Sinus Pressure – When Allergy to House Dust is the Culprit

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Could the cause of your sinus pressure discomfort lie deep in your carpet nap or rugs?  House dust–and there are several types thereof–is responsible for the sinus irritation which produces extra mucus which can accumulate and create sinus pressure. I had received allergy injections for a number of years for pollens and, to a lesser extend, house dust and I was doing rather well. But then two winters in a row I had serious sinus problems and I was baffled. This happened before I spent considerable time studying my sinus health situation from an “alternative”–using remedies other than regular drug medications–stand point.

I went to a different allergy specialist and a new set of allergy skin tests were made including several kinds of house dust. The results were revealing. I had been desensitized for some pollens, but I was very allergic to a type of house dust that contains an abundance of dust mite droppings, which, by the way, are microscopic. As you can see, the problem is not with the mites themselves, but the “legacy” they leave behind, especially when they have a fertile environment to reproduce in. What could that environment be?

Dust mites thrive in an ambient that has three things: warmth, moisture, dead skin particles–which rubs off the human body and the mites use as food. Some authorities in this field even suggest that most common house dust is made up, primarily, of the latter element. In my particular case, which could be the average one, we used a regular cool steam humidifier in the bedroom–to keep the sinuses moist at night so they would not swell from dryness, when the heat was on in the winter. The problem was that the moisture being produced was concentrating somewhat on the carpet in the area in front of the humidifier; thus becoming, unwittingly, a breeding ground for the little rascals. As they increased in numbers they spread all over the bedroom carpet and then migrated to the mattress. There the body warmth and moisture and ample dead skin bits provided an ideal breeding place for this microscopic nuisance.

The solution: Since dust mites are very difficult to kill, the solution had several components:

I began to receive allergy injections taylor-made for house dust heavy with mites’ droppings We bought special zippered bed sheets that did not allow the mites to migrate from the mattress to the surface of the sheet We continued to used the humidifier, but I raised it so the steam would dissipate more We vacuumed the carpets more often, but used a vacuum cleaner with HEPA filters to contain more of the dust within the machine

It worked. You may want to find out more as to whether you may be allergic to house dust mites’ droppings; especially if your sinus pressure is a chronic one. 

Paul Sanchez suffered from sinus problems for many years. Experimenting with alternative solutions he found a cure which he explains at: http://www.mysinustory.com and http://www.mysinustory.com/drainage.html

There he provides information, help and support for those interested in finding out how he became free from his sinus miseries two years ago. Paul is retired ordained minister.

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Causes Of Bad Taste Sinus Disease

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A bad taste in the mouth is not a very good experience. There are times when we can taste our own bad breath. This is not a very pleasing experience. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinus cavities located in our head. One of the major symptoms of sinusitis is bad breath and bad taste. This is also known as bad taste sinus disease.

Normally, the nose and sinuses produce between a pint and a quart of mucus secretions per day. This passes into and through the nose and picks up dust particles, bacteria and other air pollutants along the way. Tiny hair like structure called cilia which line the nasal cavity sweep the mucous to the back of the throat. Then it is swallowed. The acid in the stomach destroys any harmful bacteria present in the mucous.

Bad taste sinus disease occurs mostly due to post nasal drip. Sinuses are basically a part of the nasal passage which produces mucous. When this network becomes irritated due to some reason like allergy, infection, inflammation, smoke or pollution it begins to produce more mucous than what is required by the sinus cavity. This mucous then flows into the throat causing an awful taste in our mouth.

Bad taste sinus disease is not risky because if the mucous gets swallowed, the stomach destroys any harmful bacteria that are present in the mucous. Sinus can only be risky if it spreads to the brain or the eyes which is very rare. If sinus triggers any other disease like bronchitis, asthma or chronic cough it can be dangerous. Post nasal drip entering the lungs can also be very dangerous.

Bad taste sinus disease is normally accompanied by other symptoms of sinus like headache, fatigue, slow fever, facial pain and tenderness. It can be diagnosed very easily by any medical practitioner.

Treatment of sinus entirely depends on the degree of advancement of the disease. It can be cured by medication or may require surgery or sometimes both. A lot of care and precaution should be taken to avoid bad taste sinus disease. Smoking whether active or passive, should be avoided completely. Proper oral hygiene and proper cleaning of the nose also helps avoiding sinus.

Would you like to know how I treated my sinus headache in 4 days without any drugs? If yes then visit sinus treatment or sinus home remedy.

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Sinus Pressure Relief and Air Travel – 4 Steps to Take

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Many people have a tendency to come down with sinus infections during or after air travel. The four steps discussed in this article can help provide sinus pressure relief for those who travel by air on a regular basis.

