Do you have congestion, tenderness around the eyes and cheeks, and a reduced sense of smell? You might be one of 37 million Americans living with chronic sinusitis. … Continue reading
The New York Winters Can Wreak Havoc On Your Sinuses.
Suffer from sinusitis? If you do, you already know that the winter can intensify the sinus headaches, runny nose, inflammation, and coughing associated with sinusitis.
Though sinus inflammation most commonly occurs in the spring and summer months due to irritations from allergies, … Continue reading
More often than not, sinusitis is treated with medicines and a variety of home treatment methods. Some of the medicines used to minimize sinusitis symptoms include:
Mucolytics, which thin the mucus … Continue reading
The sinuses are air cavities in the skull that are surrounded by bone and lined with mucous membranes. Mucous membranes are the “skin” that covers the inside of the nose and the sinuses. This membrane has glands that produce mucous and has hair cells called cilia that move the mucous and filter the air. … Continue reading
Dr. Silvers was featured in an article discussing chronic sinusitis. … Continue reading
Dr Silvers has participated in a series of articles related to Otolaryngology. The first article is covered here : Can Headaches Be The Only Symptom … Continue reading