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Sinus Infections

There are two main reasons why antibiotics don't work for sinus infections or sinusitis. Antibiotics have been routinely given for acute sinus infections for many years. Originally doctors prescribed them for seven days. When patients came back and still had the sinus infection the doctors increase the prescription to ten days.

Even Several Years Ago the U

S. Physicians Group issued a statement advising doctors not to prescribe antibiotics for sinus infections. Unfortunately recent research has shown that doctors prescribe a sinus medicine, medication or drug because they want to appease the patient and not just for sinus problems. This can be for many ailments and conditions with symptoms they have no immediate solution for. It was at the spur of the moment that we ventured to write something about Sinus Medicine. Such is the amount of matter that is available on Sinus Medicine. Idea



  • Another reason antibiotics don't work for sinus infections is that the antibiotic cannot reach the four sets of sinus cavities.
  • The sinus cavities are located in such a way that the antibiotics cannot move through the blood supply to reach them.
  • So even if your sinus infection was bacterial in origin it would be hard for the antibiotic to get to it. Smile



The Most Common Antibiotic that is Used for Sinus Infections is Amoxicillin

Amoxicillin is synthetic penicillin. Usually people who are allergic to penicillin can't take Amoxicillin. Erythromycin is another that has been used much in the past. We have written a humorous anecdote on Sinusitis to make it's reading more enjoyable and interesting to you. This way you learn there is a funny side to Sinusitis too! Idea

The unfortunate part of this is that the patient now has one or more allergies to antibiotics so they cannot be used in the future for life-threatening conditions, if needed. We were furnished with so many points to include while writing about Sinus Headaches that we were actually lost as to which to use and which to discard!

When that didn't work the patient would give up or they would start all over with another course of antibiotics or try a different antibiotic like erythromycin or amoxicillin for example. And there are adverse reactions and side effects to consider, for example, with amoxicillin such as an upset stomach, vomiting, and diarrhea.

These are Two of the Reasons Why Antibiotics Won't Work for Sinus Infections

Another problem with taking antibiotics is the side effects, adverse reactions and other risks you have taking them or for any drug for that matter. Natural remedies and natural solutions are always the best sinus treatment and there are plenty that work for sinus infections, sinusitis, pain, pressure, ear pressure, headaches, blockage and other sinus problems. Idea

Maxillary sinusitis dental infection is not treated with antibiotics or other sinus medications most of the time the sinusitis would resolve on its own anyway within two to three weeks. In some cases of long antibiotic therapy when the problem did resolve it was credited to the antibiotic when the body did the healing. Embarassed

The Meantime They May Have Developed a Yeast Infection from Taking the Antibiotic

Many acute and chronic sinus infection patients have developed allergies to antibiotics over the years. They have tried different antibiotics and their doctors have switched or changed antibiotics after allergic reactions trying to find one that worked. Sometimes, what we hear about Chronic Sinus can prove to be rather hilarious and illogical. This is why we have introduced this side of Chronic Sinus to you.

Antibiotics Don't Heal by the Way

It's the body that heals. The truth is that most sinus infections are cause by a fungus, usually a common household mold called aspergillus. The aspergillus fungus is airborne and is just about everywhere in any household. There will be higher concentrations in bathrooms and any room that has a lot of moisture. Sometimes the mold in bathroom is obvious and sometimes it's not. The results of one reading this composition is a good understanding on the topic of Sinus Infection. So do go ahead and read this to learn more about Sinus Infection.

Patients are increasingly turning towards natural sinusitis treatment because they have suffered the consequences of using antibiotics and drug medications. One of the most popular forms of natural sinusitis treatment is using neti pots for nasal drainage. Idea

The Benefits of Using Neti Pots for Nasal Drainage

There are many advantages of using natural sinusitis treatment like neti pots that help to drain the nasal of persistent mucus and other gunk. This type of sinusitis treatment cleanses the sinuses of allergens, pollutants, etc. It also helps relieve symptoms of allergic rhinitis, acute bacterial rhinosinusitis and other similar diseases. It is known to prevent the common cold and influenza. Practitioners of this system have noticed that they can often stop an oncoming cold by using neti pots for nasal drainage.

