acute SinusitisI have been having sinus from the past 5yrs now. I have been using amoxil, nasonex lately to treat it. But it keeps coming back.
I usually have 3-4 times a week. More congestion in the nose and greenish yellow discharge from nose which is often quite thick and difficult to remove from nose.
I do feel loss of energy.I'm just tired of it please suggest.
ghaffar3 on 2009-01-03
Fortunately I have found a remedy recently - slow jogging. I jog in front of a mirror slowly for 5 mins at a time, whenever I can for around 30 mins a day. The cold goes away in 5-6 days.
However, unfortunately, the problem reoccurs everytime I do any of the following and I need another 5-6 days of running to get rid of it again -
1. Exposure to slightest dust
2. Eating curd/yogurd, ice-cream, cold drink, cold desserts, sugarcane juice, milkshakes (all these items are complete taboo unless you want to waste 5 days jogging every time you eat these)
3. Other food items to avoid are - bottleguard, sitafal, watery fruits etc.
4. Milk and milk products (except hot milk with turmeric and ginger powder)
I wish you good luck. I still keep catching cold due to one of the above reasons but I know it'll go away if I jog for 5 days. Hope it'll help you and others who face similar problem like us.
I suspect fast regular running may be a permanent solution for this problem, but having sinus allergy makes me susceptible for Exercise Induced Asthama (EIS). So I am planning to go slowly but gradually to achieve my running targets over next few years.
For dizziness or giddiness that cold causes me, I eat ginger in some form. e.g. ginger candies or ginger powder mixed with sugar and eat. Or ginger tea (boil ginger powder or ginger in water, squeeze few drops of lemon juice, add 2 spoons of honey). Anything with ginger helps me get over my dizziness or giddiness.
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