Sinusi

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SaraFina
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#276 Re: Sinusi

Post by SaraFina » 12/09/2020 17:12

Brus Lee wrote:
12/09/2020 17:08
SaraFina wrote:
12/09/2020 11:11
Ima li neko ovaj neki slučajno? Kako se pokazao? 1,2,3?
Svaki inhalator je dobar. Kompresor vremenom oslabi ali to se desi za par godina i to u zdravstvenim ustanovama gdje se svakodnevno koristi. Ako je za kucnu upotrebu, trajati ce ti 100 godina ;)
Da. Za kućnu upotrebu.
Imam jedan. Ali mi treba i pričuvni. Povoljni su prilično, pa da se obezbijedim.
Hvala.🙃


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#277 Re: Sinusi

Post by macmoodan » 15/09/2020 09:32

Napokon sam našao trajan lijek za polipe, DUPIXENT (dupilumab), samo par hiljada $ u USA, kod nas naravno nema :-?

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#278 Re: Sinusi

Post by -Superhik- » 27/09/2020 16:20

Pomogao mi je takodje i Flonase Nasal Spray koji sam koristio 15 godina dok nisam imao operaciju.
NeilMed Sinus Rinse je isto dobar

https://www.webmd.com/allergies/neti-pots

Nasal Saline Irrigation and Neti Pots
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Relieve Sinus Pressure
Neti Pot
How Nasal Irrigation Works
If you're one of the millions of Americans dealing with sinus problems, you know how miserable facial pain and clogged nasal passages can be. In their search for relief, many sinus sufferers have turned to nasal saline irrigation, a therapy that uses a salt and water solution to flush out the nasal passages.

Although several methods of nasal irrigation exist, one of the most popular is the Neti pot -- a ceramic or plastic pot that looks like a cross between a small teapot and Aladdin's magic lamp. Although nasal irrigation using the Neti pot has been around for centuries, its use is on the rise in the U.S. The Neti pot originally comes from the Ayurvedic/yoga medical tradition.

Does the Neti Pot Really Work?
Some ear, nose, and throat surgeons recommend nasal irrigation with a Neti pot or other method for their patients who've undergone sinus surgery, to clear away crusting in the nasal passages. Many people with sinus symptoms from allergies and environmental irritants also have begun to regularly use the Neti pot or other nasal irrigation devices, claiming that these devices alleviate congestion, and facial pain and pressure. Research backs up these claims, finding that nasal irrigation can be an effective way to relieve sinus symptoms when used along with standard sinus treatments. For some people, nasal irrigation may bring relief of sinus symptoms without the use of medications.

The basic explanation of how the Neti pot works is that it thins mucus and helps flush it out of the nasal passages.

A more biological explanation for how the Neti pot works has to do with tiny, hair-like structures called cilia that line the inside of the nasal and sinus cavities. These cilia wave back and forth to push mucus either to the back of the throat where it can be swallowed, or to the nose to be blown out. Saline solution can help increase the speed and improve coordination of the cilia so that they may more effectively remove the allergens and other irritants that cause sinus problems.

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How Do You Use the Neti Pot?
There aren't any official medical guidelines, but Neti pots usually come with an insert that explains how to use them. You might also want to ask your family doctor or an ear, nose, and throat specialist to talk you through the process so you can get comfortable with the Neti pot before trying it on your own.

Typically, to use the Neti pot or other nasal irrigation device, mix 3 teaspoons of iodide-free, preservative-free salt with 1 teaspoon of baking soda and store in a small clean container. Mix 1 teaspoon of this mixture in 8 ounces of distilled, sterile or previously boiled and cooled water.

If you experience burning or stinging, cut the amounts of dry ingredients to make a weaker solution. For children, use a half-teaspoon with 4 ounces of water.

Once you've filled the Neti pot, tilt your head over the sink at about a 45-degree angle. Place the spout into your top nostril, and gently pour the saline solution into that nostril.

The fluid will flow through your nasal cavity and out the other nostril. It may also run into your throat. If this occurs, just spit it out. Blow your nose to get rid of any remaining liquid, then refill the Neti pot and repeat the process on the other side. It's important to rinse the irrigation device after each use and leave open to air dry.

How Often Do You Need to Use the Neti Pot?
In studies, people suffering from daily sinus symptoms found relief from using the Neti pot or other nasal irrigation system daily. Three times a week was often enough once symptoms subsided.