Studies have shown that unnatural sinusitis treatments like antibiotics may not be effective at all and some patients might even become irrevocably dependent on them. In addition to that, antibiotics reduce the immunity of the body, making it susceptible to other diseases. Yoga and other natural sinus remedies strengthen the immune system and make the body almost impervious to other diseases. While antibiotics and drugs treat the symptoms of sinusitis, yoga and other natural sinus remedies fortify the system. Using neti pots for nasal drainage is a completely safe and a natural sinusitis treatment that you can implement without any worries at all. Now that you have got to reading about Sinusitis Treatment, don't you marvel at how ignorant you were about all the Sinusitis Treatment? This is the main reason for us to write an article on Sinusitis Treatment.

Another benefit is that it helps reduce cough that is congested in the lungs and reduces post-nasal drip because the sticky mucus is flushed out. The saline solution helps diminish dryness in the nasal passages and is considered to be very effective in the treatment of 'empty nose syndrome'. It is also an effective treatment for chronic sinusitis because it helps improve breathing in patients who suffer from nose and lung related problems like asthma, etc. Studies have shown that it helps to cure certain types of halitosis or bad breath and provides clearer vision because it irrigates the tear ducts. It can reduce some forms of facial pain and headaches.

Using Neti Pots for Nasal Drainage Without Side Effects

One of the key benefits of using neti pots for nasal drainage is the complete lack of side effects. The method is simple - a warm saline solution is used to flood the nasal and sinus cavities which helps flush out mucus and other irritants. This process is known as 'Jala Neti' or 'Water Cleansing' and it has been used in countries like India for centuries. Argosy university day, people in India use the neti pot for nasal drainage as regularly as they brush their teeth in the morning. Getting information on specific topics can be quite irritating for some. This is the reason this article was written with as much matter pertaining to Sinuses as possible. This is the way we aim to help others in learning about Sinuses. Very Happy.

Fact, studies have shown that using such natural sinusitis treatment is as effective as using antibiotics or drug medication. In fact, yoga asana (or postures) and pranayam (or controlled breathing) are other techniques which have been used as natural sinusitis treatments for centuries. Using pranayam and yoga in combination with neti pots for nasal drainage is perhaps one of the most effective natural sinusitis treatments that are prevalent today. Now that we think about it, Sinusitis Treatments are not actually that difficult a topic to write about. Just looking at the word, ideas form in people's minds about the meaning and usage of Sinusitis Treatments.

The gastro esophageal reflux disease with acid turns in the esophagus is being associated with many cases of respiratory diseases in children but also in some cases of chronic sinusitis in adults. In a clinical study more than 4% of the children suffering from GERD had sinus damages, and about 63% of children with sinusitis had GERD. Some specialists see the gastro esophageal reflux as normal in children and deny its significance for upper respiratory diseases.



  • An allergic sinusitis due to an inflammatory response to Aspergillus, causing nasal obstruction and bone erosion.
  • Fungal sinusitis usually appears in persons with a weak immune system, such as patients suffering from AIDS, leukemia or diabetes.
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Moraxella Catharallis Causes about 25% of the Sinus Infection Cases

4. Staphylococcus aureus 5. Other stems of streptococcus Allergic fungal sinusitis covers about 5-10% of the sinusitis cases and researchers eastern connecticut state university to find the right methods of diagnose and therapy. As it plays an important role in the appearance of chronic sinusitis, fungal sinusitis is more seen as an immune affection. Laughing

Most Common Infectious Cause for Sinusitis is the Next Bacteria:

1. Streptococcus pneumonia in about 20-43% of the cases of sinusitis, adults and children The completion of this article on Sinusitis was our prerogative since the past one month. However, we completed it within a matter of fifteen days!



  • Sinusitis causing fungus is Aspergillus, the most common, Curvularia, Bipolaris, Mucormycosis, Exseohilum, Metarrhlizzium anisopliae.
  • Four forms of allergic fungal sinusitis are known: This can be considered to be a valuable article on Sinus.
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  • Mycetoma, known as the 'fungus ball' generally appears in only one sinus cavity especially the maxillary sinus.
  • It is non-invasive and easy to treat Embarassed




Free for Health: Sinus Infection - the Rapidly Increasing Problem





Severe headache sinusitis, an invasive condition affecting especially patients with diabetes and persons with weaken immune system 2. Chronic sinus infection mostly found in northern India.

Viral Sinusitis Only Fills 10% of Sinus Infection Cases

Some cases of acute and chronic sinusitis seem to have same or assembling infectious agents; but in some cases of chronicle sinusitis the trigger is totally different from the initial agent causing the acute infection. 20% of chronicle stages of sinusitis have as a pathological agent Staphylococcus aureus; it can appear also in the acute stage but is rarely the cause of infection.



