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[About Sinuses | What is Sinusitis? | How Sinusitis is Typically Treated
[OTC Decongestant Addiction | Use a Homeopathic Mist to Help You Feel Better]
[Homeopathic Remedies to Reduce Sinusitis]
[Natural Preservatives and Antioxidants]
[Dietary Supplements Promote Healthy Sinus Function]
[Additional Tips for Sinus and Allergy Health]
[Eat Infection Fighting Foods and Nutrients | References]

About Sinuses

Sinuses are hollow air spaces in the skull and bones of the face. Sinuses lie above and along the nose, around the eyes and across the cheekbones. All of these spaces can become clogged by mucus from the nose, so anything that causes your nose to become irritated or swell may congest your sinuses the same way.

Each sinus has an opening into the nose for the free exchange of air and mucus, and each is joined with the nasal passages by a continuous mucous membrane lining. Therefore, anything that causes a swelling in the nose—an infection, an allergic reaction, or an immune reaction—also can affect the sinuses. The portal of entry for approximately 90% of respiratory challenges, such as sinusitis, asthma, allergies, bronchitis and pneumonia, is the nose. Air trapped within a blocked sinus, along with pus or other secretions, may cause pressure on the sinus wall. The result is the sometimes intense pain of a sinus attack. Similarly, when air is prevented from entering a paranasal sinus by a swollen membrane at the opening, a vacuum can be created that also causes pain. (Tip: do not use a vacuum cleaner to try to relieve the pain.)

Mucus is developed by our sinuses to act as a lubricant and a means to engulf and neutralize unwanted elements we breathe in, such as mold, fungi, yeast, viruses and bacteria. In the sinus cavities, the lubricant is moved across mucous membrane linings toward the opening of each sinus by millions of cilia (a mobile extension of a cell). Inflammation from allergy causes membrane swelling and the sinus opening to narrow, thereby blocking mucus movement.

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What is Sinusitis? And What Causes Sinusitis 

Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinus passages due to a variety of causes, and about 25% of the U.S. population is plagued with sinus and allergy problems. This translates to more than 60 million people in the United States alone, inflicting much misery and pain. And the number is soaring due to increased pollution, urban sprawl and more antibiotic overuse. Each year, Americans rack up over $2.5 billion in direct sinus related medical care costs alone.

Sinus congestion is miserable, and never seems to leave. It can start out like a cold with a scratchy throat, stuffy nose, headache, cough, fever, and sinus pressure, but it may last longer and be impervious to some prescription drugs or over-the-counter medications. Scientific studies have shown a close relationship between having hay fever and chronic sinus infection. Untreated sinus infection or inflammation may develop into a chronic state of nasal obstruction that may lead to more serious problems in both the upper and lower airways, such as asthma and/or bronchitis. The importance of a safe, effective all natural treatment for these health concerns cannot be understated.

According to the Mayo Clinic, the primary cause of sinus infection is the immune systems response to fungi—molds and yeasts which become airborne like pollen.1 Their studies found 96% of the study subjects with chronic sinusitis had a fungus in cultures of their nasal secretions. In addition, researchers from the Allergic Diseases Research Laboratory at the Mayo Clinic found that certain white blood cells called T-Lymphocytes are reacting to the fungi and were producing the kind of inflammation we see in the sinuses. As long as fungi remain, so will the irritation.

Antibiotics, therefore, are often not effective for sinus infection because they target bacteria only. And synthetic over-the-counter decongestants typically become ineffective with more than 3 days usage, and can lead to dependency. Additionally, the exposure to prescription antibiotics, antibiotic-laden meats, steroids, birth-control pills, or hormone replacement therapy may also contribute to problems.

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How Sinusitis Is Typically Treated

Doctors commonly prescribe decongestants to reduce congestion, antibiotics to control a bacterial infection, and pain relievers to reduce any pain. In addition, a doctor may prescribe a steroid nasal spray to reduce sinus congestion, swelling, and inflammation. Antihistamines may be recommended for the treatment of allergies. If you already have asthma then get sinusitis, you may experience worsening of your asthma and should be in close touch with your doctor. If the condition does not improve with medications, surgery to enlarge a narrow sinus passage or remove a bone or polyp that is blocking a passage may be recommended. Adults who have had allergic and infectious conditions over the years sometimes develop nasal polyps that interfere with proper drainage. Removal of these polyps and/or repair of a deviated septum to ensure an open airway may be recommended.

