Seasonal allergies, also known as rhinitis, can be persistent and uncomfortable. But the sniffling and fuzzy brain are nothing compared with what can follow: full-blown sinusitis. Although many patients think of these two ailments as distinct from one another, it’s all too easy for an allergic response to cause a sinus infection.
The best way to prevent allergies from graduating into something more serious is to head off the problem early, by attacking the blocked drainage. If rinses and decongestants cannot do the trick, then it’s time to speak with an expert sinus surgeon about some easy ways to alter the anatomy of the sinuses to promote better drainage.
Contact the Los Angeles Sinus Institute to learn more about the link between allergies and sinusitis today.