Living with chronic sinusitis is having frequent nasal infections. This sinus problem can be troublesome and hinder life to its fullest. How about more if you have the condition that weakens your muscle movement and at the same time living with chronic sinusitis? How will you manage your sinus infection from this condition called Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)? This article will help you understand what is chronic sinusitis and what it is like for ALS patient.
The central nervous system (CNS) is probably one of the most if not the top sensitive parts of our body. Our mind and body functions simultaneously, thanks to our brain and nerves. However, any disruption, blockage, or destruction in these nerves may lead to problems that affect the whole movement of legs, arms, and voluntary muscles that a person have. ALS or Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis is similar to progressive primary lateral sclerosis as both can hinder neurons for motor movement.