Constantly blowing up your nose is sometimes called as a habit by your doctor, though sometimes it really is.
But in some cases a habit tag leads to neglection of the severe trouble that is happening to your sinuses

In anatomy, a sinus is a cavity within a bone or other tissue. Most are commonly found in the bones of the face and connecting with the nasal cavities.

“Europian guy who was told that blowing nose is a habit later found that he is asthmatic.”

This report has not been there all alone. There are way too many countless cases like that in the world.

The most common cause is due to some allergies.

These allergies may be cause by dust, pollen, mold, pet dander, and anything or everything else under the sun.

There may be a hell lot of reasons for you mucus production house being so superactive or what the doctors say an OVERACTIVE SINUSES.


Sinus Problems May Be Categorized As

Most sinus sufferers typically deal with a variety of nasal ailments that are triggered by the following:

1.) Allergic Rhinitis

2.) Post-nasal Drip

3.) Overactive Sinuses – Overactive sinuses are another common cause of sinus problems. It doesn’t seem to matter what you do, your nose is running or mucous is draining into the back of your throat. Overactive sinuses can be triggered by anything and often seem to be worse after eating or when just waking in the morning.

4.) Chronic Sinus Infections – Chronic sinus infections are an issue for many people. Symptoms include pressure and pain in the sinus area, stuffed nose, green or brown discharge from the nose, and postnasal drip.

5.) Chronic Sinusitis

Despite Of These, There Are Few Food  Allergies Also.
There is nothing like common food product which causes allergy, as you might be searching through internet.

Only 1% to 2% percent of all adults are allergic to foods or food additives.
8% of children under age six have adverse reactions to ingested foods but of that 8%, only 2% to 5% have confirmed food allergies.

The most common symptoms of food allergy involve the skin and
intestines. Skin reactions include
rashes (hives and eczema), while
intestinal symptoms typically include vomiting, nausea, stomach cramps, indigestion and/or diarrhea. Other
symptoms can be swelling of the
tongue, lips or throat; asthma, with coughing or wheezing;

Rhinitis, often including itchy, stuffy, runny nose and
sneezing; loss of blood pressure; and rarely, anaphylaxis, a severe allergic reaction that may be life threatening.

Because these symptoms can be
caused by a number of different
diseases other than food allergy, your physician may want to evaluate you to rule out the source of your problem.


Your sinus swelling can be a side
effect of many medical conditions.
They include acute, sub acute, and
chronic symptoms , which depend on how long you’ve been suffering.

A list of these conditions includes, but is not limited to, the following:

a. Viral infection

b. Bacterial infection

c. Fungal invasion

d. Mold allergy

e. Environmental or airborne allergies

f. Anatomical variations in facial

g. Autoimmune diseases

h. Dental health issues

i. Asthma

Till now you have studied about all possible causes.
Consult your GP to find out yours, insist your doctor that what you do doesn’t seems to be a habit, there must be something.

By far a healthy way to keep sinuses fine is under your belt.

The method is called



Chronic sinus or allergy problems
can leave you feeling as though your nose is perpetually stuffed.

To breathe freely again, many sinus sufferers rely on nasal irrigation, a technique that flushes out clogged nasal passages using a saltwater

I find it to be the first line of defense in dealing with complicated sinus problems and allergy problems.

Particularly if you are developing
congestion or have a sinus infection, it’s very helpful.

Several different types of products
can be used for nasal irrigation. The most basic are a bulb syringe,
squeeze bottle, or neti pot.

With these devices, the user manually pours or sprays a mixture of salt and water into the nostril. The fluid flows through the nasal cavity and into the other nostril.

More high-tech nasal irrigation systems propel the solution into the nose, allowing the user to control the spray and pressure.

The basic technique with all the
devices is the same, so choosing a system is largely a matter of
personal preference.

I think the most important thing is finding a
technique that the patient can do and is willing to do.

Disclaimer: Always prefer to consult a doctor rather than searching over internet for cure of severe or chronic problems caused by any organ of your body. This article do not suggest or prescribe any remedy over the one that has been prescribed by your doctor. The article is only written for the sake of creating awareness.

Stay Fit And Healthy 🙂

Thank You

‘-.- Vishal Gaur -.-‘

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