OTC Decongestant Addiction

Frequent use of typical over-the-counter decongestant drops and sprays can result in a condition called nose drop addiction, or rebound congestion, which is an addiction to nasal decongestants. This is a vicious cycle requiring more frequent use of nose spray or drops to keep nasal passages clear. Prolonged use of nasal sprays and drops can cause irritation of your mucous membrane, a stinging or burning in your nose and a chronic inflammation. The only way to treat the problem is to stop using these common over-the-counter nose drops or sprays.

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Use a Homeopathic Mist to Help You Feel Better

Adequate therapy for sinus and allergy problems must not only control symptoms, but should also help people feel better and function better in their everyday lives. Use a mist for the temporary, soothing relief of nasal congestion, sinus congestion and pressure, and dry, irritated nasal membranes associated with sinusitis, irritated/swollen sinus passages, hay fever, a cold, or other upper respiratory allergies.

Use a mist to help clear nasal passages and promotes nasal and/or sinus drainage. It helps make nasal passages and sinuses feel clear and more comfortable so you can breathe and sleep better, fast! It also moisturizes and soothes dry, irritated nasal passages.

It is a non-prescription, natural medication that works in seconds, contains no synthetic drugs, or artificial preservatives, and provides a fine mist in precise dose spray. It has no chemical dependency, no side-effects, and offers year-round relief. SinuFix nasal spray mist is safe for continuous use without rebound congestion.

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Homeopathic Remedies to Reduce Sinusitis

The following 18 powerful, key homeopathic medicines–in multiple potencies–are designed to help make nasal passages and sinuses feel clear and more comfortable so you can breathe and sleep better, fast! All of the specially-selected medicinal components are safe, 100% natural, and are manufactured under stringent, pharmaceutical-grade conditions. They are in strict compliance with the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States, and there are no side effects. Homeopathic remedies have demonstrated unsurpassed safety for nearly 200 years worldwide.

For added benefits, a misting agent may also contains a base of all-natural aloe vera extract, green tea extract, and a proprietary natural high-molecular-weight, charged polysaccharide formulation with a unique combination of functional properties, making it an ideal platform for delivery of the homeopathic medicines.

Zincum gluconicum (Zinc gluconate) 2x, 6x - New research shows that Zincum in a nasal application reduces the severity and duration of nasal drainage and congestion, as well as other symptoms.2

Euphorbium officinarum (Ephorbium) 4x, 6x, 12x is for the relief of sinus pressure, nasal congestion, dry and inflamed nasal membranes, and a runny nose.

Origanum vulgare (Oregano) 3x, 6x is indicated for sinus inflammation symptoms.

Echinacea angustifolia 3x, 6x, 12x is prized for nasal congestion and stuffiness, sinus inflammation and pressure.

Hydrastis canadensis (Golden Seal) 3x, 6x, 12x is very beneficial for thick nasal discharge, nasal irritation, sinus pressure over eyes, and sneezing.

Argentum metallicum (silver) 8x is for nasal congestion, irritation and inflammation of the nasal and sinus passages.

Kali sulphuricum (Potassium sulfate) 3x, 6x, 12x is for sinus pressure, and for thick and sticky nasal discharge.

Allium cepa (Red Onion) 6x is for irritations in nasal passages, runny nose, and nasal congestion.

Ambrosia artemisiae folia (Ragweed) 6x aids in coryza (acute rhinitis) and hay-fever.

Hepar sulphuris calcareum (Calcium sulfide) 8x is for sinus inflammation, and for thick nasal discharge.

Kali bichromicum (Potassium dichromate) 6x, 10x is indicated for thick nasal discharge, dryness, pressure and sinusitis.

Sanguinaria canadensis (Blood root) 6x is for nasal congestion and sneezing, and is beneficial for the lining of the nose.

Lemna minor (Duckweed) 3x is beneficial for nasal obstruction and catarrh (inflammation of the nasal passages with increased mucus).

Luffa operculata (Luffa fruit) 6x provides relief of a runny nose; in a study with 90 patients with sinusitis it helped 80% of them within a few days.

Pulsatilla (Windflower) 3x is for sinus pressure, a runny nose, excess mucous; and for thick nasal discharge.

Sabadilla (Cevadilla seed) 6x is indicated for runny nose, swelling of nasal tissues, and sneezing.

Silicea (Silicon dioxide) 8x is for congestion accompanied by sinus pressure or inflammation, and a runny nose.

Spigelia anthelmia (Pink root) 3x is for sinusitis with congestion.

