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How do I treat a sinus infection?


Avoid cold and dust. Use doxycycline long time. Use antu histamine.

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Can anybody tell how does the value 8.66 occurred? Tell me from S.. Whats that arc?


It's arcus sinus, which, as opposed to the sinus function, returns the angle.
For example:
sin 30 = 1/2
arc sin 1/2 = 30 deg.

If you want to use a scientific calculator to evaluate your calculations, please make sure to use degrees. These calculators usually have 3 settings: deg (degrees), rad (radians), grad (gradius).
Arc sin, arc cos, atan actg are often referred to sin-1, cos-1 tan-1 ctg-1.

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What are the effects ol low pressure on the human body?


I assume you mean low blood pressure.
For some people, low blood pressure can signal an underlying problem, especially when it drops suddenly or is accompanied by signs and symptoms such as:
  • Dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Fainting (syncope)
  • Lack of concentration
  • Blurred vision
  • Nausea
  • Cold, clammy, pale skin
  • Rapid, shallow breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Depression
  • Thirst
  • If you mean low
    atmospheric pressure
  • When the atmospheric pressure drops, tissues expand. The expansion of tissues in and surrounding joints aggravates the nerves, causing pain. Thus, patients living in geographical locations with a higher atmospheric pressure tend to experience a greater severity of osteoarthritis (pain in the joints due to expansion of tissues). Drops in atmospheric pressure also have an impact on headaches, particularly sinus headaches. When atmospheric pressure drops (such as in an ascending airplane or before a storm), gases in the sinuses and ears are at a higher pressure than those of the surrounding air. The air pressure tries to equalize, causing pain in the face and ears. Those that suffer from chronic sinusitis or have a cold have the most issues, as the air becomes trapped in the sinuses and is unable to equalize.

Jun 29, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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How to calculate sinus


The sinus is a cavity in the nose. The sine is a trigonometric function. If you have a scientific calculator you can enter an angle and get its sine.

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Why would your pulse rate be over 100


There are many reasons for a high pulse rate. Your pulse rate is the same as your heart rate. A common cause is anxiety. A heart rate over 100 is called sinus tachycardia . Sometimes bearing down as if you are having a BM will "reset" the heart. to normal sinus. It is related to vagal nerve stimulus. An obvious reason for increased heart rate would be physical exertion/exercise. Some medications may also cause an increase in heart rate. Sinus medications have been known to cause this. Too much caffeine will also increase the pulse.
There is also a condition called atrial fibrillation or A-fib. If your heart/pulse rate is not beating in a regular rhythm, it may be a-fib and must be evaluated. In any case, if your pulse rate is consistantly above 100/min you should see a cardiologist to determine the cause.

Sep 10, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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What causes sinus headaches?


Sinus headaches can be indicative of a sinus infection. colds, infections or problems with the nasal cavity can lead to an infection and a build up of pressure around the sinus area. This causes bad sinus headaches.

Jan 15, 2013 | Health & Beauty

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Is rainmate good for sinus problems


If you are having issues associated with dry sinus, and it is cold where you are located (with heating unit running), then yes, a humidifier will increase the relative humidity of the air and possibly decrease the issues you have with dry sinus, regardless of manufacturer.
You need to look for a humidifier that provides for a decent humidification rate, in terms of gallons per hour. The higher, the better. And, with that, you want a decent water tank storage amount, or you will be refilling all the time (the smaller the tank, the more often you have to refill.).
Also look for a humidity control, but don't pay a lot for it. The more humid the air, the harder it is for more water to evaporate into it. You would really like around 50%-60% RH in your home.

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