Journal of Sinusitis & Migraine is an International Open Access peer reviewed publication that discusses current research and advancements related to Sinusitis & Migraine.
The Journal covers several key aspects in this field by including research on topics like Chronic Rhinosinusitis, Sinus Disease, Sinuses Diagnosis, Sinuses Treatment, Rhinosinusitis, Acute Rhinosinusitis, Autoimmune-Related Sinusitis, Allergy and Sinusitis, Surgical Management of Sinusitis, Aspirin-Exacerbated Respiratory Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, or Ciliary Dysfunction, Physiology of Nose, Immunobiology of Rhinosinusitis, Structural Anomalies of Nose and Sinuses, Biofilms in Chronic Rhinosinusitis, Fungal Sinusitis, Sinus Surgery, Paranasal Sinus, Headache and Sinonasal Disease, Rhinoscopy, Asthma, Wheezy Bronchitis, Tumors of The Nose, The Paranasal Sinuses in Facial Trauma, Hyposmia, Anosmia, Nasal Congestion, Nasal Drainage, Postnasal Drip, Purulent Nasal Secretions, Purulent Posterior Pharyngeal Secretions, Mucosal Erythema, Periorbital Edema, Facial Erythema, Eosinophilia, Nasal Polyposis, Aspirin Sensitivity, Nasal Cytology, and Nasal-Sinus Biopsy.
The Journal encourages advancements in the areas, including Acute Migraine, Chronic Migraine, Migraine Misdiagnosis, Sinus Headache, Primary Headache Disorders, Migraine Tension-Type Headache Tacs Consensus, Diagnostic Tests Brain MRI, Chronic Migraine Constantine, Periodic and Paroxysmal Migraine, Structure of Migraine, Migraine Aura and Classical Migraine, Circumstantial Migraine, Situational Migraine, Migraine Treatment, Migraine Diagnosis, Migraine Triggers, and Headache in the form of research articles, reviews, commentaries, case studies and letters to the editors. The editorial manager system facilitates a user friendly article submission, review and publication. Manuscripts that are thoroughly peer reviewed would ensure the best standards in the industry.
The term cluster itself is referred to as a Group. Cluster headache is more than one headache that usually occurs episodically. Migraine sufferers mostly undergo these cluster headaches. Mostly occurs after 2-3 hours of sleep and is sleep wakening. Where one episode is followed by at least two or three episodes of headache.
Sinus Headaches are caused due to inflammation of mucus lining membranes present in the sinus of the head of an individual. Many people misconceptualize these sinus headaches and many people that suffer migraine feel that they have sinusitis because they feel pain in the facial regions too. But its only the migraine that makes them feel that they have sinusitis.
Sinus pressure is general congestion or uneasiness caused when sinusitis is triggered. Respective of their triggers people develop sinus congestion accordingly. They could be the pressures caused by normal COLD (Common Obstructive Lung Disease), Allergies or Anaphylaxis. Sometimes people develop pressures without involvement of any of these triggers i.e. due to their inner psychological feeling.
Nasal Congestion is a condition where the nasal passages usually get blocked due to the following reasons Common Cold Stuffy noseBlockage of nose All these conditions have one thing in common. That is the swelling of the blood vessels inside the nose. Ethiology could be any respirology related anomaly, which include Sinusitis, cold, flu etc.
One of the major respiratory condition most of the people face throughout their life time. Just like sinusitis Asthma can be caused without a purpose or for unknown reasons. Asthma is the restriction or the obstruction in the air way passage of bronchioles where the person feels a solid discomfort in breathing and may also develop other conditions like Ischaemia, Sinusitis, Chronic Bronchitis.
These can be observed in and by the people that suffer from Migraines. Mostly when the session of migraine starts people start to visualise auras in their vision. Auras are the Chakra like things which are invisible, Its just the visual hallucination of the person.
Nasal Inflamation In most of the cases of sinusitis (acute or chronic) inflammation of muscles of sinus membrane is must. In fact the sinus pain is caused only due to Inflammation.
Facial pain is caused due to Nerve blockage, Nerve damage or Nerve injury where these are the symptoms Migraine, Sinusitis and Trigeminal Neuralgia.
In some people with very less immunity, Common cold can actually act as a trigger for sinusitis mostly. Headache due to cold and cough sometimes turns out to be Migraine Headache.
Triggers are one of the most and common problem faced by both the people who suffer migraine and sinusitis. These could be anything including food we eat, our daily exercises, external environment etc. These trigger the outcome of the Disease.
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Journal of Allergies and Therapy, Journal of Allergies and Therapy, Journal of Pulmonary and Respiratory Medicine, Biochemistry & Pharmacology Open Access, Journal of Neurorehabilitation.
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