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Inflamed mucous membranes

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  • Posted By: mikhail0615
  • January 23, 2013
  • 07:35 PM

I have been treated for what was diagnosed as pudendal neuropathy / pelvic floor inflammatory disease. My symptoms are a continual burning throughout my gastrointestinal tract, urinary tract and in my mouth as well. I have seen a few doctors and no meds have done much of anything aside from painkillers which i am now concerned about. I was brainstorming with myself and thought that this could very well be some sort of autoimmune/allergic disorder and am going to explore that possibility with my doctor. I would be much appreciative if anybody out there could provide me with some feedback on this - is there anybody out there who suffers through this unending burning pain - and if so what have you done for it? mikhail

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  • If you're a sinus sufferer, is there a more nurturing gift you could give yourself than to heal your chronically inflamed, aching, and swollen mucous membrane? This one part of your body has caused you so much discomfort and misery for so many years, aren't you ready for some long-term relief? Give yourself a gift and feel great again.The primary goal of the Sinus Survival Treatment Program is to heal the mucous membrane lining your nose and sinuses, primarily by reducing inflammation. It is the key to relieving those sinus headaches, sinus pain and many other related symptoms. It is the solution to curing chronic sinusitis and preventing sinus infections.The reason this is so critical to your treatment success is because it directly addresses the cause of your problem - a chronically inflamed mucous membrane. This membrane is the outermost layer of the tissue lining the nose, sinuses, and lungs. Acting like a specialized extension of the skin covering the rest of your body, this "skin" helps the nose and sinuses serve as your body's primary air filter in its job of protecting the lungs. When the mucous membrane becomes inflamed it:• swells (causing a stuffy nose, blocked sinuses, and sinus infections, or a feeling of congestion in your whole head);• secretes more mucus (causing postnasal drip and/or a runny nose);• hurts (causing headaches and/or facial pain);• fails to adequately filter, humidify, and warm the air. This is how the nose and sinuses protect the lungs. The mucous membrane may become swollen enough to block the flow of mucus from your sinuses, trapping the stagnant mucus in the sinuses, which then often leads to a sinus infection. Chronically inflamed mucous membranes are the underlying cause for chronic sinusitis becoming the world's most common respiratory condition. The modern day plague of air pollution is most responsible for the chronic inflammation and for causing the filter to become "clogged up." When you consider that you breathe about 23,000 times a day and that most of the air you're breathing (both outdoor and indoor) is filled with pollutants and may also be extremely dry (especially during the winter months), it's easy to understand why your body's air filter is no longer working the way it was meant to. The good news is that you spend most of your time indoors and technology has made it possible to create nearly optimal air conditions, air that is: 1. Clean - you can't see or smell it2. Moist - between 35 and 55% humidity3. Warm - between 65 and 80 degrees4. Oxygen-rich - 100% saturation5. Negative-ion filled air - between 3,000 and 6,000 ions per cubic centimeter.The Sinus Survival Program includes the following recommendations for creating optimal indoor air and healthy mucous membranes:• Negative-ion generator - I recommend the Sinus Survival Air Vitalizeras a highly efficient air cleaner which can clean a room up to 200 square feet. • Air Duct Cleaning - if you have a forced hot-air heating system. • Carpet cleaning - use only environmentally-friendly cleaning agents.• Indoor plants - spider plants, dracaena, chrysthanthemum, Boston fern.• Warm-mist room humidifier• Drinking bottled or filtered water - ½ ounce per pound of body weight.• Sinus Survival Spray - a saline spray containing 4 medicinal herbs (3 of which have an anti-inflammatory effect) - aloe vera, calendula, yarrow leaf, and grapefruit seed extract. • Steam Inhaler • Sinus Survival Eucalyptus oil - a highly medicinal (anti-inflammatory) eucalyptus that is packaged in a spray bottle and can be sprayed onto a tissue and inhaled and/or sprayed into the Steam Inhaler.• Nasal Irrigation - extremely effective method for helping to heal mucous membranes and for quickly resolving sinus infections; most effective irrigating device is the SinuPulse (a state-of-the-art pulsatile irrigator).• Sinupret Plus+ - an herbal tablet that has a powerful antiinflammatory effect.The above list are all essential elements of the Physical and Environmental Health Components of the Sinus Survival Program. They comprise most of il-6 elisa kit the recommendations I make to my patients to heal their mucous membrane by reducing inflammation. If they're followed closely, most people experience a dramatic improvement in their sinus condition within one to two months. All it takes is your comm
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