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Application of STREPTOKILL for sinus infection
In general, it is possible to apply Streptokill to any of the paranasal sinuses; refer, therefore, to the individual chapters on pain in the ear and throat, cold sores, etc. for specific instructions and recommendations.
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There are four paired paranasal sinuses in the human body. Under normal circumstances there sinuses are filled with air, but if a fluid happens to fill them and render them impassable, an infection may develop. The sinuses are located in the maxillary bones, the frontal bone, the ethmoid bone, and the sphenoid bone.
Sinus inflammation is often caused by the introduction of bacteria, viruses, fungi, or allergens, or by a mechanical cause (physical trauma to the nose, eye or face).An untreated cavity or inflamed tooth nerve located near sinuses, separated only by a thin bone, can also cause sinus inflammation.
Symptoms of a sinus infection are first and foremost a stuffed, blocked nose (similar to rhinitis or the common cold, with discharge of clear fluid gradually changing into a gummous and suppurating discharge), pain in the sinus area (sensitive to tapping), headache, a scratchy throat, fever, and coughing.
In the case of most bacterial sinus infections, antibiotics are prescribed. In the case of a viral cause, rest, an increased intake of fluids, and the help of immunity-boosting products is recommended. If the sinuses are still impassable after several days, a visit to the doctor who can solve the problem through sinus punctures is recommended.
Preventative measures include a healthy lifestyle, and fortifying the immune system through a healthy diet and various dietary supplements, as would apply to the prevention of a number of illnesses.