Natural Cures for Nasal Blockage
Nov03

Natural Cures for Nasal Blockage

There are a lot of different reasons for nasal blockage. Treatments or remedies for nasal blockage will greatly depend on the exact causative factor. There are 2 major types of treatments for nasal blockage, the medical treatment and the surgical treatment. When your nasal blockage is in need to undergo surgical treatment just for your nasal breathing to improve, then most likely, the cause of your nasal blockage is a deviated septum...

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Cures for Nasal Blockage
Oct29

Cures for Nasal Blockage

Nasal blockage can be caused by many different causative factors. Depending on the exact cause of the nasal blockage, treatment modalities or therapies will differ, may it be surgical treatments or medical treatments. When surgical treatment for nasal blockage, one of the most common causes is deviated septum. Deviated septum is a medical condition wherein there is an anatomical abnormality in the nasal septum (thin cartilage...

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Nasal Blockage and Deviated Septum
Oct23

Nasal Blockage and Deviated Septum

Not all people realize how important it is to normally breathe through the nose. Many people realize the importance of normal nasal breathing only when they will suffer from nasal obstruction. There are several possible causes for nasal obstruction, which can then cause mild nasal obstruction to severe nasal obstruction. The treatment or remedy for the nasal obstruction will greatly depend on the causative factor of the condition. ...

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What Causes Bags Under The Eyes
Jul19

What Causes Bags Under The Eyes

Several Things Cause Dark Puffy Eye Bags As we age our skin loses elasticity. The eyelid muscles becomes weak, lose their tone and forms bags under the eyes. Sometimes fat and fluid accumulates in these bags and causes puffiness or swelling around the eyes. This condition is very common in old age people but, sometimes due to some medical complications young generation can also experience it. Have you ever thought of what are the main...

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Deviated Septum And Singing
Jul10

Deviated Septum And Singing

Evaluation Is Necessary To Detect Actual Problem Many people assume that having a deviated septum can affect voice or an ability to sing. But, what is the reality as if it is true or just a superstition. It is a question to be considered compulsorily. So, to get a right answer, first step that you should take up is to evaluate your problem properly. This evaluation will let you know if your deviated nasal septum is actually a...

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Signs and Symptoms of a Broken Nose
Jun23

Signs and Symptoms of a Broken Nose

One of the most common facial fractures is a broken nose or nasal fracture. Nasal fracture can be caused by a physical trauma to the face, which may be due to physical fights, vehicular accidents, from contact sports, and other situations that can hit the face or nose hard. A broken nose will really hurt and it will usually bleed and swell. However, not all signs and symptoms of a broken nose or nasal fracture can appear immediately....

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Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum
May12

Broken Nose Can Cause Deviated Septum

Broken nose or nasal fracture can cause deviated septum when left untreated. According to Mayo Clinic website, the term nasal fracture is referred to a crack or break in any of the bones in the nose, as a result of a trauma or accident. Symptoms of a nasal fracture include nose tenderness, crooked nose, epistaxis or nosebleeds, and runny nose. Aside from those mentioned symptoms of a broken nose, it can also lead to nasal swelling,...

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Causes of a Deviated Septum in Babies
Mar11

Causes of a Deviated Septum in Babies

Deviated septum in babies is more common than in adults (most deviated septum’s tend to form in childhood and continue into adulthood). The reason is because of their malleable septum’s along with the ease with which they manage to expose their faces to trauma of different sources. Causes of a Deviated Septum in Babies While the reasons behind the deviated septum may differ according to the child, the main reason why a deviated septum...

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Headaches Triggered by a Deviated Septum
Nov29

Headaches Triggered by a Deviated Septum

Different types of headaches can be triggered by a deviated septum based on the amount of deviation and your general fitness. The nasal septum’s main function is to divide the nose into two equal halves to allow for optimum and smooth flow of air into the lungs. If you suffer any trauma to the nose in an accident then your nasal septum may shift from the midline and become deviated. A deviated septum will not allow for smooth...

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How to Find out If your Congested Nose is due to a Deviated Septum or Enlarged Turbinates
Oct27

How to Find out If your Congested Nose is due to a Deviated Septum or Enlarged Turbinates

If you frequently suffer from a congested nose, you may think it is because of a deviated septum. However there may be another cause, enlarged turbinates. This article will give you information on the turbinates as well as the deviated septum. Nasal Septum Deviation The septum inside your nose is composed of both cartilage and bone. Its main function is to divide your nose into two equal halves i.e. the left and right breathing...

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Is There A Connection between a Deviated Septum and Snoring?
Sep06

Is There A Connection between a Deviated Septum and Snoring?

The nasal septum is the wall which divides the nasal cavity into its two halves, thus providing its shape. It is made up of a central supporting skeleton which is covered on both sides by a mucous membrane. The front portion of this is firm and bendable since it is made up of cartilage and skin. This septum when deviated results in a number of medical conditions. Snoring: Snoring is caused when an obstruction in the air passageway...

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Deviated Septum Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
Aug10

Deviated Septum Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

Deviated Septum : The shape of the nasal cavity is very important for both cosmetic and medical reasons. The nasal septum is the wall which divides the nasal cavity into its two halves, thus providing its shape. It is made up of a central supporting skeleton which is covered on both sides by a mucous membrane. The front portion of this is firm and bendable since it is made up of cartilage and skin. The ideal nasal septum is exactly...

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