The Risks of Using Nasal Silicone Implants
Apr06

The Risks of Using Nasal Silicone Implants

Asian Rhinoplasty is one of the most in-demand cosmetic procedures used among Asians. The most common material used in the procedure is Silicon. This cosmetic method is used to enhance the shape of the nose and to make it complimented to the face. However, there are some risks associated with silicon’s nasal implants. Nasal Silicone Implants Deviation Considering that silicone nasal implants recover through encapsulation. The entire...

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Exercise After Septoplasty
Sep15

Exercise After Septoplasty

Can Septoplasty Create Issue While Exercise To permanent treat up deviated septum, septoplasty has proved as an ideal solution as of now, therefore, people suffering from nasal issues, are mostly suggest to have septoplasty to get rid of problems associated with such disorders. Though, it gives favorable results certainly, yet it gives some unfavorable consequences which are also undeniable. Sometimes, septoplasty causes problem while...

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Deviated Septum And Running
Aug29

Deviated Septum And Running

Deviated Septum – An Obstacle In Running The deviated septum is a problem that affects one’s breathing due to the internal nasal disorder. Usually, the person who has deviated septum learns the presence of this disorder very late because initially, it does not cause any serious issues in regular life. But as it increases, it starts causing severe issues like heavy breathing, sleeping issues, nose bleeding, cold and cough, inflammation...

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What Is Deviated Septum Snoring
Aug26

What Is Deviated Septum Snoring

Deviated Septum And Snoring Snoring can be very critical issue if it is a result of deviated septum. In general terms, snoring is nothing but an unpleasant noise created by snorer while sleeping. It does not occur without a reason. Several contributors encourage snoring like obstructive upper airway and nasal issues. Usually, the nasal issues are related to septum disorder which is called as deviated septum because due to septum...

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Sleep Apnea Due To A Deviated Septum
Aug23

Sleep Apnea Due To A Deviated Septum

Deviated Septum Can Cause Sleep Apnea As per the study of Otolaryngology American Academy, around 80% people suffer from deviated septum. The center nose bone is called as septum which segregates two nostrils of the nose. When deviated septum occurs, the septum gets off –center or sometimes crooked. In many deviated septum cases, the issue remains unnoticed as it does not show any particular symptom. However, the consequences of f...

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How Nasal Deviation Linked To Anxiety And Depression
Aug20

How Nasal Deviation Linked To Anxiety And Depression

Can Deviated Septum Cause Depression Or Anxiety If you already suffer from deviated septum, you may understand the severity of this disorder. It is a problem causes unexpected health issues wherein anxiety and depression are big ones. The damaged nasal passages can put psychological effect that leads to headaches, nose bleeding and several other problems.  It may detract the life quality of a sufferer and thus, contributes to promote...

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Can A Deviated Septum Cause Headaches
Aug17

Can A Deviated Septum Cause Headaches

Deviated Septum & Headaches Deviated septum which is a nasal disorder and it is said that 4 out of 5 people are suffering from this problem today. Many patients of deviated septum have made statement that they have got headaches due to their septum disorder. To learn the intensity of this issue, you must understand what septum exactly is and the meaning of deviated septum. So, septum is called to the partition within left and...

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Can a Deviated Septum Cause a Lung Infection
Aug14

Can a Deviated Septum Cause a Lung Infection

Thorough Information On Deviated Septum The deviated septum and nasal septum both are same. The problem occurs in nose and the main reason that cause septum disorder is an accident or any environmental infection. The bone inside the nose is called septum which detaches the sides of nasal cavity. There are several elements around this bone that cover septum naming bendable cartilage, skin and mucus membrane. All of them jointly make...

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How to Reduce Puffy Eyes Due to Sinuses
Jul25

How to Reduce Puffy Eyes Due to Sinuses

Is Your Deviated Septum Causes Puffy Eyes The deviated septum is a condition which is influenced by several elements and there are several consequences of it as well. In such consequences, puffy eyes are one of them.  You must have noticed some kind of puffiness around your eyes when you wake up in the morning and this puffiness definitely does not look good. Having puffy eyes can make your personality look dull and unattractive. So,...

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Risk for Infection in Deviated Septum Surgery
Jun26

Risk for Infection in Deviated Septum Surgery

The most effective treatment considered in correcting a deviated septum is deviated septum surgery or septoplasty. However, not all people who have deviated septum are recommended or advised to go under deviated septum surgery. Deviated septum is a condition wherein the nasal septum (cartilage separating the left and right nostrils equally) is deviated to one side), making it crooked. Most cases of deviated septum does not cause any...

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Does A Deviated Septum & Obstructive Sleep Apnea Make Exercise Difficult
Jun22

Does A Deviated Septum & Obstructive Sleep Apnea Make Exercise Difficult

Deviated Septum & OSA Consequences Deviated septum causes heavy and obstructive breathing and so does sleep apnea. These two mostly create problem in breathing and makes a sufferer feel uneasy. To do a running exercise, it becomes very necessary to breathe properly and your airway passage must not be blocked as it may create serious problem. A person with such breathing issues undergoes a lot of trouble while performing exercises...

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Possible Complications of Deviated Septum Surgery
Jun20

Possible Complications of Deviated Septum Surgery

Deviated septum is a medical condition that is characterized with a nasal septum deviation. Ideally, both left and right nostrils are equally separated by the nasal septum (thin cartilage that is centrally located in the nose). However, in cases of deviated septum, one nostril is smaller than the other nostril, due to the deviation of the nasal septum to one side. If the deviated septum is severe, it can cause breathing problems and...

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Deviated Septum and Ear Infections
Jun17

Deviated Septum and Ear Infections

When the nose’s nostrils (left and right) are not equally separated due to a crooked or deviated nasal septum, then that condition is referred to deviated septum or nasal septum deviation. Normally, the nasal septum is located centrally and divides both right and left nostrils equally. Usually, deviated septum does not produce and symptoms, however, when the case of deviated septum is already severe, which can have effects on a...

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Can A Deviated Septum Affect The Sound Of Your Voice
Jun13

Can A Deviated Septum Affect The Sound Of Your Voice

To Learn Affects, Get Proper Understanding About Deviated Septum Deviated septum is a condition in which the septum gets off-centered and being disfigured, it produces several nasal complications. This defection is a result of varied causes in which sometimes, it constitutes from birth, sometimes, any injury causes this problem and so on. Mainly, this problem can be sorted out with a surgery only.  It accompanies several effects that...

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Are you suffering from Apnea Deviated Septum?
Dec11

Are you suffering from Apnea Deviated Septum?

Apnea Deviated Septum is a combination of the words Sleep apnea & Deviated Septum. Though science is yet to prove it, some doctors in the medical community think that a specific type of sleep apnea may be the result of a deviated septum. What is Sleep Apnea? Sleep apnea is a dangerous medical condition wherein you will stop breathing multiple times in a single night. This condition can cause conditions such as: Blood pressure...

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Effect of a Deviated Septum on the Eyes
Dec02

Effect of a Deviated Septum on the Eyes

Wondering about the effect of a deviated septum on the eyes? Read on to understand the effects caused by a deviated septum. The nasal septum is the bony material which will separate your nose into two equal halves, this will allow for smooth breathing. If this septum is deviated severely in one direction or both, the condition is known as a deviated septum. A deviated septum can be caused due to the following: Trauma to the face Birth...

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