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Sinuses are hollow air spaces in the human body. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the nasal sinuses. There are four sets of open spaces within the bones of the skull that are part of the "plumbing" system of the head. There are sinuses about the eyes (frontal sinuses), to either side of the nose inside the cheekbones (maxillary sinuses), behind the bridge of the nose (sphenoid sinuses), and in the upper nose (ethmoid sinuses).
Each sinus has an opening in the nose for the free exchange of air and mucus, and each is joined with the nasal passage by a continuous mucous membrane lining. Sinusitis cases are divided in to three levels; acute which last 3 weeks or less, chronic usually last for 3 to 8 weeks but may continue for months even years, and recurrent which is several acute attacks within a year.
Symptoms of sinusitis can appear in one or more the four pairs of cavities or sinuses known as paranasal sinuses. Other symptoms of sinusitis are: headaches, nasal congestion that makes it difficult for you to breathe through your nose pain when your forehead over the frontal sinuses is touched, upper jaw and teeth ache, cheeks tender to touch, swelling of the eyelids an tissues around the eyes, pain between the eyes. Tenderness when the sides of your nose are touched, loss of smell and stuffy nose, earaches, neck pain and deep aching at the top of the head. Other symptoms of sinusitis can include fever, weakness, tiredness, chills, a cough that may be more severe at night, runny nose or nasal congestion and tooth pain.
Some causes of acute sinusitis is a viral or bacterial infection of the upper respiratory tract. When an infection such as a cold inflames and swells mucous membranes in your nose, they can obstruct the sinus openings and keep mucus from draining. As this drainage becomes blocked, it creates an environment in which bacteria and viruses trapped in the sinuses can grow. You may develop sinus obstructions and a susceptibility to sinusitis due to causes other than colds. They include: allergies, inflammation that occurs with allergies may block your sinuses and deviated septum. In this condition, the wall between the nostrils (the nasal septum) is crooked. This may restrict or block sinus passages, creating an environment for infections. Nasal polyps: these tiny growths of tissue may restrict the nasal passages, slowing drainage and allowing infections to grow. Dental problems: bacteria associated with dental infections or procedures can invade your sinuses. The blockages associated with sinusitis can become worse if you smoke or are exposed to air pollution, both of which can cause further irritation or inflammation.
Chronic sinusitis may be caused by small growths in the nose, injury of the nasal bones, smoking, and exposure to irritant fumes and smells. Allergic sinusitis can be caused by hay fever or food allergies (especially allergies to milk and dairy products).
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Nasal Rinse. (adults only) Mix 1 drop of Maximum GSE with 6 oz. of water. Use one full eye dropper of the mixed solution per nostril. Tilt your head backward and release the solution from the dropper into your nose. Swing head forward and down (head is now upside down) to force solution up into the nasal passages. Return head to the normal upright position and allow nasal passages to drain. Do not inhale through the nose during this process. Always dilute. See: Customer Comments Sinusitis.
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