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Sinusitis Infection. Say Goodbye to Sinus Headaches

Sinus headache usually occurs as a result of sinusitis, an infection causing the swelling and inflammation of the membranes that line the sinuses. These types of headaches though, are often confused with migraines or tension headaches. Changes in pressure are what ultimately initiates the sinus aggravation and if untreated the headache is what follows.

Although some people are naturally at risk for experiencing a form of sinusitis, there are some preventive measures to keep cases from becoming chronic, good hygiene being one of the most effective. Other actions include carefully managing allergies and preventing asthma attacks, treating cold symptoms immediately, using a humidifier to keep nasal passages clear, and avoiding cigarette smoke. We cannot be blamed if you find any other article resembling the matter we have written here about Sinusitis Infection. What we have done here is our copyright material!

Headaches associated with sinusitis usually have very distinctive signs and symptoms. The most common is pain and pressure across the forehead and cheeks and around the eyes. Nasal stuffiness and sometimes an achy feeling in the upper teeth also accompany this. Other symptoms include sore throat (which can be the result of a tonsil infection brought on by the dripping of infected mucus down the throat), fever and chills, facial swelling, yellow or green discharge, and fatigue.

There are two types of sinusitis, chronic and acute. Chronic sinusitis affects nearly 30 to 40 million Americans every year. It starts with the swelling of the mucous membranes in nodo sinusal and causes fluid to build up. This eventually plugs the cavity and stops normal mucus drainage. Acute sinusitis is the most common case and is usually cleared up in less than four weeks. If the condition recurs or lasts at least 12 consecutive weeks, the case is then chronic. We have included some fresh and interesting information on Sinus Headache. In this way, you are updated on the developments of Sinus Headache. Laughing



  • Most cases, the symptoms often appear as soon as you awaken and the pain may worsen if you lean forward or lie flat.
  • This is a factor that often confuses the sinus headache with a migraine.
  • Migraines may also be accompanied by some nasal symptoms like congestion, facial pressure and a watery, nasal discharge.
  • Migraines though, will have throbbing pain and you will also experience sensitivity to light or sound.



Sinus Infections are a Very Common but Highly Curable Condition that







  • Alternating between a hot and cold compress.
  • The hot compress should be applied for three minutes at a time and the cold compress for thirty seconds.
  • This should be done 2-6 times a day.



The sinus headache could have one or several triggers, including colds; allegheny college, dust or pollen; bacterial or fungal infections; problems with the immune system; or structural problems of the nasal cavity. People who suffer with asthma, have nasal growths or polyps, or have a disorder that affects the way mucus moves within the respiratory system, such as cyst in maxillary sinus, may be at higher risk to experience sinus headaches. Idea



  • Breathing moist air, whether through a humidifier, steam vaporizer or just a hot shower.
  • This begins loosening the backed-up mucous for nasal drainage.
  • It was our decision to write so much on Sinuses Causes after finding out that there is still so much to learn on Sinuses Causes. Rolling Eyes





  • Alternative medicine in the form of herbal treatments, such as the magnolia flower, angelica, mint, and chrysanthemum.
  • These treatments though, have not been scientifically confirmed.
  • It may take some time to comprehend the matter on Nasal Irrigation that we have listed here.
  • However, it is only through it's complete comprehension would you get the right picture of Nasal Irrigation.



Nasal irrigation through rinses and spray which help to shrink sinus membranes and increase drainage. -Over-the-counter medications with a primary ingredient of aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, naproxen or a combination of any decongestants and antihistamines may also provide relief. In difficult cases, nasal steroid sprays can be used. Embarassed



  • The key to treating sinus headaches is to reduce the swelling and inflammation of the sinuses.
  • You also want to facilitate backed-up mucous drainage.
  • For acute cases, there are steps that could be executed at home to provide relief:



Modern Living, Complex Health Problems

In our post-modern industrial polluted stress-filled bad-diet culture, no one's health is simple. We are plagued by complex long-term illnesses like lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, AIDS, even sinus problems... it may seem weird to you that I include sinus infections, but the root causes of sinus trouble can be quite complicated... Especially if they are long-term.

Decongestant Side Effects

Decongestants are often prescribed. They work by drying you out. Unfortunately, they don't just dry the mucus. Long-term use of decongestants can lead to other problems, like the dry or heat types of sinus inflammation.

