Question by  Ashik20 (17)

What kind of environmental pollutants can cause sinus problems?


Answer by  Nycherub (47)

There are many triggers for sinus problems, some of which can stem from allergies. There are myriad irritants, including car fumes, pesticides, industrial toxins, cigarette smoke, and city air.


Answer by  Cheryll (152)

Environmental pollutants such as pollens and dust from dried leaves are factors that contribute to allergic reaction that may lead to sinus problems like sinusitis.


Answer by  vaishb88gmailcom (37)

Sinus may be caused due to dust formation in nasal part (sinuses). Sometimes pollen like materials gets accumulated in sinuses may also cause sinus problem.Even fungal infection may cause .


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

The smock emitted by factories and dyeing units in textiles may cause sinus problem.If there are chemical units or water treatment plants near by may cause sinus.

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