Cures Sinusitis -- Breathing Again
Sinusitis is the number one health complaint affecting millions of people each year in every country. In some cases people with sinusitis need antibiotics to clear up the infection, but chances are the condition will go away on its own within a week or two. Until then, get use to feeling as though your entire head is under water.
A stuffy nose is bad enough when sinuses that normally drain quite easily, do not. But when you have a cold or congestion due to allergies, the sinuses may even get infected, causing fever, headaches and an unpleasant tasting mucus that drips down the back of your throat.
A common cold may be the result of a viral infection, but usually resolves on its own. If your symptoms are prolonged and don’t improve after two weeks, your infection may be bacterial and you may already have sinusitis.
Having sinus problems for only a few days but too often means your living condition is a factor for your sinusitis. If allergens, pollens, dust particles, pet dander and other infectious organisms thrive in your area, you are very prone to respiratory illnesses such as sinusitis.
To cure frequent attacks you need to understand what your infection is all about. A number of cures largely depend on targeting the cause of them in order to relieve your bouts of sinusitis. After one or two bouts of sinusitis, you may be able to recognize the early symptoms of a sinus infection. Using steam to relieve nasal congestion at the first sign of a sinus infection may relieve your symptoms and prevent the need for antibiotics. At all costs, it is important that your lungs do not suffer as a result of prolonged sinusitis.
Esther Smith, author
Smith is one of those sufferers who now recognizes the start of a sinus
infection and takes quick action. Learn more about these signs and the steps to