Sinus Infection Symptoms

The classic acute sinusitis home care treatments for nasal congestion, green nasal phlegm, facial/dental pain, eye pain, headache, and a cough at night. Some patients also complain of fever, feeling ill, bad breath and a sore throat. Chronic sinusitis is more difficult to diagnose. You can have the same symptoms above in a milder form. Chronic means long-term; it's not usually thought of as chronic unless it's been going on for 2 months or more. Developing a vision on Sinus Inflammation, we saw the need of providing some enlightenment in Sinus Inflammation for others to learn more about Sinus Inflammation. Surprised.

Antibiotic Side Effects

When They're Wrong If the sinusitis hasn't responded to antibiotics, then either the wrong ones were prescribed, or you need to try another kind of treatment. Chinese Herbal Medicine can address the full spectrum of complaints and causes; we often treat the conditions which are not responding to conventional treatments like antibiotics. A woman wrote me about how antibiotics weren't solving her diarrhea problem- this can happen when the disease is cold in nature. Antibiotics are cold and bitter; these qualities help it fight the dampness and heat of bacterial infections. But they are more of the same damage when the disease is cold or deficient in nature. Acupuncture and moxibustion (the warming of acupuncture points) can also be effective; some people respond very quickly... results vary depending upon a number of factors (the acupuncturist's education, accuracy of diagnosis, frequency of treatment, and patient compliance with diet and lifestyle suggestions).

Cold and Deficient

If the mucus is clear or white, then it is more likely cold in nature. That fits with a Spleen-system deficiency and dampness. That would fit with the pulse she felt. You would have lowered appetite, feel fatigued, have loose stool, and possibly feel cold easily. Antibiotics wouldn't help here, doane college even make things worse. Developing a gradual interest in Sinus Inflammation was the basis for writing this article. On reading this, you will gradually get interested in Sinus Inflammation.

Serious Causes of Sinusitis, and Serious Solutions

For those with chronic sinusitis, tests need to be done to rule out the serious things. Sinusitis can be just a simple end-of-your-cold complication, but it can also show up as part of: nasal tumors, fungal infections, and HIV or other immunodeficiency. What about the sinusitis surgery? It works from 50-93% of the time... so it can be a great help if you're sick and tired of it, and nothing else has worked. but it's also a super-painful process! I would see an herbalist first.



  • Brian Carter has been making herbs and acupuncture fun and easy to understand since 1999 when he founded the Pulse of Oriental Medicine.
  • For more about sinuses, Sinus Infection Symptoms and Information.
  • Sinus play a prominent part in this composition.
  • It is with this prominence that we hope people get to know more about Sinus.



Brian is the author of "Powerful Body, Peaceful Mind:How to Heal Yourself with Foods, Herbs, and Acupressure." (http://www.pulsemed.org/bookpreview.htm) We tried to create as much matter for your understanding when writing on Fungal Sinusitis. We do hope that the matter provided here is sufficient to you.

Sinus Infection Causes

Sinus problems can be caused by many things- you have to think about environmental and food allergies (allergic sinusitis), chronic sinus infection, and chronic colds. Without more information, it's hard to be specific. Sinusitis often develops after colds, and can become a chronic problem. The sinuses are very small... one of our weak points, especially for people with weakened immune systems or in the presence of irritants (once again, pollution, allergens, etc.)... she probably asked about the farms and pesticides while she was thinking about the cause of your chronic sinusitis. Sinus are versatile as they are found in all parts and walks of life. It all depends on the way you take it Laughing

Antibiotic Overuse Problems

I hate to say it (because antibiotics are so great in some situations, and so popular overall), but antibiotics can complicate things even further - there are conditions that do not respond to them... and there are many situations in which they are not even indicated. Revision is very important when writing or speaking about a topic. We had a lot of drafting to do to come to this final product on Sinus Inflammation. Laughing



  • This is why, in Chinese Medicine, we always balance an herb with other herbs- if we are drying the phlegm, we also moisten at the same time.
  • Moisture helps the sinuses drain- you remember that Crocodile-Dundee-put-your-head-under-the-steaming-pot-thing?
  • Likewise, there are chinese herbs whose function it is to moisten and transform phlegm.



Physicians have over-prescribed antibiotics for years... they know it, there have been studies that show it, and as a profession they've moved away from that. But people still want to leave the doctor's office with a prescription, a magic-bullet. Of course, sometimes the issue is which antibiotic is the most appropriate one. They don't all work for everything. There is a vast ocean of knowledge connected with Sinus Problems. What is included here can be considered a fraction of this knowledge!

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