"Sinus Infection Symptoms-Does Any Of This Describe You?"
- Do you have facial pain and pressure especially in the forehead, temples, cheeks, nose and behind the eyes?
- Do you experience difficulty breathing through your nose?
- Is there drainage of a thick, yellow or greenish discharge from the nose or down the back of the throat?
- Do you have a weak sense of smell or taste?
- Any nasal obstruction or congestion?
- Headache, especially one that gets worse if you bend over.
- Tooth pain-Even if you don't have cavities.
- Bad breath (halitosis)
- Ear pain
- Fatigue-even after a long rest or sleep
- Sore throat
- Do you have to sleep with your mouth open because you can't breathe through your nose while sleeping?
Even one or two of these can mean you have a sinus infection. And if you do you have my sympathy and support. I really do know what you're going through.
I had almost all of them. And I had them all my life until last summer.
I had been to my Doctor so many times he didn't want to see me any more.
I would call his office and tell the nurse my sinuses were bleeding or draining or whatever the misery of the week was. Then the nurse would call in a prescription for antibiotics to my pharmacy.
This cycle repeated itself over and over.
The pain, pressure, lack of restful sleep, embarrassing drainage, puffy eyes and sneezing literally cost me the best job I ever had.
I was in public relations and let me tell you, nobody wants to hire the PR lady who is dripping snot on her blouse... Nobody.
I was miserable and my problem had finally started to do real damage to my family.
I began to worry that if I didn't figure out how to at least minimize my sinus infection symptoms I was not going to be able to hold a job and pay the mortgage.
I was getting really scared. Something had to change and it had to change fast.
My chronic sinus infection symptoms were so bad that I literally put my house up for sale and made plans to move to the Arizona desert just to get some relief.
I went to my Doctor and demanded he refer me to a ear nose and throat specialist. It took about a month of fighting with my insurance company to get permission to see the specialist but we finally got it.
The ear nose and throat doctor looked up my nose with a light and said I had chronic sinusitis (a chronic sinus infection
The nice doctor than charged me $80 dollars and gave me a prescription for the same antibiotic my regular doctor always gave me!
I was right back where I started and knew I had to find the answer or risk losing not just my health, but also my home and family.
Out of desperation I began to read everything about sinus problems I could get my hands on. I started to read alternative medicine message boards and talk to everyone I could about sinusitis.
I stumbled upon a research paper from a study done at Johns Hopkins University that basically concluded that chronic sinus infection symptoms were almost always the result of an underlying fungal infection.
It works like this:
- The fungal(yeast)infection that lives in your sinuses keeps everything irritated and out of balance. This lowers your resistance to other infections.
- If you want to get rid of your sinus infection for good you must fix the underlying cause. And to do that you are going to have to get rid of the yeast infection that started this whole mess to begin with.
It makes a ton of sense if you think about it. What other explanation is there for a infection to return over and over-no matter how many times we kill it with antibiotics?
If you want to try the program I used to stop my sinus infection symptoms for good here is the link.
The website is a little hokey but the program works and thats what matters.
I would love to hear any feedback or ideas you may have.