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Anything that causes swelling of the lining of the sinuses – the mucous membranes – may result in obstruction of drainage and subsequent infection. The liquid produced by the inflammation and blockage feeds bacteria, which can lead to an infection. The most common predisposing factor to acute bacterial sinusitis is viral respiratory infection (the common cold). In chronic cases, low immune function as well as hay fever and food allergies are often important factors.


Various measures can be taken, though: local application of heat, local use of volatile oils and botanicals with antibacterial properties, and immune system support. Homeopathic preparations have an antiviral and antiphlogistic effect on sinusitis and can alleviate discomfort.


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