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Natural Preservatives and Antioxidants

Look for only all-natural preservatives that protect the product against microbial growth bacteria, mold and fungus. Plus, it also contains antioxidants which protect against rancidity to keep it clean and wholesome. The SinuFix natural preservative system is unique–without any synthetic chemicals–and highly effective in inhibiting the growth of bacteria, yeasts, and molds. It does NOT contain synthetic chemicals, artificial drugs or colors, synthetic preservatives or additives.

NaturalCare’s emphasis is on product safety and complete lack of irritation. Other brands may use synthetic chemicals that may be toxic and have potential for causing harm. 

Tea Tree Oil (Melaleuca alternifolia) has a proven history of over 60 years of safe usage, and is recognized as one of nature's most effective botanical essential oils. It is used for its anti-microbial protection of the product to insure product integrity.

Grapefruit Seed Extract has been the subject of exhaustive research and countless lab tests worldwide. It has proven itself to be an extremely safe, nontoxic, powerful and effective, natural anti-microbial.* It is used for its anti-microbial protection of the product to insure product integrity.

Colloidal Silver is a safe, tasteless, odorless, non-toxic, pure natural substance consisting of sub-microscopic clusters of silver particles, suspended by a tiny electric charge placed on each particle, within purified water. The particles do not settle but remain suspended since the electric charge exerts more force than gravity on each particle. Colloidal silver has a tremendous history of safe and successful use, and is used for its anti-microbial protection of the product to insure product integrity.* 3, 4, 5, 6

Aloe Vera Gel Extract is finding many uses today due to continued scientific investigation. Its moisturizing, emollient and demulcent actions combine to enhance its effect, and protect sensitive mucous membranes in the nasal and sinus cavities.*

Green Tea has become popular as a powerful antioxidant protecting against free radical damage, and also protects the product against rancidity to keep it clean and wholesome.*

D-Mannose is a safe, natural monosaccharide used for cleansing the nose and sinuses.

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Dietary Supplements Promote Healthy Sinus Function*

Dietary supplement contains 100% natural nutrients that support healthy sinuses and nasal passages, healthy immune response, and help maintain overall well-being.* It contains the highest quality and purity, plus the most effective form of natural ingredients for healthy sinus and respiratory function.* It does NOT contain artificial colors, preservatives, fillers, binders, gluten, or yeasts.

Carotenoids and Vitamin A Рare potent antioxidants and promote healthy sinus function.*

Vitamin C supports the production of glutathione, a potent antioxidant, thereby promoting sinus, immune, and respiratory health.*

Zinc helps maintain healthy cell membranes, protect cells against free radicals, and is essential for the transport of various nutrients involved in maintenance of tissue health.*

Vitamins B6 & Pantothenic Acid serve a very important role of ensuring that biological processes, including fat and protein metabolism take place, and help speed up chemical reactions in cells.

Mediterranean Oregano Extract 4:1 contains powerful phenols that have powerful antioxidant properties and act as strong health-promoting agents.  

Nettle Extract contains unique, natural properties that help maintain healthy sinuses.

Quercetin is an excellent antioxidant that enhances the effectiveness of vitamin C, and helps strengthen the walls of the intricate blood vessels in the nasal passages.* 7

N-Acetylcysteine (NAC) is an amino acid that is a major glutathione antioxidant precursor protecting against free radical damage, thereby promoting healthy sinus and respiratory function.*

Turmeric (curcumin) possess many health-protective benefits by providing broad-spectrum effects throughout the body as a potent antioxidant.*8

Bromelain enzyme has been credited with breaking down fibrin, and supporting proper draining of tissues.* 9, 10

Echinacea - Most research today has focused on its immunostimulatory activity and its seemingly remarkable ability to support a healthy immune system function. 11, 12

Garlic research is ongoing worldwide about the roles it plays in providing many health benefits, including supporting  immune system function, thus providing support for optimal sinus and respiratory function.*

GoldenSeal root contains special health-promoting properties, and has been used for the sinuses, eyes, mouth and throat.

Grapefruit Seed Extract has proven to be a safe, powerful and natural herb to promote healthy sinus function.*

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Additional Tips for Sinus and Allergy Health

Nothing replaces a positive, healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise, daily walks in nature and a healthy diet. The rapid pace of our lives often interferes with us taking the time to really take care of ourselves. Caring for ourselves helps to keep our bodies healthy, and maximizes the mind/body's inherent healing potential.

Your nose and sinuses continually produce mucus that moistens your upper respiratory tract and traps dust and other particles you inhale. Irritants to your airway and other factors can increase mucus output, causing a runny nose or increased postnasal drip.

