What is Sinusitis


Sinusitis is a condition in which the cavities around the nasal passages become inflamed.

Sinusitis can be acute or chronic.

Acute sinusitis can be triggered by a cold or allergies and may resolve in few days.

Chronic sinusitis can be caused by an infection, growths in the sinuses (nasal polyps) or Swelling of the lining of your sinuses.

Chronic sinusitis may lasts up to nine months and usually causes lots of uneasiness and hinders with normal activities of a person.


  • Symptoms include headache, facial pain, runny nose and nasal congestion.
  • People may experience pain in the face, sinuses, back of the eyes, ear, or forehead
  • Nasal congestion, distorted sense of smell, itching, loss of smell, runny nose, or sneezing
  • Whole body fatigue, fever, or malaise
  • Facial  tenderness or swelling
  • Also common are  sinus pressure, headache, inflammation of ear
  • Mouth breathing, phlegm, pus, sleeping difficulty and  throat irritation
  • Diagnostic accuracy of Sinusitis is done through X-rays and CT Scans

Treatment in other sciences

Pain is usually managed with pain killers. Nasal decongestants and nasal saline rinses are recommended.

Chronic sinusitis  requires antibiotics.

In severe cases, surgery is recommended but relapse is common within few months only.

Homeopathy for Sinusitis

  • Homeopathic medicines are often effective in treating the acute symptoms of sinusitis, although  complete cure is also possible in chronic sinusitis.
  • Homeopathy aims at clearing the inflamed sinuses and preventing the relapse.
  • Once the treatment starts, the symptomatic improvement is seen within first two weeks of starting the homeopathic medicines.
  • X-rays and /or CT Scans are repeated after 3 months, which definitely shows remarkable improvement
  • Complete cure is common practice .

Tips for managing Sinusitis

  • Steam with saline solution helps
  • Elevating the head while sleeping helps in better sleep
  • Warm fluids gives soothing management

Caution : However, the medication must always be taken under the supervision of a qualified practitioner.

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