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Flush it Out! How Sinus Rinse Works

Many physicians are now recommending sinus rinse which is also called sinus irrigation in order to help alleviate allergy symptoms. Patients, who will try sinus rinse for the first time, are usually quite daunted by the idea of putting salty water up on their noses....

Hay Fever Treatment and Management Tips

Symptoms of hay fever or pollen allergy usually include itchy red and water eyes, runny or blocked nose, and also frequent sneezing. The grass season oftentimes is the main trigger for most people because it is the season where many are exposed to pollen grain. Pollen...

Treating Sinus Headaches: What You Need to Know

Sinuses are air-filled cavities (spaces) located in your forehead, cheekbones, and behind the bridge of your nose. The sinuses produce thin mucus that drains out of the channels of the nose. When a sinus becomes inflamed, usually as the result of an allergic reaction,...

All about Allergic Rhinitis

Allergic rhinitis is an inflammation in the nose as a result of your body’s allergic response to specific allergens. Allergens that can cause allergic rhinitis vary from one person to another, but they can be anything from pollen, grass or dust to animal fur or mould....

What is Sinus Drainage?

If you’re like most adults, your sinus infection most likely started with just a common cold or some other upper respiratory infection. Approximately 90% of acute sinus infections are caused by a virus. Although such infections tend to last only about a week, the...

Sinusitis Surgery and Complications

Sinusitis or sinus infection seems to be a part of many lives but when you see the numbers you will be shocked! Almost 31 million people in America alone suffer from sinusitis so one can imagine what the numbers will be world-wide. There is so much money being spent...