Both of those diagnoses sound pretty peculiar to me, but I'm not a doctor. Sinusitis isn't actually a disease, it just means your sinus is inflamed, but doesn't tell you why, but it's hard to see what that has to do with the throat and tongue. Neither would reflux affect that area, but even if it did reach the throat area it certainly has nothing to do with the tongue and reflux comes from the digestive tract, not cigarettes. I have no idea why this is happening, but you know, cigarettes will kill you or harm you in ways that are slow and awful. Take it from someone who has lost three family members to it. This is a great thing, really, as nothing is really wrong with you and it will absolutely force you to quit what is a recent habit. The best way to quit smoking when you've only been smoking for a couple of years as opposed to a very long time isn't to take drugs for it and certainly not to vape, which is also taking in the same stuff, but to enter a program that helps people stop smoking, and if it's anxiety that is making it hard to stop or why you started, then treating the anxiety through therapy is also a good idea. I would try to look at this as a Godsend, as the heavens making it impossible for you to do something that is among the worst things humans can do to themselves. Make it a positive thing, not a negative thing -- you're not giving up smoking, you're fixing your throat. What could be better? Peace.