Sinusitis is a disease Easy relapses that can occur many times. But some people believe that this can be reduced by swimming in the sea water. Really this way?
Sinusitis is a disease caused by inflammation of the sinus cavity. This disease often occurs in people who are allergic to originators such as dust or cold air.
Symptoms similar to ordinary flu that often occur during the rainy season such as runny nose, nasal congestion, mucus, fever and headache (usually after waking), yellow or greenish mucus, bad breath, cough, mucus, high fever (above 39 degrees Celsius), toothache, and less sensitive to taste and smell.
If the sinus sufferers want to swim in the sea should choose a pool that does not contain chlorine, because if you swim in chlorinated pools can cause mucosal irritation and nasal cavity, as quoted from sinuswars.
Swimming in the sea water is believed to be one natural remedy for sinus infection, this corresponds with the content of salt found in seawater. Although there has been no evidence strong enough to support this.
When someone swim the sea water will enter into the nose will be in contact with microorganisms that exist, this sea water will remove fluid in the body of microorganisms through a process of osmosis that makes it die and reduce infection.
There is also a theory that tells us that sea water contains salt which can rinse the nasal cavity so that the cleaning blocked nose, reducing excess mucus and reduce the symptoms associated with sinusitis.
Currently experiencing an allergic reaction, the body can not recognize the actual substance is safe. Substance is regarded as the cause of allergies that can trigger a chain of chemical reactions in the body that can cause various symptoms, like nasal congestion.
Besides causing nasal congestion, allergic reactions mostly cause complications such as sinuses, sneezing, runny nose, runny nose and even a fever. Presumably this sea salt to cleanse and moisturize the sinuses caused by allergies.
Some other things are also known to prevent recurrence of such treat sinus allergies and colds with promptly, avoiding pollution, quit smoking, reduce travel through the air, consuming lots of water, personal hygiene, avoid extreme temperatures and reduce stress.
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