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If you asked her (Margaret Thatcher) about Sinai, she would probably think it was the plural for sinus. Jonahan Aitken

Published on 6/11/2018
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Sinus disease stops the normal flow of mucus from the sinuses to the back of the throat. The tiny hair-like “sweepers” become blocked when infections or allergies cause tiny nasal tissues to swell. The swelling traps mucus in the sinuses.

Allergies can play an important role in chronic (long-lasting) or seasonal rhinitis episodes. Nasal and sinus passages become swollen, congested, and inflamed in an attempt to flush out offending inhaled particles that trigger allergies. Pollen are seasonal allergens. Molds, dust mites and pet dander can cause symptoms year-round.

Treatments for Sinusitis

Antibiotics are recommended treatment for bacterial sinusitis. Antibiotics are usually for 1 to 2 weeks depending on the type of drug. Because the sinuses are deep-seated in the bones, and blood supply is limited, longer treatments may be prescribed for people with longer lasting or severe cases.

Overuse and abuse of antibiotics have been causing a major increase in antibiotic resistance. Healthcare professionals are careful to prescribe antibiotics when symptoms are consistent with a bacterial infection (e.g. fever, thick nasal discharge, facial pain).

Antibiotics help eliminate sinus disease by attacking the bacteria that cause it.  Commonly, these drugs may take several days to take effect and do little to alleviate symptoms. Often, over-the-counter medications are recommended in conjunction with antibiotics to provide additional relief.

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