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SINONIL is a herbal tablet which helps to clear blocked nose, to relieve pain around nose and eyes. These conditions are medically termed as Sinusitis. Sinusitis causes the cavities around your nasal passages (sinuses) to become inflamed and swollen. This interferes with drainage and causes mucus to build up. Sinusitis is inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may be due to infection, allergy, or autoimmune issues. Most cases are due to a viral infection and resolve over the course of 10 days. It is a common condition; for example, in the United States more than 24 million cases occur annually.
Common cold, Excessive sneezing, Sinusitis, Allergic rhinitis, Nasal Congestion, Cough; Common cold : Common cold (nasopharyngitis, rhinopharyngitis,acute coryza, or a cold) is a viral infectious disease of the upperrespiratory system which affects primarily the nose. Symptoms include a cough, sore throat, runny nose, and fever.
Sneezing: is a reaction of the body to inflammation or debris inside the nose and respiratory tract.
Sinusitis: Inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, which may be due to infection, allergy, or autoimmune issues. Most cases are due to viral infections.Chronic sinusitis, by definition, lasts longer than three months. Symptoms of chronic sinusitis may include any combination of the following: Nasal congestion, Facial pain, Headache, Night-time coughing, an increase in previously minor or controlled asthma symptoms , Thick green or yellow discharge, feeling of facial 'fullness' or 'tightness' that may worsen when bending over, dizziness, aching teeth.
Allergy of any kind such as Dust allergy , climate (COLD) allergy , Food allergy such as cold (chilld) water, Fried stuffs, Cold drink, Lassi curd, and mainly ICE CREAM. After taking a short course of SINONIL a person can be able to take all these things.
Nasal poylp: internal swelling inside the nose.
CLASSIFICATION:- SINUSITIS by Location
SINUSITIS can be classified by the sinus cavity which it affects
- Maxillary - can cause pain or pressure in the maxillary (cheek) area (e.g., toothache, headache)
- Frontal - can cause pain or pressure in the frontal sinus cavity (located above eyes), headache
- Ethmoid - can cause pain or pressure pain between/behind the eyes and headaches
- Sphenoid - can cause pain or pressure behind the eyes, but often refers to the vertex, or top of the head
SINUSITIS by Duration
- Acute rhinosinusitis - A new infection that may last up to four weeks and can be subdivided symptomatically into severe and non-severe
- Recurrent acute rhinosinusitis - Four or more separate episodes of acute sinusitis that occur within one year
- Subacute rhinosinusitis - An infection that lasts between four and 12 weeks, and represents a transition between acute and chronic infection
- Chronic rhinosinusitis - when the signs and symptoms last for more than 12 weeks; and
- Acute exacerbation of chronic rhinosinusitis - when the signs and symptoms of chronic rhinosinusitis exacerbate, but return to baseline after treatment.
- All these types of SINUSITIS have similar symptoms, and are thus often difficult to distinguish. Acute SINUSITIS is very common. Roughly ninety percent of adults have hadSINUSITIS at some point in their life.
Acute SINUSITIS is usually precipitated by an earlier upper respiratory tract infection, generally of viral origin. Viral SINUSITIS typically lasts for 7 to 10 days. With acuteSINUSITIS, it may be difficult to breathe through your nose. The area around your eyes and face may feel swollen, and you may have throbbing facial pain or a headache.
Acute SINOSITIS is most often caused by the common cold. Other triggers include bacteria, allergies and fungal infections. Treatment of acute SINUSITIS depends on the cause. Chemical irritation can also trigger sinusitis, commonly from cigarette smoke and chlorine fumes. Rarely, it may be caused by a tooth infection. In most cases, home remedies are all that's needed. However, persistent SINUSITIS can lead to serious infections and other complications. SINUSITIS that lasts more than 12 weeks, or keeps coming back, is called chronic SINUSITIS.
Chronic SINUSITIS, by definition, lasts longer than three months and can be caused by many different diseases that share chronic inflammation of the sinuses as a common symptom. Symptoms of chronic SINUSITIS may include any combination of the following: nasal congestion, facial pain, headache, night-time coughing, an increase in previously minor or controlled asthma symptoms, tiredness, thick green or yellow discharge, feeling of facial 'fullness' or 'tightness' that may worsen when bending over, dizziness, aching teeth.
Each of these symptoms has multiple other possible causes, which should be considered and investigated as well. Unless complications occur, feveris not a feature of chronic SINUSITIS. Often chronic SINUSITIS can lead to anosmia, a reduced sense of smell. In a small number of cases, acute or chronic maxillarySINUSITIS is associated with a dental infection. Nasal polyps (accumulation of draining material in bag like structure inside the nasal cavity) and deviated nasal septum(commonly known as deviated nose or deviated nasal bone) may contribute SINUSITIS.
