Monthly Archives: July 2017

What Can Increase Your Risk of Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is common for many adults in the United States. Over 30 million people have a confirmed case of sinusitis. In fact, about 1 in 8 adults contract the condition yearly. There are many factors that cause sinusitis, and depending

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Getting Rid of Sinus Pain and Pressure

Within the skull are several interconnected hollow cavities. These cavities are better known as the paranasal sinuses. The frontal, ethmoid, sphenoid, and maxillary sinuses are all lined with mucosa and a thin layer of mucus. Mucus and bacteria drain out

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The Link Between Sleep and Anxiety

Sleep apnea is known to cause a lot of sleepless nights, sometimes unbeknownst to the those with the condition. This happens when the condition obstructs your nasal passageways, causing impaired breathing. While loud snoring, restless sleep, a lack of energy,

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What to Do With a Severe Fever

The longer you have chronic sinusitis, the more conditions you are prone to develop. Along with your other symptoms, this can make life difficult. One such condition includes a fever. Fevers usually develop when your body is fighting off infection.

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