| Posted On Mar 08, 2021 | By:

Under Pressure: How to Avoid and Treat a Sinus Infection

Protecting yourself from a sinus infection is an essential part of maintaining respiratory health – particularly as we continue cold and flu season during the pandemic. Our respiratory system helps us breathe, allows our body to absorb oxygen for vital organ function, and cleans out waste gases such as carbon dioxide.

According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, 31 million Americans experience sinus infections every year. While a sinus infection may seem like a minor ailment,

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| Posted On May 03, 2018 | By:

Treating a Sinus Infection at Home

If you’re having symptoms of a sinus infection – headache, nasal congestion, nasal discharge, ears feeling plugged, even tooth or gum pain – there are a lot of things you can do at home to treat this infection yourself before thinking about seeing a doctor or discussing the use of antibiotics.

I recommend you go down to your local pharmacy and buy the following items:

  • A nasal decongestant which will help stop the mucus production.
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| Posted On Feb 27, 2014 | By:

Treating sinusitis: Don’t rush to antibiotics

Millions of people are prescribed antibiotics each year for sinusitis, a frequent complication of the common cold, hay fever, and other respiratory allergies. In fact, 15 to 21 percent of all antibiotic prescriptions for adults in outpatient care are for treating sinusitis. Unfortunately, most of those people probably don’t need the drugs. Here’s why:

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