Signs and symptoms
Headache/facial pain or pressure of a dull, constant, or aching sort over the affected sinuses is common with both acute and chronic stages of SINUSITIS. This pain is typically localized to the involved sinus and may worsen when the affected person bends over or when lying down. Pain often starts on one side of the head and progresses to both sides. Acute and chronic SINUSITIS may be accompanied by thick nasal discharge that is usually green in color and may contain pus (purulent) and/or blood. Often a localized headache or toothache is present, and it is these symptoms that distinguish a sinus-related headache from other types of headaches, such as tension and migraine headaches. Infection of the eye socket is possible, which may result in the loss of sight and is accompanied by fever and severe illness. Another possible complication is the infection of the bones (osteomyelitis) of the forehead and other facial bones - Pott's puffy tumor. Sinus infections can also cause inner ear problems due to the congestion of the nasal passages. This can be demonstrated by dizziness, "a pressurized or heavy head", bad breath, or vibrating sensations in the head.Complications:
The close proximity of the brain to the sinuses makes the most dangerous complication of sinusitis, particularly involving the frontal and sphenoid sinuses, infection of the brain by the invasion of anaerobic bacteria through the bones or blood vessels. Abscesses, meningitis (inflammation of membranes which cover the brain), and other life-threatening conditions may result. In extreme cases the patient may experience mild personality changes, headache, altered consciousness, visual problems, seizures, coma, and possibly death. The diagnosis of these complications can be assisted by noting local tenderness and dull pain, and can be confirmed by CT and nuclear isotope scanning.
Factors which may predispose someone to developing SINUSITIS include: allergies; structural abnormalities, such as a deviated septum, small sinus ostia or a concha bullosa; nasal polyps; carrying the cystic fibrosis gene, though research is still tentative; and prior bouts of SINUSITIS, because each instance may result in increased inflammation of the nasal or sinus mucosa and potentially further narrow the nasal passageways. Smoking and second hand smoke , excessive use of cool drinks and ice creams could also be associated with chronic rhinosinusitis.
Another cause of chronic SINUSITIS can be from the maxillary sinuses that are situated within the cheekbones. Infections and inflammation are more common here than in any of the other paranasal sinuses. This is because the drainage of mucous secretions from the maxillary sinus to the nasal cavity is not very efficient.
Maxillary SINUSITIS may also be of dental origin and constitutes a significant percentage, given the close proximity of the teeth and the sinus floor. Complementary tests based on conventional radiology techniques and modern technology are needed. Their indication is based on the clinical context.
Chronic SINUSITIS can also be caused indirectly through a common but slight abnormality within the auditory or Eustachian tube, which is connected to the sinus cavities and the throat. This tube is usually almost level with the eye sockets but when this sometimes hereditary abnormality is present, it is below this level and sometimes level with the vestibule or nasal entrance. This almost always causes some sort of blockage within the sinus cavities ending in infection and usually resulting in chronicSINUSITIS.
Acute: Bacterial and viral acute SINUSITIS are difficult to distinguish. However, if symptoms last less than 10 days, it is generally considered viral SINUSITIS. When symptoms last more than 10 days, it is considered bacterial SINUSITIS. Usually 30% to 50% of cases are bacterial. Hospital acquired acute SINUSITIS can be confirmed by performing a CT scan of the sinuses.
Chronic: For SINUSITIS lasting more than eight weeks, diagnostic criteria are lacking. A CT scan is recommended, but this alone is insufficient to confirm the diagnosis. Nasal endoscopy, a CT scan, and clinical symptoms are all used to make a positive diagnosis. A tissue sample for histology and cultures can also be collected and tested. Allergicfungal SINUSITIS (AFS) is often seen in people with asthma and nasal polyps. Examining multiple biopsy samples can be helpful to confirm the diagnosis. In rare cases,sinusoscopy may be made.
Nasal endoscopy involves inserting a flexible fiber-optic tube with a light and camera at its tip into the nose to examine the nasal passages and sinuses. This is generally a completely painless (although uncomfortable) procedure which takes between five to ten minutes to complete.
Summary of SINUSITIS treatments
- Normal sinusitis.
- Waiting for infection to passor taking the help of SINONILtablets.
- Sinusitis is usually caused by a virus and the infection would not be affected by antibiotics. Only herbal medicines such as SINONIL are best options.
- Abnormal sinusitis infection accompanied by other indicators.
- Antibiotics or SINONIL tablets.
- Sinusitis usually not caused by bacteria, but accompanied by fever, extreme pain, or a skin infection, it may be. Antibiotics only affect bacteria. SINONIL helps normalize bodyÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s internal environment and improves bodyÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s defense mechanism thus reduces the symptoms.
- Nasal congestion.
- Nasal irrigation or SINONIL tablets.
- Can provide relief by decongesting because SINONIL tablets act as decongestants also.
- Thick phlegm.
- Drinking liquids or takingSINONIL tablets.
- Remaining hydrated or taking SINONIL tablets loosens mucus.
- Desire for temporary relief.
- Nasal spray.
- Relieves symptoms without treating cause; not recommended for more than three days' use.
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