Paranasal sinusitis was found during physical examination a few years ago, but it has not been managed. Asthma was found out in May this year, but it has not been confirmed. Is there a relationship between sinusitis and asthma? Should sinusitis be treated?
Hello, sinusitis and asthma are two different diseases. Sinusitis also needs systematic treatment. You should go to the otolaryngology department for examination, and then treat the symptoms. If there is allergic rhinitis, which occurs repeatedly and cannot be cured, it is also easy to cause allergic asthma. Therefore, first of all, you should identify the allergen, stay away from and cut off the allergen, take anti asthma drugs, exercise and avoid catching a cold, A cold can aggravate the symptoms of both diseases.
There is not much correlation between asthma and sinusitis. Sinusitis is caused by bacterial infection, which causes inflammation of the mucosa in the paranasal sinuses. It needs to be treated with antibiotics to control inflammation. Asthma is caused by high-sensitivity reaction of the trachea due to a variety of stimuli. It may also be chronic inflammation, especially the infiltration of inflammatory cells, which changes the ventilation function of the trachea. Asthmatic patients need to use anti asthmatic drugs, Long term application of corresponding drugs and symptomatic drugs as needed.
There is no direct relationship between asthma and sinusitis. The only connection may be that asthma weakens the body, and then the virus infection causes the symptoms of sinusitis. After sinusitis, patients should go to the hospital for examination and treatment in time. Under the guidance of doctors, antibiotics should be used to reduce inflammation. At ordinary times, they should pay attention to keeping warm and avoid catching cold.