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Is the Neti Pot Safe?
Research has found that the Neti pot is generally safe. A small number of regular users experience mild side effects, such as nasal irritation and stinging. Nosebleeds can also occur, but they are rare. Reducing the amount of salt in the solution, adjusting the frequency of Neti pot use, and changing the temperature of the water may help to reduce side effects.

To help prevent infection, always use distilled, sterile, or previously boiled water. Also, it's important to properly care for your nasal irrigation device. Either wash the device thoroughly by hand, or put it in the dishwasher if it's dishwasher-safe. Follow by drying the device completely after each use.

If you experience side effects or develop an infection, talk to your doctor.

Where Can I Find a Neti Pot?
Neti pots are available over-the-counter at many drug stores, health food stores, and online retailers. They usually cost between $15 and $30.

WebMD Medical Reference Reviewed by Melinda Ratini, DO, MS on March 03, 2020
Sources © 2020 WebMD, LLC. All rights reserved.
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#279 Re: Sinusi

Post by SaraFina » 27/09/2020 17:01

Kod mene opet problem. Nagle promjene vremena i razlika u temperaturi, dovode me baš do ludila.

Sve sam sklonija i ja mišljenju, da je operativni zahvat jedini izlaz. Samo da korona završi svoje orgije i stanje se normalizira..

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#280 Re: Sinusi

Post by Son1 » 27/09/2020 20:12

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#281 Re:Sinusi

Post by Chersina45 » 10/01/2021 19:44

Pozdrav, želim podijeliti sa vama iskustvo u liječenju kroničnog sinusitisa. Imala sam kronični sinusitis do prije godinu dana. Dobila sam ga kad mi je mali krenuo u vrtić i donosio kojekakve infekcije kući. Te godine popila sam šest doza antibiotika. Probala sam sve i svašta... Evo što mi je pomoglo:

1. Lactobacillus sakei – čisti sinuse i liječi rane u nosu od rinitisa,
2. Bromelain u kombinaciji sa quercetinom – smanjuje upalu u nosu i sinusima,
3. Amino kiselina NAC (n-acetil l-cistein ili acetil cistein) - razrijeđuje sluz, pomaže lakšem disanju.

Na prvom mjestu je L.sakei. Pročitajte više na američkoj stranici Lanto health ili Lanto sinusi. Tamo ćete naći recenzije ljudi koji su izliječili kronični sinusitis pomoću L. sakei. S obzirom da im je proizvod sa porezom i poštarinom jako skupi, možete naručiti poljski proizvod Laktopin putem neke od poljskih apoteka googlajući na google.pl. Poljska Solinea je čini se jedini proizvođač probiotika L. sakei-a u EU.
Bromelain, quercetin i NAC naručite putem Iherba jer su tri puta jeftiniji nego u našim apotekama. (samo pazite na maksimalni iznos narudžbe u vašoj zemlji kako ne bi platili porez i poštarinu).
Više o dobrobiti navedenih dodataka pročitajte na američkim stranicama. Moje iskustvo u liječenju, gdje i kako naručiti proizvode naći ćete ako uguglate „kronični sinusitis blog” na google.hr.
Inače nisam medicinske strukle i ovo nisu liječničćki savjeti nego samo dodaci prehrani koji su mi pomogli kod sinusa.

Ako su navedeni dodaci prehrani meni pomogli vjerujem da će i vama. :)

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#282 Re: Sinusi

Post by Drug Clan » 11/01/2021 23:48

Da li se vama nekad desava da u sekretu koji se sliva iz sinusa u grlo bude krvi i sukrvice? Meni se to pocelo desavati vecinom ujutru kada znam ispljuvati dosta gustog sekreta pomijesanog sa sukrvicom :-?

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#283 Re: Sinusi

Post by akcija007 » 12/01/2021 21:04

@ drugi clan, dogadja . Jaka upala unutra i puknu kapilari u nosu i zato je to. Nista strasno

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#284 Re: Sinusi

Post by dert » 18/01/2021 04:38

operisao prosli mjesec :thumbup: nema vise jebenih bolova, prodisao sve za 10

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#285 Re: Sinusi

Post by PippoInzaghi » 19/01/2021 02:19

Znam da nije bas vezano za sinuse, ali da ne otvaram potpuno drugu temu, naime imam problem sa zlatnim stafilokokom u nosu vec duzi period. Dva puta sam uzimao terapiju preko doktora porodicne medicine, zatim isao privatno kod dr. Geze, nista mi nije pomoglo. Da li je neko imao slican problem, te da li ima preporuku koji lijek da konzumiram, ili kojeg ORL doktora da posjetim? Unaprijed zahvalan!

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