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Other conditions that may affect the sinus cavities include

Sinus Condition

Description of Condition



  1. Non Allergic Rhinosinusitis
  2. Allergic Rhinosinusitis

This is an inflammation of the mucus membranes lining the nasal passages and is often very contagious.

  1. Exposure to irritants such as dust, pollen or pollution's is often the cause of allergic rhinitis.
  2. Certain bacteria, viruses, molds, fungi and spores are the main culprits for non-allergic rhinosinusitis.

There are three levels of Rhinosinusitis one may experience should no treatment plan be followed.

Acute   Chronic     Recurrent




Tumors in the nasal passages may be malignant or non malignant. This means cancerous or non-cancerous and are most common in the maxillary sinus cavities.

These types of tumors usually have well defined borders and lie flat with the membrane surface. Slight protrusion above the membranes may occur.

Vasomotor Rhinitis (non-allergic rhinitis)



This can be defined as a runny nose or excess clear liquid flowing from the front of the nasal passages. Causes may include temperature changes, sexual arousal, eating of hot or spicy foods or an emotional breakdown.
Meniere's Disease



A loss of hearing, ear pressure or pain, nausea, tinnitus, dizziness or imbalance are all symptoms of meniere's disease. This condition is caused by a damage or disorder in the middle ear.

Increased volume of fluid (endolymph) in the inner ear can cause meniere's disease.

Meniere's disease usually occurs in one ear and if untreated can move to the unaffected ear.

One should always try to avoid too much salt and MSG in their diets if suffering with this condition.

One should also try avoiding all stimulant foods and drinks such as caffeine or tobacco containing products.




Ever felt like the environment around you is spinning or moving even though you are standing still. If so you may have vertigo. During some vertigo attacks, queasiness, nausea or vomiting may occur.
Deviated Nasal Septum



A small bone (the septum) separates the left and right nostrils and then from there, cartage projections divide each section into further compartments.

This septum bone should be straight, however it seldom is. Any deviation of the nasal septum can prevent the efficient movement of mucus past the cavities and out of the nasal passages resulting in congestion, difficulty breathing, snoring and even sleep apnea.




Hyperacusis is a hypersensitivity to normal, everyday sounds.

During hyperacusis, everyday sounds become amplified by the internal ear organs to such an extent that ear pain or ear ache may be experienced.

Halitosis (Bad Breath)


Halitosis is commonly known as bad breath and affects millions world wide. It can be caused by a large number of things. These include: foods, poor dental hygiene, a sinus infection, post nasal drip, gingivitis (gum infection), smoking, alcohol, dry mouth or even thrush in the mouth.
Mint’s and sweets are commonly used to mask the odors, however in severe cases, little if any masking will be achieved.

One of the best ways to ensure long term relief from bad breath is achieved is by treating the underlying cause of the halitosis (bad breath).

In cases where bad breath is caused by sinusitis, the odor may emanate from the nasal passages as well as the mouth.



When someone complains that they are constantly hearing ringing or buzzing noises in quiet environments, they are most probably referring to tinnitus.

Tinnitus can be defined as hearing ringing, buzzing, roaring or hissing noises constantly. These sounds can be subjective (heard internally and not caused by outside factors) or objective (noises are caused by the environment and everyone in that environment can hear the noise).

Tinnitus can be caused by a number of factors: certain medications such as aspirin (in large doses), too much salt in ones diet, trauma to the ear or pinched ear nerves. Ginko biloba has been recommended to help decrease the levels of ones tinnitus.

Sinusitis caused by dental procedures



Our molars (posterior teeth) that run along the top of our jaw have long root systems which can extend into the maxillary sinus cavities. When any dental work is done on these teeth, and aggravation or irritation to the maxillary sinus area can occur causing inflammation to the mucus membrane linings.

When a tooth in this area is extracted, a procedure called a sinus lift may be required to ensure that a barrier is erected in-between the mouth and the sinus cavity as any viruses or bacteria contained in your mouth can spread easily to your maxillary sinus area causing further complications.

Nasal Polyp (Nasal polyposis)



Nasal polyps are soft, jelly like outgrowths of nasal mucus membranes and are a result of a continuous irritation or inflammation to these linings. They can occur in singular or multiple forms and are usually silvery, yellow or grey in colour.

Nasal polyp sufferers often complain of accompanying post nasal drip.

In severe cases untreated sinus conditions can progress and cause further complications of the eye, ears and even the brain

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