The chronic state of allergic rhinitis usually will lead to more serious complications of the upper and lower airways such as asthma, sinusitis and otitis media with effusion. Otitis media is an inflammation of the middle ear. Fluid is built up in the middle ear and causes temporary lose of hearing. However, if this chronic disease is not treated properly, it may lead to permanent hearing impairment.
The infection can be bacterial such as a sinus infection, or viral such as a cold or an allergic reaction with inflammation. The nasal passageway is like a main hallway in which air is constantly flowing in and out from respirations from the lungs through the nose.
As air flows through the main nasal hallway, it will swirl around in these empty rooms of your sinuses. As air swirls in and about your sinuses, the sinuses slowly gather dust, dirt, and bacteria. The sinuses do act somewhat as a basic filter for small amounts of debris. But when overloaded, the airway passages in your nose and in the rooms of the hallway of sinuses get excessive debris and bacteria. This will often cause pooling of fluids, swelling (edema), and further complicating obstruction, bacterial, and /or other infections. The nose has turbinates in the sinus cavity that normally warms, cleanses and humidifies the air.
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Treatments for Sinus Rhinitis
Fortunately, sinus rhinitis is not only curable, but also preventable. There are many medications, home remedies and alternative therapies that can normalize mucus production in the nose as well as reduce any swelling or inflammation in the sinuses. Here are some of the most effective methods:
Systemic Glucocorticoids – Used widely for reducing nasal inflammation, systemic glucocorticoids are very effective components of steroid therapy. However, its use comes with limitations. Glucocortcoids are not recommended for prolonged use. Side-effects are also known to accompany the use of these products.
Steroid Nasal Sprays – These are considered the first-line treatment for nasal congestion, swelling, inflammation and itching of the sinuses. These work by impeding the series of chemical processes that leads to inflammation. Unlike systemic glucocorticoids, steroid nasal sprays do not pose any risk to the user. These are intended to be used for several weeks.
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