic may be given. Physicians consider several factors before choosing an antibiotic. These factors include the type of bacteria causing the infection, potential resistance of the bacteria, results of sinus culture (if available) and patient allergies. You may be inquisitive as to where we got the matter for writing this article on Sinus Treatment. Of course through our general knowledge, and the Internet!

Nasal Saline Washes
Washing the nose is highly effective in reducing colonization of the nose by bacteria and fungi. It also cleans dried mucus from the nose. You can do nose washing by using an irrigator or a bulb syringe filled with saline solution. The device is then placed within the nostril without occluding the nose and is directed towards the inner margin of the eye. The head is leaned over a sink so the irrigator could passively drain from the nose or mouth. If done properly, there should be no pain in doing the whole procedure. Inspiration can be considered to be one of the key ingredients to writing. Only if one is inspired, can one get to writing on any subject especially like Chronic Sinusitis Treatment.

The Length of Time for Sinus Treatment is Variable
For acute sinusitis, it usually lasts 10 to 14 days. Some doctors however, recommend treatments for as little as 3 days. If you have chronic sinusitis, treatment duration could be longer, usually lasting from 4 weeks up to 12 weeks. The value of this composition is achieved if after reading it, your knowledge on Sinus is greatly influenced. This is how we find out that the meaning of Sinus has really entered you!

Nasal Steroids
Nasal steroids are helpful in reducing sinus swelling, mucus production and nasal congestion. An ideal nasal steroid should be easily administered and must be directed into the nose. It should not be harmful to the nasal mucus membrane and it should be compatible with normal nasal functions. As with all the other treatments, patients should always consult their doctors first. We have omitted irrelevant information from this composition on Sinus Swelling as we though that unnecessary information may make the reader bored of reading the composition.

Sinusitis can be explained as a condition in which a person experiences severe and acute inflammation in the air-filled cavities present inside the human skull. Sinusitis may attack people of any age and sex. Children suffering from chronic disease like pain in ears, cold, and other viral diseases are prone to sinusitis. Asthmatic patients are also at higher risk of sinusitis.

  • Make the air in your home more moist.
  • Inhale steam for immediate relief, take a hot water shower.
  • Drink lots of liquids, at least 8-10 glasses of water everyday.
Put couple drops of sesame oil (available at grocery stores and oriental markets) into your nostrils twice daily.        Massage your face - with your eyes closed, use your fingers to wipe circles from your forehead down past your nose to your jaw, then back up over the temples to your forehead again. Repeat 10 to 20 times, then go in the opposite direction.

  • Boil a teaspoon full of mustard seeds and in a glass of water until the water content reduces to half.
  • Allow it to cool a little.
  • With the help of a dropper, put 3-4 drops in the nose. :)
Grate Fresh Lotus Root, Mix It With Grated Ginger and Unbleached White Flour
Apply the mixture directly to the skin. You can leave this for several hours or overnight. Repeat for a week or more till you get relief. This is mixture is quite effective dispersing and moving stagnated mucus. There could be watery discharge from the eyes or nose. If you find anything extra mentioning about Sinus, do inform us. It is only through the exchange of views and information will we learn more about Sinus.

Cumin Seeds are Also Used in Curing Sinusitis
Take a teaspoon of cumin seeds in a perforated cotton cloth. Inhale the cumin fragrance.        Cinnamon seeds are very effective in curing sinusitis. Take 1-2 teaspoon of cinnamon powder; add a little amount of water to it. Apply this paste over the head and nose. :)

  • Cumin Seeds: A teaspoon of black cumin seeds tied in a thin cotton cloth can provide relief when inhaled.
  • Vegetable Juices: Carrot juice in combination with juices of beet and cucumber, has been found beneficial in the treatment of sinus trouble.
  • Fenugreek        Another effective home remedy for sinusitis is the seeds of fenugreek.
  • You can prepare a tea by boiling one teaspoon of the fenugreek seeds in two hundred and fifty milliliters of water till it has reduced in half.
  • This will help the body to produce perspiration, shorten the period of fever once it has reached the acute stage of the disease and dispel toxicity.
  • You can take up to four cups of this tea on a daily basis.
  • As your condition improves, you should reduce the quantity that you use.
  • Get more familiar with Sinus once you finish reading this article.
  • Only then will you realize the importance of Sinus in your day to day life.
  • Use saltwater nasal washes (saline lavage or irrigation) to help keep the nasal passages open and wash out mucus and bacteria.
  • You can purchase saline nose drops at a pharmacy or make your own saline solution at home.
  • It may also help to gargle with warm salt water by using one teaspoon of salt per pint of water.
  • We have gone through extensive research and reading to produce this article on Sinus.
  • Use the information wisely so that the information will be properly used.
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  • The liberal use of mangoes during the season is considered an effective remedy for prevention and treatment of sinusitis.
  • Mangoes contribute towards formation of healthy epithelium, thereby preventing frequent attacks of common infections like sinusitis.
  • This is attributable to a high concentration of vitamin A in the fruit.
  • We wish to stress on the importance and the necessity of Sinus through this article.
  • This is because we see the need of propagating its necessity and importance!
People usually think of a cold when having those regular symptoms; hardly when the headaches become unbearable they see a doctor and find out they suffer from sinusitis. Although sinusitis only means an inflammation of the sinus cavities, the symptoms are always worse than you expect and people spend millions every year trying to relief the symptoms.

