What is Sinusitis and What Causes It?

What Is Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is an infection that occurs in the maxillary sinuses or frontal sinuses. Maxillary sinuses are on both sides of the face. Frontal sinuses, on the other hand, can be found on the either side of the nose.

What Causes Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is usually caused by a food intolerance, particularly to dairy or wheat products. Problems such as constipation, (i.e. not passing around 2-3 stools a day), can also lead to this problem. In addition, not drinking enough water throughout the day also could be a cause. One must drink eight glasses of water a day as opposed to soft drinks, tea, or coffee. Issues such as a poor diet can also lead to problems. This can cause a buildup of unhealthy tissue in the body, creating the perfect environment for infections to grow.

Serrapeptase 80,000IU works by clearing out all of the inflammation and mucus. When mucus and problem tissue clear up, it allows the body’s immune system to easily clear infection.


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