Suffering from sinusitus? Get sinus pain relief now with acupuncture!
Are you one of the many people that deal with sinus issues each year? Over 30 million Americans do, so you’re not alone! Sinus pain can result from sinusitis, sinus congestion or allergic reactions.
Sinuses are air pockets located in the cheekbones, between the eyes and the forehead. Small channels connect the sinuses to the nasal passages, allowing mucus to drain into the nose from the sinuses and air to flow into the sinuses from the nose. Sinusitis is a condition when the paranasal sinuses become inflamed. This can cause headaches, tightness of the facial muscles, and increased production/discharge of mucus.
Other symptoms include dizziness and the feeling of a “heavy head,” both of which are the results of congested (or blocked) sinus and other nasal passages. Sometimes nosebleeds are suffered.
Sinus congestion and sinusitis can result from a viral infection, as in the case of a cold. Sinus pain can also arise from allergies to smoke, pollen, mold, pollution or cosmetic fragrances.
In addition, our homes often contain air-borne irritants, such as household cleaners, carpet or varnish pollutants and dust. Symptoms are also often aggravated by dairy products, caffeine, spicy foods, and alcohol.
Time to try acupuncture!
Acupuncture works to significantly reduce or cure sinus problems. The headache you may have will be relieved instantly! Acupuncture is helpful in giving immediate relief of the symptoms, as well as treating underlying factors. There will also be a swift improvement on the stuffiness, and usually only a few treatments are needed to be of great help.
In the case of viral infections, acupuncture helps to relieve stress and restore balance to your system so that your body can heal itself and return to full health quickly.
Don’t suffer (and sniffle) silently! Let acupuncture treat the root cause, and ease the symptoms of sinus pain!
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