Welcome to the Quick Sinusitis Remedies Center,
My name is Greg Cordle and like you I have suffered with sinus problems since I was a child. The treatments prescribed by the medical community either didn’t work very well or only worked for a short time.
So as an adult I started looking for relief from my sinus problems without using harsh drugs and without a visit to the doctors office. I would like to share with you the more significant remedies I learned – free of charge.
Feel free to browse the links on this site for more information about Sinusitis (sinus problems) and signup for my 10 part Mini-Course on quick remedies for sinus problems (without harsh drugs) regardless of the cause. Learn the things doctors doesn’t you to know. I will email you one lesson per day for 10 days starting today.
In this FREE Mini-Course you will learn:
- Avoidable foods that can cause your sinus problems
- Foods that will open your sinuses and relieve congestion
- Which vitamins will help your body fight infection?
- Something found in pineapple that has proven more effective than antibiotics
- The little known supplement that can cure your sinusitis
- What your doctor won’t tell you about sinusitis and adrenal glands
- A simple way to clean your sinus cavities
- Discover the healing potency of heat
- A secret recipe for a drink that provides quick relief and is easy to prepare
- Three surprisingly simple herbal remedies
- How a gold ball can give you sinus relief!
- And much, much, more!
To get this amazing Mini-Course on Quick Sinusitis Remedies, simply fill out the form below, and we’ll instantly deliver your first issue to your email inbox!
Your cold has drug on with sniffling, sneezing, coughing and just feeling miserable. You have even awakened in the middle of the night with a pressure in your head that felt like someone was squeezing it. You might be asking if this really is just a common cold or if it could be a sinus infection. How do you know? What makes it a sinus infection?
It can help to understand what the sinuses are. The nasal sinuses are the air filled space within your sinus area in the skull. A sinus infection or sinusitis is an infection in the sinuses. There are many different causes of sinusitis, including allergies, viruses, mold and bacteria. About 15 to 20 percent of the U.S. Population suffers from sinusitis that lasts for three or more weeks, which is called chronic sinusitis.
Many people dismiss sinusitis as a cold or they may think it is some other medical problem. This is because many of the symptoms of sinusitis are also symptoms of other conditions. Symptoms include post nasal drip, stuffiness, pressure, runny nose, sore throat, a feeling that the ears are plugged up, headache and dizziness. A person with sinusitis can have all these symptoms or may have only some of the symptoms. Each occurrence of sinusitis can be different also, so symptoms may vary for a person with each occurrence. Night time seems to bring about the most severe symptoms. During the day activity helps to clear up the sinuses and relieve symptoms. At night, though, as a person lies in bed the sinus cavities fill back up with mucus and bring about symptoms.
The biggest difference between a cold and a sinus infection is that a sinus infection requires treatment for it to go away. This treatment may be natural remedies and/or antibiotics and other prescription drugs, like nasal spray and decongestants. A vaporizer used at night can also help since it will help to keep the mucus thin and prevent it from building up. Nasal irrigation and aspirin also can help ease symptoms. It is best to get treatment for a sinus infection as soon as you notice symptoms, but no later than three weeks after symptoms appear. If you wait for treatment then you could end up with chronic sinusitis. It could also require more extensive treatment, possibly even surgery.
People who get sinus infections often should really get to now their body and recognize symptoms. This can really help. Many people put off getting treatment because they think it is just a cold. However, a cold may turn out to be a sinus infection and getting early treatment is the best way to get rid of symptoms and start feeling better quickly.
We will send you your first Mini-Course issue as soon as you sign-up.
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