People with sinusitis typically have post-nasal drip; over four million physician visits with symptoms like post-nasal drip are diagnosed as chronic sinus inflammation every year. Not only may the nose be runny or blocked, but that mucus buildup can back up into the throat with an annoying drip. While post-nasal drip can clear up on its own in many cases, people who experience regular sinus inflammation may want to use at-home remedies or visit their doctor when they have another flare-up.
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