As soon as the temperatures drop and the winter slowly gets feed many people are afflicted by a cold as every year. Especially symptoms such as runny nose, cough and headaches are while annoying, subside but usually after a few days back. Rhinitis, rhinitis also called, is through the typical runny nose, sneezing, tingling and itching in the nose and swollen nasal passages noticeable, which often difficult breathing through the nose. Colds can occur not only as a side effect of a cold or a flu but also in the context of an allergic reaction. As a symptom of a cold cold subsides usually already again by itself after a few days and it needs no special treatment.
The sniffles, but expands to an infection in the throat nose – and ear and a sinus infection, cause there the use of antibiotics may be necessary. Runny nose occurs as mentioned often as a symptom of a common cold or a flu. The typical Sneezing can be caused by irritation of the nasal mucosa. This is done mostly by dust, toxic fumes, smoke or even dry heating air. In addition, there are also the allergic rhinitis, which can occur in conjunction with an allergic reaction. The mucosa of the nasal sinuses, ignite, it is a so called sinusitis. Most bacteria or viruses are responsible for. Ahead, usually a runny nose during a cold which is spreading inflammation of the nasal mucous membranes in the sinuses is the acute sinus infection.
Symptoms of sinusitis include pain in the face, which is especially amplified when you tilt the head down or jumps up and down, as well as a feeling of pressure on height of the cheeks or forehead. Unlike the transparent aqueous nasal secretions for colds, the secretion with a sinus infection is often purulent yellow and thick. Fever and headache can occur in an acute sinusitis also. As A cold symptom subsides usually already again cold after a few days and it needs no special treatment. The sniffles, but expands to an infection in the throat-nose and ear area and caused an acute sinus infection, where the use of antibiotics may be necessary. Whether the use of antibiotics is necessary, the doctor on the basis of a study to determine. Is sinus infection still in the early stages, decongestant nasal sprays can facilitate a flow of nasal secretions. In addition, anti-inflammatory and mucolytic drugs can speed healing. Gain relief can also steam baths, irrigation with saline solutions and a high air humidity in the rooms. Much drink helps to liquefy the tough mucus.