There are a number of reasons why people who are susceptible to sinus infections tend to contact them during air travel. Sharing stale air in close proximity to others is certainly one reason, and oftentimes this air contains more bacteria and viruses than the air in our normal living environments. The low humidity in plane cabins is another contributing factor. The dry air we breathe in airplanes tends to impair the normal mucous-cilia system and make people more prone to bacteria and viruses. Since airplane cabins are pressurized and the pressure is changing during climb and descent, this can also have harmful effects.

Four suggestions to obtain sinus pressure relief in conjunction with air travel include: drinking lots of water before and during long flights; using a saline solution during the flight; doing the Modified Valsalva maneuver; and taking a decongestant before air travel.

Drink Lots of Water

The air intake that occurs at very high altitudes to ventilate plane cabins contains very dry air. Drinking water prior to and during flights can help retain moisture in the body and keep the nasal system as moist as possible. In addition, alcohol and caffeine are often consumed by people on long flights, and these also tend to dehydrate people. Making an effort to drink water regularly on long flights can help avoid dryness of the nasal passages.

Use Saline Solution Often During the Flight

It is wise to bring a small bottle of saline solution along and use it every hour or so to help keep the nose moist. Over the counter saline solutions all contain preservatives, and some people are bothered by these. It is possible to mix a solution yourself without preservatives and avoid this problem. One-half of a teaspoon of salt added to 8 oz. of water is a proper mixture. I personally use a product called Breathe-ease XL® for both nasal irrigation and for making a spray bottle without preservative, and this will be good to use for about a week. These saline sprays offer sinus pressure relief by keeping the nasal membranes irrigated and maintaining proper drainage.

Use the Modified Valsalva Maneuver

Dr. M. Lee Williams describes the maneuver in his book “The Sinusitis Help Book”. To do this one clamps the nose between the thumb and forefinger, swallows, and then immediately blows into the nose without letting go. One should not blow forcefully into the nose, a gentle pressure will suffice. Dr. Williams says that this should be done several times per minute during ascent and especially descent as cabin pressure is changing during those times. It should also be done several times per hour while the plane is at altitude. It is important not to forget to swallow just before blowing gently into the nose.

Consider Taking a Decongestant Before the Flight

I generally use flonase spray each night as part of my regular regime to combat sinus problems. I’ll also use it about an hour or two before any flight. On long flights to Europe, I’ll also take 5 mg of prednisone. I find this keeps my nasal passages clear and functioning well, even though flights to Europe from the U.S. are long. Prednisone should be used very sparingly, however, as it can cause damage to the immune system, so this should be taken only in consultation with your doctor.

By realizing that the air in airplane cabins is stale, dry and often polluted, one can obtain sinus pressure relief by drinking lots of water before and during flights, using a saline spray, doing the Modified Valsalva maneuver as described above, and taking a decongestant prior to takeoff, especially on long trips. You should also try to simply avoid air travel if you have a cold and stuffiness prior to a trip.

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Our teeth are connected to our sinus cavity via the alveolar process which is a ‘U’ shaped process. Throbbing teeth are a symptom of sinus infection. It occurs when a person’s maxillary sinuses get infected. This can also occur if a person has some kind of infection in the teeth or gums. This infection spreads to the maxillary sinuses creating sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth.

Poor oral hygiene can cause bacteria to grow in the teeth and gums. The bacteria build up may cause the bacteria to enter the maxillary sinus. This can also result in a sinus infection. Proper care should be taken of the teeth and gums to avoid sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth.

Toothache or throbbing teeth due to sinus is similar to the toothache we have during other dental trouble. Cheeks become swollen or sensitive to touch in both cases. Sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth accompanied by other symptoms like a headache, runny nose, fatigue and fever are sure shot signs of a sinus infection.

Though dental pain is always confused with pain associated with sinus, there is a difference between the two. Sinus pain occurs when there is trouble with the maxillary sinuses whereas dental pain occurs when there is trouble with the teeth. It is recommended that you visit a dentist as soon as possible in both cases.

Sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth are very spontaneous. They are caused by a fluid build up in the maxillary sinus. It normally occurs in the upper and back teeth. Dental pain can occur in any part of the teeth. A gum infection is normally called gingivitis.

Other symptoms associated with dental sinus pain are swollen gums, tenderness in the cheek bones, facial swelling and a throbbing headache. This type of sinusitis is no different from other types. The same course of treatment is given for this type of sinus.

Sinusitis in the maxillary cavity can be avoided by taking proper care of the teeth. Brushing twice a day, flossing regularly and periodic visits to the dentist can help in avoiding sinus infection symptoms like throbbing teeth.

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Here are the 10 most common symptoms of sinus infection. Does any of these sound like the problems you are having right now?

