Sinusitis Treatment Blog

Cold Weather and Your Sinuses

 

With cold weather settling in here in New York, many people are finding that their sinuses are giving them trouble. Not all sinus issues in fall and winter are the result of flu season. Sinusitis is an inflammation of the sinuses and can be caused by infection, allergy, or injury. Cold weather typically brings in…

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Brace Yourself for Fall Allergy Season

 

Autumn has arrived bringing in football season, weekend adventures, and fall allergy season. Millions of Americans suffer from hay fever, with the highest onset being in October. If you’ve ever wondered why some people suffer from allergies while others do not, it is due to an anomaly in the immune system. While the immune system…

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Sinusitis and Headaches

 

One of the most frustrating things to occur to anyone on the planet is a congested nose that you cannot breathe out of. You can blow your nose 100 times in one day, but you cannot clear the stuffy congestion. Sinusitis causes the sinuses to become inflamed and swollen, which causes mucus to build up….

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ClariFix – A Possible Solution For Your Chronic Rhinitis

 

Chronic rhinitis is a post-nasal drip, which is mucus accumulation in the back of your nose and throat. This accumulation drips down from the back of your nose, hence the name “post-nasal drip.” This drip can cause other symptoms to arise, such as a sore throat, cough, or persistent clearing of the throat. The condition…

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Summer’s Humidity And Your Sinuses

 

It’s July in New York! It’s such a fun time of year to celebrate our nation and to be outside. If you struggle with sinus issues, New York’s humidity could be causing you problems, and it’s not a fun time at all. July’s humidity in New York can be brutal. Current Results explains Humidity Levels in…

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If You’re Nervous About Booking Your Summer Vacation

 

If you’re nervous about booking your summer vacation, New York Sinusitis Treatment understands your feelings. It’s common for people to suffer from pain during and after flying on an airplane. When flying is a physically painful experience, it makes booking a summer vacation a weighty decision. “Do I want to travel,” or “Do I want…

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Allergies And Sinusitis

 

Are you experiencing terrible bouts of allergy reactions due to late spring and early summer environmental elements? If you’re suffering from allergy reactions, there’s a good chance you may also experience bouts of sinusitis. Sinusitis occurs when your sinuses swell, usually due to infection or other health problems. Common Sinusitis Symptoms Blocked Or Runny Nose…

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Is Yellow Your Least Favorite Color In The Spring?

 

The color yellow often represents happiness, clarity, optimism and freshness. It is frequently chosen to cheer up a room or piece of art. However, if you are among the many Americans that suffer from seasonal allergies, you may associate the color yellow with pollen. In fact, the allergy symptoms related to yellow pollen may be…

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Common Spring Breathing Issues

 

Spring is a great time. New life is erupting all around us, and warmer temperatures invite us outside to enjoy spring’s new growth and beauty. However, when being outdoors and the scents of spring collide, it can cause big problems for people who suffer from seasonal allergies. Pollen is one of the biggest causes of…

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Understanding Your Turbinate

 

Dr. Greg Levitin, at New York Sinusitis Treatment, performs turbinate reduction surgeries. He is happy to provide you with a thorough examination to see if this type of procedure is right for you. He offers an extensive assessment of your condition, which will determine any potential environmental contributors before recommending appropriate treatment. However, you may…

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