Use Acupressure - Acupressure is an ancient healing art developed over 5000 years ago. You use your fingers to press specific points on the surface of your body and/or head, in order to stimulate the body's natural self-defense abilities. The origins of acupressure are as natural as the instinctive impulse to hold your forehead or temples when you have a headache. Most people can recall having used your hands spontaneously to hold tense or painful places on your body or head.

One of the advantages of acupressure's healing touch is that it is safe to do on yourself and others - even if you've never done it before. You can employ acupressure point stimulation, any time, any where. Stimulating acupressure points are believed to cause the release of endorphins, opiates and enkeflins, which are the neurochemicals that relieve pain, reduce spasm, improve circulation, and promote healing. Additionally, acupressure enables the body to adapt to environmental changes and resist illness. Although acupressure is not a substitute for emergency medical care, it can often be used as a complementary treatment.

Acupressure point instructions                                    

·      Use the acupressure charts to locate the recommended stimulation points.

·      You can use either the tip of your thumb, middle or index finger. Massage each of the acupressure points and apply firm and steady pressure with a circular motion. Stimulate each one of the points for at least one minute and then, move on to the next point. Use only the amount of pressure you can tolerate.

·      For best results stimulate the acupressure points twice per day. An optimal schedule would be, once in the morning and again in the evening.

Home Remedies - Here are some things you can do to reduce the number and severity of sinus attacks and help prevent excess mucus:

  • Gently blow your nose regularly

  • Stay warm & rested

  • Inhaling steam from a vaporizer or a hot cup of water can soothe inflamed sinus cavities; or take a steamy shower (preferably with a chlorine-free filter); gargle

  • Use a hepa filter air purifier to help remove allergens from the air

  • Use a humidifier to keep air moist; dry air can thicken and dry mucus in your nasal cavity and throat

  • Drink hot, non-caffeinated herbal teas and plenty of purified water which helps thin the extra mucus

  • Gentle heat applied over the inflamed area is comforting

  • Sleep with an extra pillow (or elevate the head of your bed)

  • Avoid irritants; try to identify and avoid substances that seem to increase mucus production, such as tobacco smoke and sudden temperature change. Air conditioners help to provide an even temperature.

  • “Flush” your nasal and sinus cavities with SinuFix Mist.

  • Avoid drinking alcohol which causes nasal and sinus membranes to swell

  • Don’t fly unless necessary. You may find that air travel poses a problem if you are suffering from sinusitis. As air pressure in a plane is reduced, pressure can build up in your head blocking your sinuses or Eustachian tubes in your ears. Therefore, you might feel discomfort in your sinus or middle ear during the plane's ascent or descent. Prior to any necessary flight, take SinuFix Capsules and use SinuFix Mist to avoid any problems.

  • If you are prone to sinusitis, it may be uncomfortable for you to swim in pools treated with chlorine, since it irritates the lining of the nose and sinuses. Divers often get sinus congestion and infection when water is forced into the sinuses from the nasal passages.

  • If you suspect that your sinus symptoms may be related to fungi, dust, mold, pollen–or any of the hundreds of allergens that can trigger an upper respiratory reaction–you may want to consult your doctor.

Healthy Diet - Changing the way you eat will change the way you feel. The right foods can lower the risks for potential sinus and allergy problems while also promoting longevity and overall health. Choose to eat right by eliminating problematic foods and increasing your daily intake of vegetables, fruits, and whole grains. By following simple guidelines for lifestyle, diet and nutrition–by changing a few habits and getting the right nutrients–you can protect your health from potential problems. Every person should adopt three ‘do not’ diet rules:

Avoid saturated animal fats. The simplest way to do this is to consume fewer dairy products, less red meat, and fewer processed meats like ham, bacon, and bologna and hydrogenated fats.

Consume fewer processed carbohydrates like processed cereals, breads, bagels, crackers, cakes, cookies, or anything containing white flour.

Avoid both diet and regular sodas and colas. Many people believe soft drinks help them maintain their weight. But sodas can make a person’s bones brittle because they have high phosphoric acid content—and phosphoric acid literally leaches calcium out of the bones. And most 12 oz. sodas contain 8 or more teaspoons of refined sugar plus caffeine.

It may be easier for you to follow these recommendations if you follow a modified Mediterranean diet, a diet usually heavy on the olive oil and vegetables and low on saturated animal fats. This diet includes foods such as fish and nuts that are rich in omega-3 essential fatty acids, olive oil (a source of monounsaturated fats), and loads of fresh fruits and vegetables. Meat is used only to flavor sauce; onions and garlic are prominent condiments. This diet can take a major bite out the risk for potential sinus and allergy symptoms!

