Dry, polluted air, mixed with pollens and all of the airborne particles
during the summer months can irritate and inflame the mucous membrane. This inflammation creates headaches, pain and pressure along with many other symptoms. It also will handcuff the cilia. What are cilia? Think of cilia as thousands of waving, microscopic hairs lining your sinuses (mucous membrane). The cilia’s function is to sweep unwanted debris from your mucous membrane. With irritants and unwanted particles, there is a heavier production of mucous. With more mucous production and all of the side effects that histamine produces, the cilia can become clogged. Before long, your sinuses become a stagnant cesspool – which turns into a sinus infection.
Many who suffer from allergies also develop a sinus infection during the summer. One way to avoid the allergy-to-sinus infection cycle is to use the Sinupulse pulsatile irrigation and to follow the steps in Dr. Ivker’s Quick Fix Report (you can receive this free report here ).
The key to avoiding a sinus infection is to have an aggressive offense. Dr. Ivker’s Quick Fix Report outlines the steps to take the offensive measures. By eliminating the inflammation of the mucous membrane and keeping the cilia in top shape to flush irritants from the sinuses, you should avoid getting an infection. You should also feel better this summer than in summers past. Don’t let the symptoms you know too well from hay fever control your summer.
Take the offensive and enjoy a great summer!