Allergies lead to sinusitis
Sinusitis arises due to inflammation of bony spaces in the face If an individual exhibits dull and...
Sinusitis arises due to inflammation of bony spaces in the face If an individual exhibits dull and saddened with a slight swelling in certain portions of the face, it might be a case of sinusitis. Though it is a widely prevalent condition, most affected individuals are not even aware that suffer from it. Sinusitis happens due to the inflammation of the mucosa located in the sinuses, which are hollow, air filled cavities in the bones of the head and face. Their major function is to heat and moisturise the air that is taken up by breathing. Sinusitis arises due to the inflammation of the bony spaces in the face. Depending on the area in the face affected, it is classified as maxillary (cheek), erythmoidal ( between eyes), frontal (above eyes) and sphenoid (top of the head) sinusitis. The inflammation is caused due to the allergy, bacterial and viral infection, and even autoimmunity. Common causes of sinusitis are allergies (such as hay fever, cigarette smoke, and dry air, pollutants), Changes in the air pressure, infections from dental problems, obstructions in the nasal or sinus cavities, physical injury to the sinuses, bacteria, viruses and fungi. The symptoms of sinusitis are headache, lacrymation ( watering discharge of eyes), nasal congestion and blockage, heaviness in the head region and increased discharge from the nose. In severe stages, yellow thick discharged from the nose are released into the upper respiratory tract through the mouth, which even causes a foul odour in the mouth. This even gets carried to the lungs, leading to severe cough and bronchitis. In some cases, it can also lead to gastric disturbance. Based on the severity of the condition, sinusitis is classified as acute, subacute and chronic. In the acute stage, the sinusitis lasts for four weeks, in subacute, from four week still twelve weeks and anything beyond twelve weeks to three months is referred to as chronic sinusitis. This can be seen in the men and women of all ages and people who are sensitive to weather changes are more prone to be affected by sinusitis. Preventive care for sinusitis being washing your hands often, particularly after shaking hands with others, eating plenty of fruits and vegetables to keep your immune system strong, reducing stress. The occurrence of sinusitis is confirmed by X- Ray and CT Scan. Homeopathy offers a remarkable cure for this problem where the medicine given acts as an antibiotic against infection and thus addresses the symptoms. It not only treats the condition, but treats the way a person responds to it. Scores of patients have enjoyed a welcome relief from sinusitis, thanks to the excellent treatment facilities available at Homeocare International. Preventive care for sinusitis are washing your hands often to keep your immune system strong and reducing stress. Homeopathy offers a remarkable cure for this problem where the medicine given acts as an antibiotic against infection and thus addresses the symptoms.
20 Aug 2019 10:38 AM GMT