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Sinus problems were diagnosed by my GP I have spoken to three different doctors as at my surgery you have telephone consultations and most of the doctors work part time. I also wonder if I should see a specialist to have the diagnosis confirmed and to see if there is anything else that can be done. Flying can cause existing sinus problems to get worse and can potentially lead to serious problems.
Squeezing your nose and blowing until you feel a pop (and possibly a rush of air or ringing) in your ears. Vertigo – This is a serious condition which can cause total disorientation, nausea extreme discomfort. Ruptured ear drum – This is typically the most serious short term condition caused by extreme and sustained changes in cabin pressure that cannot be equalized. Tinnitus – short and long term ringing in the ears can result from traveling with sinusitis.
This can happen when bacteria escape into the maxillary sinus, causing tooth ache and seemingly unending sinus problems. It may be the case that you need to have your dental work re-examined if the problem persists and conventional treatment is incapable of combating the sinusitis. If the sinus pressure persists, you may want to get something a little more thorough than nasal sprays.


Information on Sinus Pressure Points should be used in conjunction with professional medical advice. Previously I wrote an article about how to clear Eustachian tubes as I had previously experienced years of torment with mine. I have been using a spray that the doctor gave me and have almost have a course of antibiotics plus I have been steam inhaling and using a salt spray. Excuse me being graphic but the catarrh (this is thick mucous) has eased up plus the awful taste in my mouth and smell in my nose. Originally one of the doctors suggested steroids but I have also have gastritis badly and don’t want to risk upsetting my stomach more than I have to.
I have been tapping indiscriminately as I have heard it helped but did not know how to do it but have now seen your site Any help would be much appreciated. Typically your sinus problem won’t be acute enough to cause severe problems such as a ruptured ear drum. Some find it hard to swallow with nothing in their mouths so if that applies to you, make sure you have some water or other liquid on hand. The dry atmosphere inside planes dries up the sinuses, potentially causing further inflammation. Try a squeezer like the NeilMed Sinus Rinse, which will help to physically clear out the gunk from your sinuses.
It may result in a little more discomfort than usual and you may be best to keep your nasal passages moistened.


I can put up with the pain but am going on a 5 hour flight soon and worried if it is dangerous? This happens automatically when yawning but you can manually do this by mimicking a yawn (moving your jaw down and forwards) as it open the Eustachian tubes. If your sinus problem is very persistent, you will need something more heavy duty like a Sinus Irrigation System. Remember to always ask your doctor if you are unsure and do your best to clear up the sinusitis as much as possible prior to take off. The problem is made worse because the maxillary sinus is very close to the upper teeth and bacteria can pass into the sinus cavity and multiply.
With both of these I would suggest adding in a couple of drops of goldenseal root as it is has fantastic anti-bacterial properties. Antibiotics may not be able to deal with the problem and a colony can sit there for a long time. With all fluid you put into your sinuses, ensure that the water has been properly boiled to avoid potentially fatal contamination passing into the brain.




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