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Advanced Cardio Rx

by gold stone (2019-05-05)

As the season moves forward, Advanced Cardio Rx Review and the first batch of illnesses past us; I thought it appropriate to reiterate a earlier thread on "What's In Your Nose: The Mutant Down Under," discussing how sinus infections originate, and what precipitates that infectious process.Colds, and Flus are initiated by viruses, and because of this, once we come in contact with a virus a whole cascade of events begins! Starting with, the inflammation. Inflammation of the sinus cavities causes the swelling and an increase in mucous production. If you are like me, and have a deviated septum, or physiologically designed for poor drainage, then the mucous stays in the sinus cavities where they start to breed bacteria. Once the breeding begins, changes take place in the mucous from the the sinuses, in the form of colors. What the colors can mean:Green mucus is often thick and causes congestion and pressure, and is a sign that an infection is present. This can cause more discomfort as thick mucus is often the primary cause of sinus headaches.Brown or Rust Colored: This is a sign that the sinuses are engorged and blood mingles with the mucous. Smokers will complain of more brown and rust colored findings, because smoking causes more engorgement due to increased irritation of the sinus linings.I stated before in an earlier article, that the best defense for myself has been "sinus irrigation. It's been over three years, and I continue to breath easy. Talk to your physician and see if this is something that he would recommend for you. Just remember, when you have a cold, and there are 300 cold viruses that we come into contact with; you begin the process of inflammatory reactions, this sets you up for the infectious process if the mucous is allowed to sit up in the sinuses.Viralnurse~Infectious Rants, started off as a place to store my thoughts and research. Now, it has come to be a resource hub of information, in order to educate and advocate for people and their health. To get to the heart of the information, and breakthrough the dogma.Let me ask you a simple question. Do you frequently experience a burning sensation in the chest after eating a meal? This sensation can be one of the many acid symptoms you should be aware of, and if it's indeed acid reflux you are suffering from, then you should take steps to control it right away.