How To Treat Nasal Infections

How To Treat Nasal Infections

Ever had a sinus infection? If so you know the discomfort it can cause. In medical terms, sinusitis, a sinus infection that occurs when the cavities around your nose become swollen and inflamed.


Sinusitis is most often caused by:

  • A virus and can last long after the other symptoms have gone.
  • Fungus or bacteria may cause a sinus infection.
  • Allergies, nasal polyps, a tooth infection, and a deviated septum are other ways in which sinusitis may be triggered.

how-to-stop-a-runny-noseSinusitis is acute if it lasts for a short period.
If the infection continues for more than eight weeks or keeps coming back, you have a chronic disease.


Many symptoms of a sinus infection are common to both the acute and the chronic forms. The best way to know for sure if you have an infection, and to get treatment, is to see your doctor or your pharmacist, such as Asset Chemist.

  • Sinus pressure behind the eyes and the cheeks
  • A runny, stuffy nose that lasts more than a week
  • A worsening headache
  • Fever
  • Cough
  • Bad breath
  • Yellow or green mucus from your nose or back of the throat
  • Tiredness


How to treat sinusitis

How to treat sinusitis

One way to treat a nasal infection is to use a product called Naseptin, which contains an antibiotic and a disinfectant. Naseptin is used to treat and prevent infections in the nose. Naseptin works by killing certain bacteria that cause infections. Another product that can be utilised is Bactroban Nasal ointment, which is an antibacterial. It works by stopping the production of essential proteins needed by the bacteria to survive.

Both the products are available from the Asset Chemist Online Doctor