Welcome to Sinusitis

Welcome to Sinusitis! an inflammation of the sinuses

Sinusitis is defined as an inflammation of the paranasal sinuses. It happens when the sinus cavities behind the nose and eyes becomes infected. This illness can either be acute, which happens less than four weeks, subacute, which is four to twelve weeks, or chronic, that lasts for more than twelve weeks. These three types have the same symptoms and are often hard to distinguish. However, if chronic sinusitis is not treated, it can cause severe damage to the sinuses up to the cheekbones which may even require surgery. There are symptoms of sinusitis that are similar to cold or flu. Getting plenty of rest and increasing liquid intake are the most important things to keep in mind to prevent such illness.

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'''Sinusitis''' is an inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may or may not be as a result of infection, from bacterial, fungus or fungal, virus or viral, allergy or allergic or autoimmunity or autoimmune issues.
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