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Sweeten the Sinuses to Cure Sinusitis

To some the phrase,' sweeten the sinus to cure sinusitis', may sound like a clich'. But seriously grandma's cough medicine also has the capacity to treat sinusitis. Honey has been used for medications and treatments since ancient times. Apart from its taste, it is because of its medicinal properties and healing power that bees safeguard it and bears love them. A spoon of honey will soothe your throat from sore throughout the winter season. '

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Joseph G. Marsan, honey has been used as an anti microbial dressing for infected wounds in traditional medicine. In the study it was found that ordinary honey has the capability to kill bacteria the common causes of sinus infection much better than an antibiotic. The study further revealed that certain honeys are very effective for getting rid of the biofilm. The presence of anti microbial properties is much superior to those anti microbial used in antibiotics. We hope you develop a better understanding of Sinus on completion of this article on Sinus. Only if the article is understood is it's benefit reached. Rolling Eyes

The United States, Up to 1 Billion Cases of Sinusitis Have Been Reported Every Year

Out of which 14-16% of the total US do you suffer from these sinus infection symptoms?. The disease is very common among the women. About 90% of those who suffer arizona state university downtown phoenix campus sinus abnormalities. However, timely diagnosis of the sinusitis will be helpful in treating it. The treating therapy includes getting rid of the infection and inflammation. The title of this composition could be rightly be Nasal Congestion. This is because what is mentioned here is mostly about Nasal Congestion.



  • Recent researches have shown that honey is a good source of treating sinusitis especially chronic rhinosinusitis.
  • The medicinal properties in honey have the capability to kill all sorts of bacteria especially the drug resistant biofilm.
  • The biofilm is a coating, which protects the bacteria; and has been responsible for almost all the chronic infections.
  • The study was conducted to determine the affectivity of honey to these biofilms. Idea



Though honey has been using in homeopathic medicines to treat wounds, this recent study may hold clinical implications for the treatment of sinusitis. The researches are looking forward to conducting the experiments on animal before finally testing on humans. The findings have shown that honey can be used in the management of the chronic infections that are difficult to treat. However, the dilemma how honey would be used clinically still continues to linger.

Paranasal Sinuses are Air-Filled Sacs Present Within the Bones of the Skull and Face

These sinuses are located on either sides of the nasal cavity. There are four different types of paranasal sinuses in humans depending on their location. These include frontal, ethmoid, maxillary and sphenoid. All these types of sinuses are connected with the nose through narrow channels called ostia. Paranasal sinuses are helpful in providing shape to facial bones. However, the most important function of paranasal sinuses is to act as a resonance box or a sponge and prevent echoes that may reverberate in the skull when a person speaks. Other important functions include proper circulation of air inside the skull providing an air-conditioning effect, making the skull light in weight and helping in pronouncing nasal consonants. Surprised.

Symptoms of sinusitis are nasal obstruction, swollen nasal passages, pain around the eyes and cheeks, thick nasal discharge that is yellow or green colored, facial swelling, puffiness around the eyes, and pus formation in the affected area, cold and cough with sore throat. Symptoms of sinusitis are predominantly present during early morning hours and gradually reduce in the afternoon. Also, conditions such as damp weather, sudden change in temperature and cough can aggravate sinusitis. We hope you develop a better understanding of Sinuses on completion of this article on Sinuses. Only if the article is understood is it's benefit reached.


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Inflammation in the mucous lining surrounding the nose results in formation of thick nasal discharge. When the infection spreads to sinus cavities, mucus is formed within the sinus that gets drained into the nose through narrow channels. As the mucus thickens, it blocks the sinus passage resulting in fluid and mucus accumulation inside the sinus, a condition termed as sinusitis. Sinusitis mayo clinic as a result of an infection in the upper respiratory tract, dental sepsis or an ear infection. Other contributing factors include changes in atmospheric pressure, swimming, environmental pollutants, prolonged exposure to cold temperatures, a facial injury, allergies, asthma, nasal polyps, nasal deformities, cleft palate and adenoids. The title of this composition could be rightly be Sinus. This is because what is mentioned here is mostly about Sinus.

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