Deviated Septum Laser Surgery| The Future of Deviated Septum Surgery?
Nov08

Deviated Septum Laser Surgery| The Future of Deviated Septum Surgery?

In this article I will be giving information on deviated septum laser surgery. A deviated septum is a medical condition, where your nasal septum will get deviated either due to trauma or other reasons. This shift from the central midline based on severity will cause various problems such as: Nose bleeds Recurring sinus infections Severe nasal congestion If you visit an ENT specialist, the doctor will advise you to undergo septoplasty....

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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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Disadvantages of Breathing from Your Mouth & a Deviated Nasal Septum
Oct15

Disadvantages of Breathing from Your Mouth & a Deviated Nasal Septum

A deviated nasal septum will cause many symptoms such as: Severe congestion Headaches Nose bleeds Recurring sinus infections Of all the above conditions, a severe nasal congestion is the most common. This causes most people who suffer from a deviated septum to breathe from their mouths. Disadvantages of Breathing through your Mouth If you are forced to breathe through your mouth because of a deviated septum, then you may suffer from...

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Classification & Types of Deviated Septums
Oct12

Classification & Types of Deviated Septums

What is a Deviated Septum? A deviated septum is a condition where in the nasal septum deviates in one direction. Usually the deviation is very small and no treatment is required. However if the deviation is severe the deviated septum causes various symptoms such as congestion, sinus infections and nose bleeds. Ever Wondered How Many Types of Deviated Septum are Present? If you have, then this article will give you all of the necessary...

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Tests, Diagnosis and Prevention of a Deviated Septum
Oct09

Tests, Diagnosis and Prevention of a Deviated Septum

What is a Deviated Nasal Septum? A deviated septum is a medical condition which is quite common. People who suffer from the condition tend to have septum’s which are deviated from the central midline. Most of the people who have a deviated septum have no side effects since the deviation is usually not severe. In some cases when the septum is abnormally deviated, it causes side effects such as: Recurring nose bleeds Headaches Snoring...

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What is a Deviated Septum?
Sep27

What is a Deviated Septum?

Did you hear the words “Deviated Septum”, and are wondering what exactly it is, then by the time you finish reading this article, you will know the basics of this condition which is quite common. Definition of a Deviated Septum   A deviated septum is defined as the deviation of the nasal septum because of which the nostrils are separated  into two unequal halves. Ideally speaking, the nasal septum should remain right at the...

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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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Will Yoga Help With Deviated Septum Side Effects?
Aug21

Will Yoga Help With Deviated Septum Side Effects?

Can yoga help to ease the various symptoms of a person suffering with a deviated septum is a question which cannot be easily answered. While purists of science feel the best treatment for a deviated nasal septum is surgery or medication, Yoga advocates believe in a mixture of Ayurvedic medicine and breathing techniques (pranayama). A Deviated Septum is a condition where the thin wall inside the nose, which separates the nostrils, gets...

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Symptoms, Diagnosis of a Deviated Septum
Aug15

Symptoms, Diagnosis of a Deviated Septum

Ever wondered what is a Deviated Nasal Septum? The nasal septum is the central partition of the nose; it is made up of a rubbery substance known as the cartilage, along with the bone. Although the septum is never placed exactly in the middle, in most people it is straight and even if a slight deviation exists, it cannot be noticed by the naked eye.  However in certain rare cases, the septum is bent or deviated in some way or the...

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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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Deviated Septum and Septoplasty

The shape of your nasal cavity could be the cause of chronic sinusitis. The nasal septum is the wall dividing the nasal cavity into halves; it is composed of a central supporting skeleton covered on each side by mucous membrane. The front portion of this natural partition is a firm but bendable structure made mostly of cartilage and is covered by skin that has a substantial supply of blood vessels. The ideal nasal septum is exactly...

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