HOMEOPATHIC TREATMENT OF SINUSITIS
Fall is a forthcoming season for Sinus infections. Sinusitis is the retribution of a long-term cold or allergy, which can
encumber proper nasal drainage. This clogging becomes a breeding floor for infection, which then irritates the sinus
lining to become inflamed, fill with pus and form scarring. There are eight sinuses, or air spaces, in the facial bones
and skull that are positioned behind the eyes, cheekbones, nose, and forehead. Each sinus is linked through a
nasal passage to serve air exchange as well as to drain mucus. Sinuses also impart resonance to our tone when
we speak. Sinusitis if not effectively treated, can advance to ear infections, bronchitis, or pneumonia.

Four types of Sinuses:
Maxillary Sinuses: These are the largest sinuses that are situated beneath the eyes. They are linked to the nasal
passage in a particular position that can make drainage difficult. Untreated cold and allergy can easily distress
these sinuses especially in children, causing pressure below the eyes, pain in the cheeks, gums, teeth and upper
Ethmoidal Sinuses: These sinuses are located between the eyes. When irritated these sinuses cause pain
between and behind the eyes, with blockage of nose and sensitivity to light. Diving, swimming or riding in cold wind
may provoke inflammation of these sinuses.
Frontal Sinuses: These sinuses are positioned in the forehead. When inflamed they can get tender and trigger
pain in the forehead with heaviness and puffiness above the eyes particularly in older people.
Sphenoidal Sinuses: These sinuses are placed in the midline of the skull, behind the nose and on swelling can
cause pain all over the head.

Cause of Sinusitis:
      Frequent colds.
      Rapid change in temperature.
      Excessive blowing of the nose.
      Change in pressure in an airplane or while swimming.
      Nasal allergies.
      Nasal Polyps.
   Nasal septum deviation.
   Large adenoids and tonsils.
   Abscessed or inflamed tooth.
   Fungal, viral or bacterial infections.
   Injury to nose or facial bones.
   Asthma.

Symptoms of Sinusitis:
   Runny and stuffy nose.
   Pain and pressure in the face and head.
   Puffiness around the eyes.
   Yellow or green discharge from the nose or down the back of the throat.
   Wet cough.
   Bad breath.
   Nasal speech.
   Fever.
   Toothache and jaw pain.
   Reduced sense of taste or smell.
   Fatigue and weakness.
   Neck stiffness.
   Depression.

Homeopathic approach to Sinusitis:
Homeopathy is strongly indicated in all cases of Sinusitis. Homeopathic treatment en routes for rejuvenating one’s
immunity towards such attacks. A constitutional Homeopathic treatment can completely cure the chronicity and
recurrence of this disease. Homeopathic remedies facilitate drainage of mucus relieving sinus congestion, reduces
inflammation in the sinuses, relieve pain and pressure by clearing the infection. It also prevents the formation of
scar tissue and avoids permanent damage to the tissues lining the nose and sinuses. The constitutional approach
enhances the vitality of the patient and eliminates the entire allergic predisposition hence impeding recurrent
infections. Homeopathic treatment is safe and effective for both children and adults. Homeopathy can be an
exceptionally successful approach in decreasing susceptibility in acute and chronic infections, as well as in treating
the infection itself. The Homeopathic constitutional approach always considers the illness in the context of the
whole person taking into account the mental, emotional, physical symptoms and the circumstances surrounding
their lives. Its purpose is balance and harmony on all levels by enhancing the body’s own defenses. Homeopathic
remedies are natural, gentle, safe and easy to take, are regulated by the FDA and prepared according to the
Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States.

Self-Care measures for Sinusitis:
   Manage your allergies and keep away from known allergens.
   Avoid exposure to cold air.
   Reduce stress.
   Steam inhalation.
   Drink plenty of fluids.
   Use appropriate hygiene measures and avoid contact with people who have colds and other viral upper
    respiratory infections.
   Avoid cigarette smoke in your home and workplace.
   Consider using a humidifier.
   Use saltwater nasal washes to help keep the nasal passages open and wash out mucus and bacteria.
   Warm salt water gargles.
   Avoid blowing your nose as this may force thick mucus back into your sinuses and block them.
   Walk in open air.

Hence, discover a natural way to cure Sinus infection by considering Homeopathy. Recuperate the radiance of
good health and breathe freely through your nose again with the help of Homeopathic treatment.

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