Re: Highish BP and Chronic Sinusitis
Originally Posted by DWaters11
After my third sinus infection in 6 months my doctor has recommended me to get a CT scan and seen an ENT doctor.
I had frequent sinus infections for decades. I also had allergies. I also had chronically high blood pressure. I learned that, almost every time I had an allergic reaction which caused my sinuses to badly swell, I subsequently also got a sinus infection. At the same time, I've found that some of the same allergens that caused my sinuses to swell also caused higher blood pressure.
I went to many different ENTs, and had CT scans, and tests, and after decades of recurrent sinus infection misery I finally completely stopped my sinus infection nightmare (sinusitis), around 2002, and lowered my blood pressure by avoiding as many allergens and irritants as possible; and by healing the wounds within my sinuses and nasal passages (caused by previous infections
), so that they would no longer be prone to infect.
If you'd care to take a look, I posted a thread, in the Sinus Problems
subject, explaining what I did entitled: Infrequent Sinus Flooding with Peroxide & Baking Soda halted my infection nightmare
at the direct link: http://www.healthboards.com/boards/showthread.php?t=139765
Overcame CHF, A-Fib, HBP, Diabetes, Asthma
⇒ Avoid chemicals;triggers;irritants;toxins
⇒ Taken blood pressure ~31k
⇒ egg, cereal, veggie diet 50% fat;25% carb
⇒ Power walk,Weights,Bike,Steps
Last edited by Machaon; 04-14-2011 at 09:21 AM.