Sinusitis is an inflammation of the nasal sinuses.
A sinus is a cavity (air chamber) within the bone. These are four sets of open spaces within the bones of the skull. They are above the eyes (frontal sinuses), to either side of the nose inside the cheekbones (maxillary sinuses), behind the bridge of the nose (sphenoid sinuses) and in the upper nose (ethmoid sinuses).
Read the entire article Sinus Infections or Sinusitis – Inflammation of the Nasal Sinuses
Seems like one of the big stressors lately is the Covid flu. The confusing reports that change and the fear of getting sick can really stress a person.
There is on thing that we know works on infections – a healthy immune system. I don’t hear this being promoted by the experts (and its been a year) but it seems the right way to go.
Here is something on stress and a link to our page on Immunity.
Effects of Stress on Your Immune System Important when a pandemic is being addressed.
A Healthy Immune System.
Whether you agree with the wearing of masks or not, you are often required to wear them to work for 8 hours, or when you visit a store.
Without the controversy there is another situation, many people develop skin trouble from wearing a mask (especially those prone to acne & skin problems)
There is a solution to the skin inflammation.Here is an article regarding this: Natural Skin Repair Solution for Maskne
Bacteria Infections – This is part of the problem, no doubt, but there is a situation (and more controversy) regarding bacterial infection from breathing in a mask.
We will find out more information on this, but meanwhile, please don’t wear a mask more than one day before changing to a new mask which has just been washed.
One of the scary thoughts is geting a bacterial infection in your lungs and then being exposed to the flu with already weakened lungs from a bacterial infection. So if you wear a mask, keep it clean and bacteria free.
More next week.