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Sinusitis is a prevalent disease, albeit acute or chronic.

Nasal congestion, nasal discharge (anterior or posterior) leading to mucus in the throat, facial pain or pressure, as well as reduction or loss of smell are the characteristic symptoms of this disease.

But what is it, what causes the symptoms and how is sinusitis treated?

Sinusitis is the inflammation of the nose and paranasal sinuses. In most cases, this inflammation is caused by a virus: the common cold virus. In fact, a cold whose symptoms last more than 10 days is called acute post-viral sinusitis. When symptoms persist for more than 3 months, it is classified as chronic sinusitis.

The symptoms are mainly due to the accumulation of mucus inside the sinuses.

It should be noted that the nose and sinuses ordinarily produce approximately one litre of mucus every day. Under normal conditions, this mucus passes from the sinuses into the throat, is swallowed, digested and finally eliminated. When sinusitis and inflammation are present, the mucus is trapped inside the sinuses, pressing on their walls, hence causing the abovementioned symptoms.

So, if the cause of sinusitis is accumulated mucus, the relief of its symptoms and the healing of this complaint will be achieved by eliminating the build-up of mucus.

What can we do to cure sinusitis quickly and naturally?

1.- Prevent.

During this harsh COVID pandemic, we have adopted hygienic measures that help prevent the spread of viruses and are, therefore, equally valid for the cold virus. Thus, in times of a cold epidemic, the use of a mask, social distancing and frequent hand washing are recommended.

2.- Start the appropriate treatment as soon as possible.

When we notice the first symptoms of a cold, we should take measures to avoid the accumulation of mucus in the nose and sinuses, including the use of effective, safe medications and/or products.

3.- DO NOT take antibiotics.

As stated above, sinusitis is mainly related to a virus. Therefore, it is pointless taking antibiotics since they provide no positive effect, while increasing the resistance of bacteria to these medicines. Only between 0.5 and 2% of sinusitis cases lead to complications involving a bacterial infection.

4.- Use medicines and health products properly.

This is especially important with nasal decongestants, as they are very effective against nasal congestion. However, when overused (they should not be used for more than 5 days, 2-3 times a day), they can cause a disease called Rhinitis Medicamentosa, the main symptom of which is, ironically, nasal congestion.

5.- Use safe products with proven efficacy.

Many products claim to be effective for sinusitis, yet their efficacy and safety have not been proven in clinical trials.

6.- Use natural products.

It is not necessary to use “chemistry” if there are effective natural products that cure sinusitis.

7.- Nasodren.

Nasodren is a 100% natural product indicated for the treatment of sinusitis. Nasodren removes the retained mucus, in both the nostrils and sinuses, which is the cause of sinusitis symptoms.

The safety and efficacy of Nasodren have been demonstrated in 30 clinical trials conducted in countries around the world (USA, Germany, Spain, Russia, etc.). The results have been published in the most prestigious scientific journals, including Rhinology, from the European Society of Rhinology and The Laryngoscope, from the American Society of Rhinology.

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