Research published in Archives of Internal Medicine and performed by scientists at Georgetown University Medical Center, Shows a link between fatigue, unexplained pain and chronic sinusitis. A study conducted at Harvard had shown that fatigue and pain scores of sinusitis patients were similar or worse than a group 20 years older with lung disease, congestive heart failure, or back pain.
On average, sinus symptoms were nine times more common in patients with unexplained chronic fatigue, and six times more common in patients with unexplained chronic pain that in the control group. Sinus symptoms were also more common in patients with unexplained fatigue than in patients with fatigue explained by illness. Unexplained fatigue can therefore be more closely associated with sinusitis than are other types of fatigue.
More than 20% of the patients in the study meant the criteria for a diagnosis of chronic fatigue syndrome. Most of the chronic fatigue syndrome patients had sinus symptoms.
Nasal washing is sometimes helpful for people suffering sinusitis. SinuCleanse is and all natural nasal wash system. SinuCleanse system provides relief for nasal congestion due to colds, flu, allergies, sinusitis, dry air and rhinitis of pregnancy.
Another product that is sometimes useful for sinusitis sufferers is A.D.P. ( an emulsified oregano extract and A.D.P. is an acronym for "Anti Dysbiosis Product"), and has been used to kill intestinal yeast and parasites. Some practitioners, however, have found it very useful for treating upper respiratory infections and sinusitis.