  • Viruses, bacteria and fungus colonize our bodies without harming them.
  • When the body is weaken and in our case, sinuses are blocked, they become aggressive and can produce acute sinusitis.
Sinuses are small air cavities located around the nose, known as Para nasal sinuses, situated inside the head bones. The frontal sinus lies right up the eyes in the brow area, the maxillary sinuses are inside the cheekbones, the ethmoid sinus is localized between the eyes and behind it, and the sphenoid sinus lies behind the eyes in the upper region. Quality is better than quantity. It is of no use writing numerous pages of nonsense for the reader. Instead, it is better to write a short, and informative article on specific subjects like Sinus Infection. People tend to enjoy it more.

Larynx Irritation Because of the Mucus Drainage to the Back of the Throat
Bacteria and viruses entering the nasal passages with the breathe air cause most of sinusitis cases. The human body reacts against colds and flues caused by these organisms by secreting a higher quantity of mucus which will eventually be trapped inside the sinus cavities together with air. Immunity cells called leucocytes get there firs and cause the nasal congestion and the swelling of the membrane lining. When the nasal passages are blocked, infection develops as bacteria specific to the respiratory tract multiply and become destructive. We have used clear and concise words in this article on Www Sinus Infection to avoid any misunderstandings and confusions that can be caused due to difficult words.

Every sinus cavity is connected with the nasal passages through a membrane layer which can get inflamed, and with the nose for air and mucus exchange. Inflammation together with sinus obstruction and secretions blocked inside the sinuses lead to an increased pressure and to the apparition of powerful headaches. Sinus attacks can also be caused by the swollen membrane that blocks air from going into the air passages.

General Symptoms of Sinus Inflammation are:
1. Fever  2. Nasal congestion or runny nose  3. Loss of physical strength  4. Bad cough attacks especially at night It is always better to use simple English when writing descriptive articles, like this one on Sinus Inflammation. It is the layman who may read such articles, and if he can't understand it, what is the point of writing it?

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**** Sinuses - Book Review of "Sinus Relief Now" by Dr. Jordan Josephson-Part 2
Regarding surgery, Dr. Josephson was a pioneer in the procedure called FESS (Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery) which is now considered state of the art.  This procedure uses an endoscope for both a diagnosis as well as during the surgical procedure.  This gives the surgeon an excellent view of the area being worked on, and thus there is less bleeding, more accuracy, and packing is rarely necessary, which is very important.  He says many of his patients simply go home and go to work the next day.  I would have liked him to comment about endoscopic surgery using lasers as well, but he didn't make mention of that technique.  People have told me that this laser procedure worked exceptionally well for them.  Dr. Josephson is obviously totally committed to FESS, however, and with the micro tools he uses, he apparently is able to keep bleeding and pain levels low for patients, as is the case for endoscopic laser surgery.  He also makes no comments about a new surgical procedure called sinuplasty, which is similar in concept to angioplasty.  I would certainly like to hear his opinion of that new procedure.

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  • A clean living environment is also stressed, and the book has motivated me to break out the bleach bottle and give our bathroom the once over.
  • Molds can apparently grow very rapidly on wet items, so one should be careful about having wet clothes or rags lying around, for example.

He wrote at length about new research developments, especially the remarkable work done by Mayo Clinic researchers regarding the effects of fungus on sinusitis.  Although the results are still somewhat controversial, this team has shown that an atypical immune response reaction to fungus in certain people to common fungus might be the root cause of sinusitis.  The theory is growing in popularity and new topical anti-fungal medications are being developed. The first impression is the best impression. We have written this article on Chronic Sinus in such a way that the first impression you get will definitely make you want to read more about it!

Also included in the book is a discussion about the validity of alternative therapies, like acupuncture, holistic medicine, and chiropractic, for example.  I think this is useful, and in fact a niece recently told me she had acupuncture treatments for her sinus problems and she was excited about how much better she felt. The facts on Chronic Sinus mentioned here have a consequential impact on your understanding on Chronic Sinus. This is because these facts are the basic and important points about Chronic Sinus.