What we call a modified Mediterranean diet is primarily a vegetarian, whole foods diet consisting of fruits and vegetables, raw seeds and nuts and their butters, fermented bean products, fish, and whole grains -- all considered health-promoting foods. These foods are high in dietary fiber, which helps move food and wastes through the digestive tract before they have a chance to form toxic substances. Many degenerative illnesses are related to a diet low in fiber.

Whole (unprocessed) foods are rich in the nutrients needed to fight destructive free radicals, promote healthy skin and immune function health, repair bones, muscles, and tendons, and promote regularity. In addition, being more nutrient-dense, whole foods are more filling and decrease the likelihood of overeating and subsequent weight gain. Whole foods also put less overall stress on the body, because they are more easily digested and contain fewer toxic substances than processed foods.

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Eat Infection-Fighting Foods & Nutrients

You can reduce the inflammatory process due to sinus infection. What you eat can significantly affect whether you have more of the beneficial anti-inflammatory helpers. Increasing omega-3 rich foods can be very beneficial.* Omega-3 fatty acids found in certain fish (salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines) help to suppress the over-production of pro-inflammatory hormone-like “messengers” and promote production of beneficial anti-inflammatory messengers.* 13,14

Studies on healthy humans show that fish oil suppresses inflammatory cytokines (destructive cell-signaling chemicals) by up to 90%.18 Other cytokine-lowering supplements are DHEA,19 vitamin K,20 GLA (gamma linolenic acid) 21 and Nettle leaf extract.22 Antioxidants such as vitamin E and n-acetyl-cysteine may also lower pro-inflammatory cytokines 23 and protect against their toxic effects.* 24

You should consider supplementing your diet with Gamma linolenic acid (GLA) which is found in corn, sunflower and safflower oils, raw nuts and seeds (walnuts, pumpkin seeds and especially flaxseeds), and whole grains. GLA induces production of an anti-inflammatory prostaglandin.*15, 16

In addition, limiting foods that convert to arachidonic acid can help reduce inflammation.*17  Arachidonic acid is found in animal foods that are high in saturated fats, such as beef, lamb, pork, eggs, dairy products, shellfish, and organ meats. When the diet is abundant with arachidonic acids, they are stored in cell membranes and an enzyme transforms these stored acids into chemical messengers (prostaglandins and leukotrienes) which instigate inflammation.

Targeted Nutritional Support. Even if you follow the Mediterranean diet and eat infection-fighting foods, you should further support your sinus functions with Dr. Bob Martin’s SinuFix healthy sinus supplement capsules which contain key nutrients. These key nutrients can really make a difference. SinuFix capsules contain specific antioxidants that work by helping to prevent oxygen-caused damage to cell membranes, and other beneficial nutrients.*

Exercise is for Everyone. Numerous studies have shown that lack of physical activity is a risk factor for health problems. Overall, the results show health concerns are almost twice more likely to develop in inactive people than in those who are more active. The best exercises to strengthen your overall health are aerobic such as brisk walking, jogging, cycling and swimming. Regular aerobic exercise (at least 60 minutes, three to four times per week) reduces one's chances of becoming overweight or developing other health problems. In addition, your overall health, including sinus and respiratory health, becomes stronger through regular exercise.

You'll need a two-part program of strength training and aerobic exercise to help optimize your respiratory function. Strength training builds a larger musculature, which burns more calories and helps to keep weight down—which is important to reduce risk. Aerobic exercise strengthens your respiratory and cardiovascular systems and benefits your overall health by maintaining your metabolism. But when you exercise, build slowly. Do what you can handle to start with, but regardless of how long your exercise, make it fairly intense.

There is no reason for one to wait to start leading a healthy life, eating a satisfying diet, and optimizing nutrition. Exercise leads to greater support for a healthy sinus and respiratory system, easier weight loss, and more energy—a great incentive for everyone!

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  22. Arzneimittelforschung 1996 Sep;46(9):906-10

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  24. J. FASEB 2001 May;15(7):1187-200

Dr. Bob Martin

Dr. Martin is an internationally recognized authority on human health. He is a diplomate of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine and a board certified Clinical Nutritionist, Chiropractic Physician and Physio Therapist. His popular national radio talk show Health Talk is heard by millions each week.

Reprinted with the exclusive permission of Dr. Bob Martin and NaturalCare. 

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