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Does Chronic Sinusitis Ever Go Away? 1

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Many of us are confused between sinusitis and rhinitis, which both end in “itis”. The “-itis” indicates the medical problem is about inflammation and swollen tissue. Sinusitis is swelling in the sinuses, whereas rhinitis is swelling in the nose. People who get chronic sinusitis suffer from disturbing symptoms such as runny nose, blocked nose, difficulty breathing through the nose, and many more. These symptoms do not go away easily and may affect your daily work and life. In this blog, we will introduce some natural remedies for chronic sinusitis and how Spooky2 can help.

Sinusitis is the inflammation of sinuses, the four paired cavities in the head connected by narrow channels. The sinuses work like a filtration system and produce mucus that washes away bacteria or irritants. However, when they are inflamed and swollen, the mucus cannot drain properly. Unlike acute sinusitis which, usually recovers on its own after several days, chronic sinusitis can last for a long time without improvement.


If you have suffered from the following symptoms for over 12 weeks, then you probably have chronic sinusitis. Common symptoms include:

  • Nasal inflammation
  • Drainage down the back of the throat (postnasal drainage)
  • Nasal obstruction or congestion, often causing difficulty breathing
  • Have trouble smelling or tasting
  • Yellow or green-coloured mucus
  • Tenderness or discomfort in your face, especially in the area of your eyes, forehead, and cheeks

There are some other symptoms that may seem unrelated to sinusitis. These signs may indicate the spread of infection:

  • Ear pain
  • Sore throat
  • Bad breath
  • Jaw and tooth soreness
  • Exhaustion
  • Fatigue


The most common causes of chronic sinusitis include:

  • Allergies: Chemical or pollen allergies can lead to inflammation of the nasal passages.
  • Nasal polyps: These abnormal tissue growths can make it hard to breathe through your nose and block your sinuses.
  • Deviated septum: This is an uneven wall of tissue between your nostrils that can limit airflow in one or both of your nostrils.
  • Respiratory tract infections: They can cause your nose to become inflamed and prevent mucus drainage out of your nose.
  • Other health conditions: Asthma, cystic fibrosis, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux condition), HIV, etc. can lead to nasal blockage.

What are the ways to reduce the symptoms of chronic sinusitis?

Many home remedies can help with chronic sinusitis, for example:
Sinus flush/Nasal irrigation: Nasal irrigation uses a neti pot with some salt and water solution to flush your nasal passages. It is highly effective for most people.

Nasal sprays: Nasal sprays are readily available in most stores. They can help keep your nasal passages moist, unblock congestion, and reduce inflammation, but make sure to follow the instructions.

Hydration: Drinking a lot of water can diminish the mucus.

Rest: Enough sleep will help your immune system fight off infection and inflammation with full strength. While you sleep, stack some pillows to keep your head elevated, which can help you breathe more comfortably.

Steam: Breathing in the steam of warm water, taking a hot shower, or placing a warm wet towel on your face may ease sinus pain and open your nasal passages.

Avoid triggers: If you have an allergy, stay away from the allergens will prevent sinusitis.

How can Spooky2 help with chronic sinusitis?

Frequency healing solution is an alternative solution to traditional medical solution. It does not have any side effects. If you intend to reduce your symptoms of chronic sinusitis in a natural way, frequency healing solution would be a good choice for you.

Spooky2 has the world’s largest frequency database which includes many beneficial frequencies. You can use these frequencies to help yourself, or your family members.

For anyone who wants to help with their sinusitis symptoms, you can type in sinusitis in the Spooky2 database, search for the right frequency program, load to your frequency generator, and your symptoms will be relieved like a miracle.

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  1. Can I use Contact and Tens for sinusitis? If yes where do I apply them in the body?

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