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Acute Sinusitis


All of us have hollow cavities around the nose in the cheek bones called sinuses. They produce and send mucus into the nose through small channels. Inflammation of the lining of sinus blocking the normal drainage of mucus in the sinuses is known as Acute Sinusitis. Sometimes it becomes chronic lasting for months. The infection spreads to the space around the eye, into the blood and bones or even into the brain.


Symptoms of Acute Sinusitis

The common symptoms are blocked nose or and throbbing pain in the infected area. High fever may also develop for some. Difficulty in breathing through the nose and in some cases reduced sense of smell may also occur. Sometimes there is a runny nose with greenish or yellow discharge caused by the infected mucus or pus. When the thick mucus blocks the channels the pain and tenderness may worsen. Headache, cough, pressure in the ears, toothache and bad breath are other symptoms.

Causes of Acute Sinusitis

They are usually caused by infection; most common of them is frontal sinus, affecting the cheekbones. Allergies may cause inflammation and block the nasal passages. If the wall between the nostrils called septum is corked it may block the sinus passage. Growth of tissues called nasal polyps may restrict the nasal channels. Some other medical conditions like cystic fibrosis, HIV and other diseases may cause nasal blockage. Failure is the stepping stone to success. So if you do fail to understand this article on Frontal Sinus, don't fret. Read it again a few times, and you are sure to finally get its meaning.

Treating Acute Sinusitis

Normally there is no need for any treatment of this condition. The immune system will deal with the viral infection and the symptoms disappear within a week. If the symptoms do not clear within a week, antibiotics may be prescribed by doctors. Pain killers may be used for pain relief. Nasal sprays may help in clearing the congestion in the nasal passage. Traditionally acute sinusitis is treated with steam inhalation. A Warm shower is also advised for breathing in the moist and warm air. Applying warm and damp towels can ease facial pain. Developing a basis for this composition on Treating Acute Sinusitis was a lengthy task. It took lots of patience and hard work to develop.


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During my years of research for Earache prevention, I found that repeated allergies, sinus, and ear infections are the result of a "weakened immune system" mainly due to "antibiotic overuse." Antibiotics kill good and bad bacteria in the colon resulting in poor digestion and impaired absorption of nutrients. So even when I gave my son a healthy diet and vitamin supplements, he was still having chronic earaches and sinusitis, because he was not absorbing needed nutrients to keep his immune system healthy and strong.

Simple remedy is to supplement with Lactobacillus Acidophilus (friendly flora), which is a good bacteria that will repair the mucosa by replenishing the natural balance of friendly flora in the colon that the antibiotics has destroyed. For supplement info see link below.

IMPROVED DIGESTION AND ABSORPTION = BETTER NUTRITION = HEALTHY IMMUNE SYSTEM More information is available here: ***** I will also send you a free e-book about natural cures upon your request. Send request to: scott@natural-cures-ear-sinus-infections.com Quality is better than quantity. It is of no use writing numerous pages of nonsense for the reader. Instead, it is better to write a short, and informative article on specific subjects like Sinus Infections. People tend to enjoy it more.

This is because allergic kids usually have problems digesting proteins and lack 'protease', which is an enzyme needed for protein digestion. In addition, allergic kids have trouble removing the metabolic waste from protein digestion due to enzyme deficiency. Last and most important is the fact that milk products produce excess flem and mucous in throat and sinuses. We have used clear and concise words in this article on Sinuses to avoid any misunderstandings and confusions that can be caused due to difficult words. Embarassed

Addition to impaired absorption, antibiotics damage the mucosa (the inner lining of the small intestines) so toxins that should normally exit the body, get absorbed into the blood stream instead. Toxins in the blood stream can cause various allergic reactions such as hives, body aches, sneezing, itching, and a runny nose. Runny noses and fluid buildup provide the breeding ground for bacterial ear infections. It is always better to use simple English when writing descriptive articles, like this one on Sinus Infection. It is the layman who may read such articles, and if he can't understand it, what is the point of writing it?

Other Factors that Wear Down the Immune System are:

Stress Poor diet Lack of sleep Food allergies Food additives Food preservatives Environmental toxins Toxins from protein digestion This article on Sinus Ear was written with the intention of making it very memorable to its reader. Only then is an article considered to have reached it's objective.



  • Other helpful strategies include: Drink more water and eat more fresh unprocessed foods.
  • Get thirty minutes of exercise and sunshine each day. Shocked



The "Key" to "Nasal fungal infection cures" and "Earache Prevention" is to get the immune system healthy again by using natural antibiotics, eliminating toxins, and by improving digestion thus increasing absorption of nutrients. Once absorption is improved healthy food and supplementation is necessary to replenish the immune system. Achieving all this strengthens the immune system so the body can heal itself.

One of the Most Common Processed Foods to Eliminate is White Sugar

Excess dietary sugar is toxic to the body and promotes fungal infections in the gut, ear, nose and throat. Many chronic earaches and sinus doctor reviews are actually fungal infections. Instead use an All-Natural Sugar substitute that is safe for kids called Xylitol. In fact, Xylitol actually prevents infections. Keeping to the point is very important when writing. So we have to stuck to Sinuses, and have not wandered much from it to enhance understanding.

The goal to long-term healing is to get the immune system strong again. First, by improving digestion using natural digestive enzymes thus improving absorption of nutrients. Second, is to identify and remove allergens. Research shows that the vast majority of kids with chronic earaches & sinus infections are allergic to wheat, diary, and beef. So eliminating or reducing these foods will bring help bring healing. Alternative food choices are yogurt, soymilk, lactaid milk, rice, oats, and etc. Third, limiting or eliminating proteins from cow products and replacing them with easily digestible proteins such as yogurt, beans, and whey protein powder drinks. Protein powder drinks are chock full of essential and nonessential amino acids that do not need to be digested only absorbed, are very helpful because protein drink mixes are quick and easy to fix. Why should you eliminate cow proteins? We have taken the privilege of proclaiming this article to be a very informative and interesting article on Sinus Infections Com. We now give you the liberty to proclaim it too.

Short-Term Healing can be Achieved by:

Adding all-natural antibiotics in addition to your doctor's care. Natural antibiotics (colloidal silver) can be administered both topically (ear drops & sinus drain) and orally. My experience when using natural antibiotic eardrops is that ear pain is gone usually within an hour. Making a fresh juice cocktail of carrots, apples, beets, and spinach gives 'superior nutrition' and tons of antioxidants very quickly. Giving lactobacillus acidophilus to restore floral balance in the colon. We have used a mixture of seriousness and jokes in this composition on Sinus Infection. This is to liven the mood when reading about Sinus Infection.

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