The Five Step Plan that Dr
Josephson recommends is presented at the end of the book.  The steps are:  1. Take care of your sinuses through proper irrigation. We have included the history of Sinus here so that you will learn more about its history. It is only through it's history can you learn more about Sinus.

He emphasizes that eating the right foods can make a big difference, but he isn't totally dogmatic about it.  I was turned off once by another book in which the author stated that one must simply give up certain foods if they wanted to get over sinusitis, and these included cheese, chocolate, wine and all other alcoholic beverages, among other things.  For a person like me who lived for several years in France, this would be unbearable.  I might mention that for a French person it would be unthinkable. Don't be surprised if you find anything unusual here about Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery. There has been some interesting and unusual things here worth reading.

There has been a lot of progress made in the treatment of sinusitis in the past 5-10 years, and Dr. Josephson's book puts it together and brings us up to date.  'Sinus Relief Now' is certainly a great reference for anyone with CAID problems.  There are descriptions of just about every medication used in any of the treatments, both prescription and OTC.  I learned several things I didn't know before.  For example, I didn't know that antihistimines are only effective against allergies.  I thought they would simply prevent excess mucus forming in any case.  Also, Dr. Josephson feels that decongestants should not be used long term but only for a week at a time as he believes they can cause problems if used for long periods.  In general the book is almost a reference work for any type of respiratory or digestive condition.   All sinus sufferers would do well to read 'Sinus Relief Now' and then to refer to it any time problems come up.  It is the best sinus book I've ever read. Having a penchant for Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery led us to write all that there has been written on Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery here. Hope you too develop a penchant for Functional Endoscopic Sinus Surgery! ;)

After many years of being subjected to various types of sufferings propelled by sinusitis without knowing what to do in order to end this situation, people can now use the numerous sinusitis treatments available to treat this health condition. Sinusitis is the inflammation of a person's sinuses usually caused by living organisms such as viruses, bacteria or fungi present in the respiratory tract. Allergens including, dust, pollen, mold and many others that can make the body experience allergic reactions which may lead to sinusitis are also among the causes of this terrible condition. Once infected by this disease, your body starts experiencing severe headaches, fever, nasal congestion due to accumulating mucus and finally difficulty in breathing. For an advanced case of sinusitis, the patient may not find it possible to notice any form of smell or odor coming from substances. ;)


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Order to treat sinusitis, several forms of treatment are used and among them is the medicinal form of treatment. This approach requires the patient to visit a doctor in order to be properly diagnosed after noticing some sinusitis symptoms. After the doctor conducts the diagnosis and has known all that there is to know about the disease, he will be in a better position to prescribe to you the proper course of treatment that best suits you. This treatment may include taking of medicine such as antibiotics including the Amoxillin or other therapeutic measures that the doctor may recommend to you. For this form of treatment to work effectively, the prescribed treatment needs to be administered in accordance with the doctor's instructions or else you may never get to cure your sinusitis condition even when you take the right medication. This can occur due to the fact that, by you not following instructions, the medication may in turn make the infectious microorganisms more resistant towards the drugs instead of being killed. ;)

For sinusitis caused by structural abnormalities such as presence of polyps in adults and having adenoids in children, surgery is usually the most preferred type of treatment. Surgical sinusitis treatments always aim to remove both of these abnormalities from the respiratory tract in order to make the breathing process easier for patients and ultimately end the suffering. When the surgeries are rendered successful, there is usually a high possibility that the patients may never again suffer from this health condition all their lifetime. However, follow up check ups should always be done in order for the doctor to detect any signs of a recurrence early enough and be able to treat it promptly.

Another form of treatment that is considered to be among the sinusitis treatments is the use of home remedies. This approach sometimes includes using sea water to provide treatment. When sea water enters the nostrils, it comes into contact with these microorganisms. Once this happens, the salt in the sea water drains all water molecules from these organisms through a process referred to as osmosis since many of these organisms are unicellular. This way, the bacteria ultimately die and in the process, sinusitis gets cured. In order for one to use this form of treatment, you are required to simply take a swim in the ocean and automatically, the water will enter on its own as you swim. Otherwise, you may be forced to use a dropper to insert the sea water into your nostrils a method considered to be dangerous since the water may take a wrong turn and enter the wind pipe and make you choke in the process. Drinking of hot liquids throughout the day is believed to be another home remedy that helps to treat sinusitis. Frequent drinking of hot drinks such as hot chicken soup will help to moisturize the cilia found in the nostrils. This way it helps them to increase the pace of their movement something that will go along way in helping the cilia wash away any content of mucus in the nostrils hence treating the infection in the process.