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BABA RAMDEV YOGA and AYURVEDIC MEDICINES for SINUSITIS
The sinuses are a connected system of hollow cavities in the skull. The largest sinus cavities are about an inch across. Others are much smaller.
Your cheekbones hold your maxillary sinuses (the largest).
The low-center of your forehead is where your frontal sinuses are located.
Between your eyes are your ethmoid sinuses.
In bones behind your nose are your sphenoid sinuses.
They’re lined with soft, pink tissue called mucosa. Normally, the sinuses are empty except for a thin layer of mucus.
The inside of the nose has ridges called turbinates. Normally these structures help humidify and filter air. A thin wall, called the septum, divides the nose. Most of the sinuses drain into the nose through a small channel or drainage pathway that doctors call the “middle meatus.”
Sinusitis is a fairly common condition in the monsoons. With annoying symptoms like a runny nose, watery eyes and a throbbing headache, sinusitis, for some, can become so severe that it may hamper your daily activities. Blocked sinuses can cause nasal congestion, headaches and sometimes make it hard for you to breathe easily.