Blocked Sinus

Blocked Sinus

Airborne particles can cause all types of infections which can lead to blocked sinus. A blocked sinus can also be the result of sinusitis which is actually a growth in your nose (polyp) which when becomes too big can begin to block your sinus air passage. In this case you might have to undergo minor surgery to get the growth removed from your sinus. However, if its only congestion or mucus blocking the entry of air though your sinus then there are a number of prescription and over the counter drugs you can use in order to clear your blocked sinus.

Chronic Sinus Problems

People who are suffering from chronic sinus problems are often feeling the initial stages of sinusitis. These people will experience frequent headaches, running noses, and pain in their ears. Sometimes, they might even experience itchy eyes and watery eyes. When you begin to feel these chronic problems it's always a good idea to first consult a doctor. A doctor will be able to track down the cause of your problem as well as prescribe a possible course of action. It's also a good idea to irrigate your sinus using SinuPulse.

Nasal Irrigation

The SinuPulse actually helps clean out your nasal passages and lower sinuses making you feel better instantly. Regular use reduces symptoms but also targets the root of the problem by helping to restore the natural mucociliary function and helps to prevent future infections. 

Many people tend to use over the counter drugs to suppress or temporary cure the problems they are facing only to later find out that the problem has become even worse. Many doctors will prescribe a steroid nasal spray which you can use along with an inhaler if you are having a problem breathing. As mentioned above a sinus rinse is recommended to help clear out your sinuses from any airborne particles which might have entered and are causing a problem.

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