There’s pounding pressure behind your eyes, you struggle to breathe properly, and your head feels thick and heavy. You’ve got sinusitis again, and you’re struggling to concentrate at work…
Have you ever wondered how sinusitis is linked to “brain fog”?
Sinusitis is the inflammation of the tissues lining the sinuses. The inflammation can present with or without infection and affects the mucous membranes in the sinus cavities of the nose, behind the eyes and in the forehead.
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Chronic sinusitis typically lasts longer than three months and is usually caused by allergies or sensitivity to an environment where there is dust and/or pollen. Chronic sinusitis can also be caused by a physical block in the nasal cavities as result of a deviated septum or a tumour. Nasal polyps can also develop.
The most common symptoms are:
- Thick nasal mucus
- Bad-tasting post-nasal drip
- A congested nose
- Breathing difficulties
- Facial pain around the eyes, particularly across the nose and forehead
- Facial swelling
- Neck pain
If you need clean sinuses then start spraying our Sinus & Hayfever Relief Product into the nose/sinuses – do this as often as needed.
Why does my head feel foggy?
Brain fog is a term used to describe a lack of cognition, inability to concentrate and multi-task, as well as loss of short and long-term memory. Apart from these unwelcome symptoms, there are other links between your sinusitis and brain fog:
A lack of oxygen
Since you are breathing through your mouth, the air is not properly filtered, which compromises your breathing. Your brain is simply not getting enough oxygen, which leads to a lack of concentration.
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If you need clean sinuses hen start spraying our Sinus & Hayfever Relief Product into the nose/sinuses - do this as often as needed.