Sinusitis vertigo and dizziness are complications of a sinus infection. Caused by bacteria, a virus, or fungus, sinusitis is inflammation of the sinuses. The sinuses are four hollow cavities in the human skull and are important parts of the immune system as they provide defense against infection. The sinuses are lined with mucous, which expels pollutants and bacteria from the body.
Sinus Infection and Dizziness
Understanding Neck Pain and Dizziness
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7 Sinus Pain Causes, Symptoms & Remedies to Relieve Sinus Pain
Precipitating Factors: Seasonal allergens, such as pollen, molds. Allergies to food are not usually a factor. Treatment: Antihistamine medication; topical, nasal cortisone-related sprays; or desensitization injections. Learn more about the relationship between allergies and headaches.
It occurs when cells release a signal to neutrophils at the site of trauma, causing immediate inflammation. This then allows larger white blood cells leukocytes in the immune system to begin attacking harmful pathogens and dead tissue. The body will then start healing itself by repairing and re-growing cells in the area. We generally associate inflammation with the swelling that occurs at the site of injury such as a puncture wound, scrape to the skin, and muscle strain or sprain. This type of inflammation is known as acute inflammation, and while it can be painful and temporarily inhibiting, can subside with adequate rest and treatment.