What is Sinusitis
Sinusitis is inflammation of the air cavities within the passages of the nose. Sinusitis can be caused by infection, but also can be caused by allergies and chemical or particulate irritation of the sinuses.
Sinuses are the air chambers in the bone behind your cheeks, eyebrows and jaw. They make mucus, a fluid that cleans bacteria and other particles out of the air you breathe. Tiny hairs called cilia that sweep mucus out of your sinuses so it can drain out through your nose.
Affection of the sinuses causes pain in the region of the cheekbones and forehead besides many other symptoms such as nasal obstruction, impaired breathing, fever,ect

•Acute Sinusitis: It is the type of Sinusitis that lasts up to 4 weeks
•Sub acute Sinusitis: This type lasts for 4 to 12 weeks
•Chronic Sinusitis: In this type of Sinusitis, it lasts for more than 12 weeks and can continue for months or even years
•Recurrent Sinusitis: Here there are several attacks of Sinusitis within a year.

•Changes in Temperature
•Use of decongestant nasal sprays swimming diving can also increase the risk of Sinusitis
•People having Polyps can also worsen the condition

•Infections like Viruses, bacteria fungal infectio
•Excessive blowing of nose
•Foreign objects in the nostril (especially in children)
•Tooth caries
•Side effects of few drugs
•Scuba Diving, swimming
•Facial injury
•Reduced immunity
•Medical conditions like GERD

•Nasal congestion and discharge that may be yellowish or greenish with cough with production of mucus
•Bad breath, bad taste in mouth at times
•Reduced sense of smell/ taste

•X-ray of sinuses to detect infection, obstruction, tumors, etc.
•Nasal endoscopy: This procedure involves the passage of a thin, flexible fiber-optic tube (endoscope) through the nose into the sinuses in order to examine the interior of the sinuses.
•Computerized Tomography scan (CT scan) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) can reveal the finer details of the sinuses especially those that are not detected by an endoscope.
•Allergy tests may be done to rule out any kind of allergies

•Homeopathy has been successfully used for the treatment of sinusitis for many years now and has clearly proved its efficacy in a number of cases as well as research studies conducted on the same
•Individual tendency to frequent upper respiratory infections or sinusitis can best be treated with Homeopathic approach of individualistic treatment.
•Recurring sinusitis finds wonderful treatment with homeopathy.
•Homeopathy treats acute infections as well as the tendency to have infections or allergy.
•It can help in preventing the need for frequent antibiotics, decongestants, etc. that only tend to provide temporary relief. Homeopathy may also help in avoiding the need for endoscopic sinus surgery for sinusitis as far as possible
•Regular treatment with Homeopathy can improve the immunity of individuals so that they do not fall prey to recurrent attacks of sinusitis.
•All in all, Homeopathy is strongly suggested for all sinusitis patients and the earlier they opt for treatment, the better the results.