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Sinusitis is the inflammation of the lining of the paranasal sinuses, four pairs of air-filled cavities that are in the skull. As the nasal mucosa is also usually inflamed, this disease is currently called rhinosinusitis; although to make it easy, we will continue with the term sinusitis.
The characteristic symptoms of sinusitis are nasal congestion and discharge (anterior or posterior, that is, mucus in the throat), facial pain or pressure, and reduction or loss of smell.
Regarding the duration of the symptoms, sinusitis is classified as acute if they last less than 12 weeks and chronic when they last more than 12 weeks. It is interesting to note that people with chronic sinusitis have, on average, 2.5 exacerbations per year, which is why they spend many months with a poor quality of life.
Several factors predispose us to suffer from sinusitis, among these are:
- • Environmental: pollution, smoke, chemical substances, etc.
- • Anatomical: deviation of the nasal septum, polyps, abnormally small sinuses, etc.
- • Allergy: allergic rhinitis is a trigger for episodes of sinusitis
- • Smoking: affects both the smoker and the passive smoker
But without a doubt, the quintessential trigger for a sinus episode is the common cold virus. In fact, a cold that lasts more than ten days or worsens after five days is called acute sinusitis.
Knowing this, let’s answer the question that gives rise to this article: how can I prevent sinusitis?
As with any other illness, the first thing is to avoid, although it is rarely easy, everything that favours the appearance of sinusitis.
If we review the triggers, we see some of them can be adjusted by the ourselves, such as smoking, and others require general measures, such as those aimed at reducing pollution.
As far as possible, avoiding the substances that cause allergies and the use of immunotherapy (vaccines) when possible is highly recommended.
Regarding anatomical factors, it should be carefully assessed whether they are the only factor causing sinusitis and whether their correction, usually by surgery, will prevent further episodes of the condition.
However, as we have mentioned, the main trigger for sinusitis is the cold virus. COVID has taught us that there are effective measures to prevent the spread and contagion by viruses, such as:
• Frequently washing the hands with soap and water
• Wearing a mask
• Maintaining social distance
Other measures that can help, especially for people who live in dry environments or when the heating dries the air, are humidifiers (the most economical is to put a glass of water on top of the radiator). It is also advisable to use physiological saline solution or seawater to keep the nasal mucosa hydrated.
If we still suffer from sinusitis despite all the precautions, we should know that the symptoms reflect the accumulation of mucus in the sinuses. Therefore, relief will be achieved by eliminating that mucus.
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