How to Treat Your Sinusitis Without Medications [Podcast 83]

Sinus infections with pain and pressure are all-too-common this time of the year. Please join Kathy and me as we reveal:

  • Why your sinus infection may not be an infection al all
  • What many doctors (even ENTs) may miss when treating sinusitis
  • How to treat your sinus symptoms without using antibiotics
  • How sinus pain may be linked to anxiety
  • Alternative ways of treating your sinus condition.

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5 thoughts on “How to Treat Your Sinusitis Without Medications [Podcast 83]

  1. The comments about reflux contributing to sinusitis made me wonder if changes to posture during sleep (head elevated) and intermittent fasting (avoiding eating several hours before bedtime) might help. I’m a long time CPAP user recently having difficulty with sinusitis and poor sleep. Listened to the entire podcast hoping there would be more discussion of this reflux observation, but there wasn’t

  2. Mr. Line,

    Your suggestions can be tried and can help some people, but if it doesn’t work, then treating any underlying breathing problems may be the next step. The main point I wanted to make is that conservative anti-reflux measures can help, but most people will need to address sleep-breathing issues due to our narrowed upper airway anatomy. Good luck.