Sinuswars Home  

Safe, Natural, Trusted by Millions and Clinically Proven
  $5.95 Flat Rate Shipping / $9.95 3-Day Guaranteed (USA)
world wide shipping made easy
 
http://www.sinuswars.com/productcart/pc/viewCart.asp Help Center Sinuswars Check Out Sinuswars View Cart
 
cart
 
SinusWars Facebook SinusWars Twitter Word Press SinusWars Facebook SinusWars Twitter SinusWars Facebook SinusWars Twitter
 
McAfee SECURE sites help keep you safe from identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses and online scams
SinusWars Remedy Finder
Products
About Us
Testimonials
Order Now
What is Sinus?
What is Sinusitis?
Sinus Causes
Sinus Symptoms
Sinus Headache
Nasal Polyps
Post Nasal Drip
Loss of Smell & Taste
Remedy Finder
Distributors
Contact Us
Preventions
Tinnitus
Hayfever
Bad breath
Allergies
Tonsillitis
Ear Infection
Ingredients
Sinus FAQ
 
 
 
 
 

Fungal Sinusitis
 

Fungal sinusitis occurs when the sinus cavities become inflamed due to inhaled fungi. Fungi are plant-like organisms that have no chlorophyll and as a result, they feed from dead organic matter. Just like bacteria, fungi can break down almost every type of complex organic substances. Sometimes fungus begins eating an organism that are still alive, especially when the body's immune system is suppressed and this results in inflammation of the sinus cavities.

Fungi are comfortable in dark and moist environments like sinuses. They are neither animals nor plants and are classified in a category of their own. A warm humid climate may enhance fungal growth and amplify allergic reactions.

They can reproduce in the absence of light or food. Fungus includes- molds, yeasts, mushrooms and puffballs.

Characteristic features of fungal sinusitis have the same signs and symptoms of chronic sinusitis, which is unresponsive to antibiotic therapy.

Types of fungal sinusitis
 

Fungal sinusitis is a serious condition that is either invasive of noninvasive. There are four types of fungal sinusitis and we present them according to whether they are invasive or noninvasive-

-Invasive fungal sinusitis

This condition is typically encountered in patients whose immune system is suppressed and/or have diabetes mellitus, AIDS symptoms and excessive alcohol consumers. Patients who have this condition are generally non allergic and it is common in patients who has chronic sinusitis. Invasive fungal sinusitis is commonly caused by Aspergillus fungus and can be recognized and differentiated from Allergic fungal sinusitis by the following factors.

  • Nasal obstruction
  • One sided facial pain
  • Inability to move the eyes

    There are two types of invasive fungal sinusitis:

    Chronic indolent sinusitis

    This is when fungi invade a patient's body that does not have an immune deficiency. This chronic indolent sinusitis can progress for months to years and leads to chronic headaches and facial swelling.

    Fulminant sinusitis

    This is where fungi invade a patient's body that has a deficient immune system. It can lead to the destruction of the sinuses as well as invade the bony cavities that protect the eyeball and brain.

-Noninvasive fungal sinusitis

Noninvasive fungal sinusitis is more common in patients with allergic rhinitis, asthma, chronic sinusitis and nasal polyps. It also manifest itself through tissue destruction.

There are two types of noninvasive fungal sinusitis:

  Mycetoma fungal sinusitis

It produces clumps of spores within the sinus cavity (maxillary or sphenoid sinuses). The fungus usually does not cause significant inflammatory response, but sinus discomfort can occur. This condition is commonly caused by Fumigatus and Dematiaceous fungus.

Allergic fungal sinusitis

This is an allergic reaction to inhaled environmental fungi floating in the air, which causes thick fungal debris to develop in the sinuses. This condition is commonly caused by the following types of fungi: Culvalaria Lanata, Arspergillus Fumigatus, Bipolaris and Drechslera.

sinuswars1 SinusWars1 - Allergy Force
(All Types of Allergies)
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
ABOUT SINUSWARS1 >>
Ultimate Allergies Remedy


sinuswars14 SinusWars14 - Sinu-Nurse (General Sinusitis) CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT SINUSWARS14 >>
General Sinusitis Remedy

 

 
 
 
 
Credit Cards we Accepted
fff
 
 
Name:
Email:
 
Privacy Assured - We don't share your email address with anyone!  Unsubscribe at any time.
 
Click below to find the range of products
SinusWars1
  Allergy Force
SinusWars2
Post Nasal Drip
SinusWars4
  Ear Warrior
SinusWars70
OriNasal Clear
SinusWars8
Persistent Sinu-Care
SinusWars9
  Headache Warrior
SinusWars10
  Nasal Spray - Allergies, Congestion/Pressure & Headaches
SinusWars11
  Halitosis
SinusWars30
  Loss of Smell and Taste
SinusWars13
  Nasal Polyps
SinusWars14
  Sinu-Nurse
SinusWars7
Super Unblocker
SinusWars25
  OriThroat & Tonsil Care
OriWart Free
Warts
 
 
 
OUR PRODUCTS ASSIST
IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
     
  Provides fast long lasting relief from Sinus Headaches
Solves the underlying cause of Sinus Problems
Treats Sinus Infections
Unblocks; blocked nasal passages
Assists with Post Nasal Drip and Bad Breath
Treats Hayfever/Allergy attacks and Rhinitis
Relieves Sinus Pressure and Pain
Helps shrink and treat Nasal Polyps
Manufactured in a FDA Licensed Manufacturing Facility
 
     
* Success rate is based on recent call centre survey.
McAfee SECURE sites help keep you safe from identity theft, credit card fraud, spyware, spam, viruses and online scams
About SinusWars Customer Service Health Resources Websites Connect We Us
About Us SinusWars Disclaimer Sinus SinusWars.uk FaceBook
Contact Us Privacy Policy Archive   Twitter
SinusWars Home Page   Sinus Newsletter   WordPress
Site Map   Links    
Site Map #2   Links #4    
Site Map #3      
All images, content and products on this site are property of SinusWars LLC and/or the original licensors. All people and images depicted does not suggest any endorsement or usage of our products. Information and content found on the site has been written by professionals and in no way substitutes the advice by your professional doctors. Please seek medical advice from your local GP. All rights reserved. Copyright © 2003-2016 SinusWars LLC
Copyright©SinusWars LLC 2003-2016