  • Haemophylus Influenza strongly associated with many respiratory conditions.
  • Almost ' of children under two years are colonized by it and approximately 25% develop sinusitis.
  • Also 22-35% of adults with sinusitis have positive results to H.
  • Influenza tests.



Nasal irrigation or nasal lavage is technique of hydrotherapy whereby one is able to completely and thoroughly wash out the nasal passages and sinuses. It is totally safe and it is very effective. So effective in fact, if you were to do absolutely nothing else for your sinuses, this one technique could still radically alter your health for the better.

The Most Beneficial Form of Nasal Irrigation is that of Pulsatile Nasal Irrigation

Pulsatile irrigation is a mechanical method of irrigation in which a gentle stream of salinated water is directed through the nasal passages in pulses. This pulsation effectively simulates (and stimulates) ciliary motion, which is often impaired in those with chronic sinusitis.



  • With pulsatile irrigation, one uses a machine designed just for this purpose such as the Grossan Hydro Pulse (shown below).
  • There are other forms of manual irrigation that work quite well also.
  • One is the traditional Neti pot, which has been used by Indian yogis for centuries to keep the nasal passages and sinuses clean.
  • In this method, one takes an implement similar in appearance to a small tea pot (see photo below) and pours salinated water through each nostril.
  • The method is very gentle and recommended in the absence of pulsatile irrigation.
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  • In this way, we tend to add whatever matter there is about Neti Pot, rather than drop any topic.



Nasal irrigation steps in for the damaged cilia and does their job for them by removing the debris. In fact, one form of nasal irrigation actually simulates ciliary movement with its pulsatile action and subsequently this stimulates ciliary function such that it may be encouraged toward improvement. There are several forms of nasal irrigation, not all equally effective, though all beneficial. Choose a method most convenient for you-one that you will stick with and utilize at least once daily (twice is better!) for the long haul. We are satisfied with this end product on Sinus. It was really worth the hard work and effort in writing so much on Sinus. Very Happy.

The preceding, you were introduced to the methods and implements of nasal irrigation, now we need to discuss just what constitutes an appropriate salinated mixture. Before discussing the preparation that you can make yourself, I highly recommend purchasing premixed saline for solution, which is typically PH balanced for the human body and leaves no room for error as there is no guesswork in measurement. In particular, I recommend a product called Breathe-Ease XL above all else.

The absence of the above irrigation implements, one can still irrigate the nose by preparing an appropriate mixture of salinated water into a cupped hand and snorting it into each nostril. Enhancing your vocabulary is our intention with the writing of this article on Neti Pot. We have used new and interesting words to achieve this. Shocked

You see, if you have chronic sinusitis, chances are good that you have damaged cilia from all of the previous infection. (Cilia are the small hairlike structures that move debris and mucous out of the sinuses and nasal passages.) If you have damaged cilia or impaired ciliary function, your sinuses are not able to clean themselves effectively. Thus, mucous and debris (pollen, dust, dander, etc.) buildup in your sinuses and nasal passages and increase the inflammation and block the sinus openings. We have not included any imaginary or false information on Sinusitis here. Everything here is true and up to the mark!

You can Easily Prepare Your Own Saline Solution for Nasal Irrigation

To do so, you will need non-iodized table salt (some people are allergic to iodine and over time it will irritate the sinuses) and baking soda. Mix 1/4-1/2 teaspoon of salt and 1 pinch of baking soda into 8 ounces of warm (not cold and not hot!) water. Stir thoroughly to allow the salt and baking soda to completely dissolve. Irrigate with one of the above methods.

You may also choose to produce some saline solution for moistening the nasal passages throughout the day and to rinse away pollen and other irritants. You can purchase small spray bottles for the nose at most drug stores. Simply fill the bottle with the above suggested saline preparation. Be sure to change the mixture out daily as well as to wash your spray bottle so as to prevent bacterial buildup. Using our imagination has helped us create a wonderful article on Sinus. Being imaginative is indeed very important when writing about Sinus!



  • Another effective manual method of nasal irrigation is that of irrigation with a bulb syringe (available at any pharmacy).
  • One may take the bulb syringe, draw up into the syringe appropriately salinated water and irrigate.
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Preferable to utilizing a generic bulb syringe however, is the Nasaline nasal irrigator. The Nasaline irrigator consists of a two ounce syringe with a specialized silicone tip designed specifically for nasal irrigation. Even the beginner will get to learn more about Chronic Sinusitis after reading this article. It is written in easy language so that everyone will be able to understand it.

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