Sinusitis can lead to secondary infections because the sinus openings become blocked, mucus builds up, and this turns into a breeding ground for bacteria.
Symptoms of acute sinusitis often follow a cold that doesn’t get better, or gets worse after a few days. Some of these symptoms are congestion, nasal discharge, headache, post-nasal drip, sore throat, cough (commonly worse in the evening), and fatigue.
Asthma, allergies, and their triggers, such as indoor air pollution, can also lead to the development of sinusitis. Indoor air pollutants such as tobacco smoke, chemical odors, cooking smoke, dust, and more, exacerbate the symptoms of asthma and allergies. Having a clean, healthy indoor air environment is essential for sufferers of sinusitis.
If you are concerned about the quality of your home’s air, you can get it tested, and then make informed decisions based on the results. Let us help you. Have a HomeAdvice™ indoor air quality test done today in your home – it’s simple, easy, and is typically offered at an affordable or with some providers no cost to you, the homeowner. Find an IAQ expert in your area.
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