Sinusitis Cures – More Help for Sinus Problems


Sinusitis is an infection within the sinus cavities of the skull. Symptoms range from person to person and case to case. There are a few different causes of a sinus infection, one of which is allergies. Sinusitis cures should be in prevention, because they can be difficult to cure once begun. Prevention can be in a number of ways.


First we will discuss ‘allergies’ that affect the nose, such as hay fever and indoor allergies like cigarette smoke, cleaning products, hairspray and other materials that cause the nasal membranes to swell in some people. This in turn blocks nasal passages which are the hollow spaces within the bones around the nose. Mucus, which would normally drain from the sinuses to the nose are blocked. Mucus then builds up and provides a fertile ground for ‘bugs’ to grow which leads to a sinus infection.


Try to control the amount of allergens that you know are annoying your sensitive nose. Ask family members to smoke outside and wash pets weekly if pet-dander is the cause of your allergy.


 You can control the indoor environment to prevent and cure sinus infections, such as dust mites which are known allergens and thrive in humidity. Aim for an indoor environment that is not too dry or humid because it can also encourage the growth of mold. Vaporizers can do wonders for a dry sleeping environment. Sinus sufferers should also look to ventilate their homes properly by making sure air ducts on your heating and cooling system are cleaned to prevent the buildup of dust and mold. And opening your windows whenever possible – but not on high-pollen days is also recommended.


Keeping yourself hydrated will keep sinuses functioning properly. Using salt water nasal rinses for your nose on a daily basis can help too. Your pharmacy can help suggest a saltwater recipe and show you a bulb syringe to purchase – then flush out your nasal cavities to clean mucus and debris.


It is a nuisance to be sure, but sinus infection is the alternative. Unfortunately, there are no sinusitis cures that are permanent. It just takes constant attention if this is your problem, but by controlling your environment and your body, decongestants will work better clearing up infections much sooner.


Esther Smith, author

Smith has taken all these steps to lesson her sinusitis, and when she does come down with a cold or flu, it is quickly cured. For more information for your sinusitis problems, go here: