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Postby reemjhim » Thu Dec 15, 2011 3:31 am

Solution for chronic sinusitis sufferer moving to cold country? I am a chronic sinusitis sufferer who stayed in a warm country , but have the intention to study aboard in a cold country. I am afraid my sinus will worsen during the stay there. What are the things i can do to lessen my condition? What do sinusitis sufferers in cold country do to quicken recovery? Is Warm Moisture Humidifier a good thing in the room?
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Re: sinusitis

Postby Wilberforce » Thu Dec 15, 2011 5:30 pm

Wintertime heated indoor air can become as dry as a desert, increasing chance of colds/flu and dry, cracked (and bleeding) skin!

If you live in the Northern USA or Canada, have a humidifing device installed on your furnace.

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