Sinus Information and Facts
Causes of Sinus Infections
Sinus infections usually occur when sinuses become blocked, making the warm, moist, mucus-filled sinus cavity a perfect medium in which viruses or bacteria can grow. Although neither a cold nor an allergy flare-up causes sinus infections, there is a link. These conditions may cause inflammation in the sinus cavity and prevent sinuses from draining properly. This blockage can potentially lead to congestion and infection.
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Are you a sufferer?
Have you had sinus problems most of your adult life. Every time I moved to a new home, traveled, golfed, gardening or even when a thunderstorm approached, my sinuses made it difficult for me to truly enjoy life. Just like you, I tried countless OTC products and numerous prescriptions but nothing worked to stop the pain. Airborne irritants like pollen, dust and even bacteria made it even more difficult for me to breathe especially in the spring and fall.