Updated: Jan 14
If you have allergies, you're more likely to have sinus problems. That's because the inside of your nose and sinuses often swell up when you breathe in triggers.
Sinusitis is an inflammation or swelling of the tissue lining in your sinuses.
Typically, as you breathe, your sinuses becomes filled with air; but when your sinuses are inflamed, germs and bacteria can cause an infection.
Sinus infections are very common, but the number of those who suffer from sinusitis is overwhelming. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 28.5 million adults are diagnosed with sinusitis each year.
Why do you get this infection in the first place?
It could be due to seasonal changes or allergies, but new studies have found that over 90 percent of people who suffer from chronic sinusitis were having immune reactions to fungal elements or infections in their nose (sinuses).
This can cause other infections within your body, causing more pain, fatigue and prolonging the cure.
Ways to get rid of it?
One of the best ways to get rid of sinusitis is to flush it out. You can use the Nasopure Nasal wash system which comes with 20 salt packets. Place the bottle tip in one nasal pathway, pour it through, and after liquid is emptied, blow your nose gently. Repeat on opposite side and as often as necessary until you feel your nasal pathway clear. I usually add a couple drops of citridrops to the bottle for best results.
To help keep symptoms at bay after using the nasal rinse, a nasal spray is recommended.
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