Pain and/or pressure in the area of your eyes or forehead. Or pain in the very top of your head – especially if the pain gets more intense when you bend over or move your head quickly.Sinus drainage. This can be any color from clear to greenish-yellow or even bloody. And it may not drain out your nose. Often your sinuses will drain down the back of your throat-and you swallow it.Nausea or upset stomach-often caused by swallowing the drainage.Fatigue-Even when you should feel rested. This is the sneakiest one of all. This is the one that creeps up on you slowly and unnoticed. If you are living with the symptoms on this list you are certainly not reaching your true potential at work, family life or at rest. Blocked nasal or sinus passages. Especially at night. Are you sleeping with your mouth open because you cant breathe through your nose when you lie down? Do you have a poor sense of smell or taste? If you are staying clogged up with mucous I bet you do.Bad breath. Think about it this way-your senses of smell and taste are really messed up right now-and you can still smell and taste your bad breath. What does everybody else think about your breath right now?Ear pain. It’s not uncommon for a bad sinus infection to spread to your inner ears.Sore Throat.Chills, fever or general malaise. Are you feeling generally crappy?If you are suffering from any of the sinus infection symptoms above you have my support. I really do know how you feel. I had chronic sinus infections for literally decades.

I had decided to just “live” with my symptoms, until they got so intense that they cost me my job-and nearly my home.

I had gotten so sick I couldn’t hold a job, or support my family. I was scared. And miserable.

It was a real-life-up-close look at losing everything. I am thankful to be healthy again.

The thing that gave me back control over my life was the knowledge that my chronic sinus infections were caused by a fungal (yeast) infection.

And in case you don’t already know-Antibiotics treat bacterial, not fungal infections. This means that even when you have just finished that course of antibiotics your Doctor gave you, the real fungal cause of your problem is as alive as ever up there in your head. And just like a bad pop singer is already planning a comeback!

The following is a direct quote from Dr David Sherris, a M.D. and Mayo Clinic researcher:

“We’ve seen significant improvement in the quality of life for the large majority of patients with chronic sinus infection who were treated with anti-fungal drugs.”

Dr Sherris also added:

“Many of them had been miserable for years and were severely hampered at work and in social situations by their illness. Many are pain-free and able to breathe effectively through their noses for the first time in years.”

OK… Now we know that the most advanced research hospital in the world has taken the position that “the large majority” of folks who suffer from chronic sinus infections could benefit tremendously from treating the real fungal cause of our problems.

But what about the rest of us who don’t have access to the cutting edge research trials at Mayo Clinic?

We have to be a little more resourceful. And thats OK. We can find ways to help ourselves.

There are genuine, natural ways to beat a fungal sinus infection-And stop it from coming back. I know because I did it.

If you want to learn more about the book that taught me how to stop my sinus misery here is the link:

www.TheSinusInfectionCure.com

Check it out. The website is really hokey but the information is really great and thats what matters.

Thanks, Melody

Melody Fields is a healthy lifestyle fanatic, stay at home mom and consumer advocate. She enjoys writing articles in her spare time.

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Sinus infections are one of the most common infections across the world. Sinus attacks are caused by an infection in the sinuses or cavities that are present in the bones near the nose. When there is any swelling in these sinuses because of some infection, breathing becomes difficult, resulting in fever, headaches, and other discomforts. This is known as sinusitis.

Each sinus or cavity in the skull has an opening that allows free exchange of mucus and air. Each sinus is joined to the other by a mucous membrane lining. When there is an infection like hay fever or a disease like asthma, these sinuses and the lining become inflamed, causing air and mucus to be blocked inside or a vacuum to be created. This can cause pressure on the sinus walls, causing severe pain. Millions of dollars are spent for sinus medications and sinus research.

Sinus infections can cause a lot of pain and discomfort. Sometimes, the infection may also lead to some brain infections or other chronic problems. Though there is no effective remedy for sinus infections, a lot of comfort can be gained by treating the sinus symptoms like headaches, nasal discharge, nasal blocking, runny nose, ear/neck/cheek/jaw pain, swelling of eyelids, etc. However, acute or chronic sinus infections require prolonged treatments, comprised of antibiotics or therapies like saline nasal rinses, topical/oral decongestants, antihistamines, mucolytic agents, and intranasal corticosteroids.

Sinus infections can also be treated by some home remedies. A lot of relief can be obtained by inhaling steam from a vaporizer or a bowl of hot water. Applying a hot or a cold compress over the inflamed area would also provide relief. A decoction of mustard seed powder and water, instilled in the nostrils; eating jalapeno peppers; drinking juice of ripe grapes; applying a paste of cinnamon and water on the forehead; applying paste of ginger and water/milk on the forehead; applying paste of basil leaves, cloves, and dried ginger on the forehead; inhaling steam of eucalyptus oil; and drinking warm tea are all found to be effective in providing some relief. Drinking a lot of water and other fluids would also help. A great deal of rest is also required. However, it is better to consult a specialist if the infection persists.

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