Toilets aren’t the only things with drainage issues. Your sinuses drain everyday, and yet you might not even notice. It is completely normal for your sinuses to produce and drain mucus to the back of your throat. This usually is not a problem, however sometimes the drainage can get out of hand. If you’re not careful a little sinus drainage can lead to more serious issues. Continue reading →
Rhinosinusitis is the medical term for a sinus infection, or the inflammation of the air cavities that line your nose and skull—AKA: your sinuses. As the cavities and passages become swollen, germs, and bacteria become trapped. This is how infection occurs. Sinus infections, most typically caused by a virus, may lead to other health issues. Here are a few ways to tell if you might be suffering from a sinus infection:
Have you ever heard of nasopharyngitis, rhinopharyngitis or acute coryza? Probably not, but odds are you’re familiar with the symptoms associated with them; a sore throat, runny nose, and sneezing? Or better known as—the common cold. As the weather changes and the temperature drops, colds seem to follow.