Definitions for "Sinusitis"
Inflammation of a sinus. The condition may be purulent or nonpurulent, acute or chronic. Depending on the site of involvement, it is known as ethmoid, frontal, maxillary or sphenoid sinusitis.
inflammation of the lining of the cavities in the bone surrounding the nose (the sinuses), usually as a result of a bacterial infection spreading from the nose
Inflammation of the nasal sinuses caused mainly by infection with bacteria or a fungus.
Recommendation Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)"One older study reported that L-tyrosine (200mg), vitamin B6 Recommendation Tyrosine"See the link between Sinusitis and Vitamin B6..." Recommendation Vitamin Niacinamide"See the link between Sinusitis and Vitamin B6..."
Recommendation Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)"...5mg) and niacinamide (10mg) when given in combination for the treatment of hay fever, hives, allergic headaches and poison oak dermatitis produced significant symptomatic relief when 1-3 tablets were taken four times/day in milder cases and up to 6 tablets 4-6 times/day in more severe cases..."
The Condition"...Normal controls had almost as much growth, the difference being that those patients with chronic sinusitis had eosinophils (a type of white blood cell involved in allergic and other reactions) which had become activated..."
Keywords:  mimc, infammation, dental, pain, may
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Keywords:  peppermint, elder, flower
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A condition of the sinuses that causes swelling and blockage in the nose, resulting in impaired breathing