Sinus Bleeding and its Solutions
Sinus Bleeding: Can it be cured?
If you’re reading this, you’ve probably suffered from your fair share of sinus infections in the past. You may even be having one right now.
I can definitely relate to you because I spent most of my life battling one bout of sinusitis after another.
The congestion and the pain were always a horrible combination, plus there were the times when the infection would make my gums and teeth hurt so bad I could barely eat.
But I think the scariest thing that ever happened to me when I had a sinus infection was the day I coughed up blood. There wasn’t very much, just enough to give it a noticeable pink color. Then I blew my nose and saw more blood. This freaked me out because I had never had this happen before.
Now this was one of the worst sinus infections I’d had up until this point, but I don’t think anyone wants to cough or sneeze up blood.
Of course, I went to the doctor who agreed that I did have a sinus infection. He gave me my usual prescriptions and sent me out the door with the assurance that I was going to be fine.
Only after I conducted my own research did I realize that this bleeding is not uncommon with sinus infections.
It would be years later that I would find out how to stop sinus bleeding and sinus infections altogether. But we’ll talk about that in a minute. First, I want to take a few minutes to explain what causes that bleeding in the first place.
The Cause of Sinus Bleeding and Infections
If you suffer from chronic sinus infections, you may have always wondered why.
Now let me tell you. Basically, what happens is that the mucus membranes lining your sinus cavities become inflamed. How does this happen? Well, it can happen any time some type of intruder gets into your body.
Those intruders can be bacteria, viruses, and fungi. The inflammation is caused by your immune system doing its part to flush out the invaders so the membrane swells and mucus production increases.
The result is that you feel awful. Now what sometimes happens is that the swelling in and around your nasal cavities can get so bad that it can impact the capillaries around your nose and can cause them to release blood into your sinuses and nasal passages.
The blood gets mixed into your mucus and comes out either when you sneeze or cough. Sometimes it goes down your throat with the postnasal drip that occurs as the mucus begins to drain.
While small amounts of blood are not a cause for alarm, if you keep finding blood in your mucus or if you seem to be seeing a large quantity of blood, it’s always a good idea to talk to your doctor. There could be something else going on that you should know about and that could be effectively treated . . . unlike most sinus infections.
Generally though most of the cases where you have some blood in the mucus is not going to be a major cause for alarm. However, you should consider it a major wake up call that you end these repeat infections once and for all.
After all, chronic sinus infections can have serious complications, especially if they are not treated effectively. The more you have the worse they are going to become. Trust me. I’ve been where you are now.
The Solution for Sinus Bleeding
As I said above, I don’t have sinus problems any more. And sinus bleeding is definitely a thing of the past. But I didn’t reach this point thanks to my first doctor or my second doctor or even the third doctor I consulted about my chronic sinusitis.
Instead, I found
a radically different approach
to ending my sinus problems that actually worked. Now I don’t have to live in fear of the next sinus headache and I don’t have to worry about saving up all my sick days at work for those once inevitable days of sinus suffering.
I want to tell you how I did it but there’s not enough room in this article. Instead, you can find out more about the steps I took to rid myself of sinus problems for good by simply signing up for my free mini course which entitles you to obtain my brand new sinus wellness e-book as an additional free-of-charge bonus.
These methods helped me, and I’m confident they can help you, too.
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