Can A Deviated Septum Cause Dark Puffy Bags Around Eyes
Jul17

Can A Deviated Septum Cause Dark Puffy Bags Around Eyes

Puffy Eye Bags & Deviated Septum Puffy bags around the eyes certainly do not like by anyone. But it occurs and affects the beauty of a face badly. It has several causes that promote puffy eye bags and some people believe that deviated septum is one of the causes of eye bags. While it is a truth or just a wrong assumption, is still need to know. In this article, you will get to know various things about these ugly looking eye bags...

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Deviated Septum And Migraines’ Mild Impact
Jun20

Deviated Septum And Migraines’ Mild Impact

Deviated Septum Triggers Migraines When a person faces the issue of deviated septum, it does not only indicate disfiguration of a nose, but several other irritating issues also take place wherein migraine is one of them. Migraine is a condition that causes constant headaches and diminishes person’s ability to focus on day to day activities. It also causes several negative impacts on your body. Recent studies and researches shows that...

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Symptoms of Deviated Septum and Sleep Apnea
Jun11

Symptoms of Deviated Septum and Sleep Apnea

According to the American Academy of Otolaryngology, approximately 80% of the whole population is suffering or have a deviated septum. However, not everyone in the said 80% know that they are suffering from deviated septum, not unless they will exhibit or experience various signs and symptoms. Deviated septum is a condition wherein the nasal septum (cartilage separating the right nostril from the left nostril equally) is displaced to...

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Does Deviated Septum Surgery Cure Sleep Apnea
May24

Does Deviated Septum Surgery Cure Sleep Apnea

Deviated Septum – A Major Cause Of Sleep Apnea Deviated septum is a medical condition in which the bone and the cartilage that is responsible for dividing the nasal cavity of the nostril is considerably skewed or warped giving breathing difficulty. Most people suffer from this sort of unevenness and face breathing problems because of narrow passage in one or the other side of the nostril. Studies have shown that almost 75% of people...

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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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Is your Snoring Due to a Deviated Septum?
Nov14

Is your Snoring Due to a Deviated Septum?

Snoring is a medical condition where due to any obstruction in the air passageway as the respiratory system works, vibrations will be produced, these vibrations are the snores that you hear. Causes of Snoring Snoring can be caused due to a large number of reasons such as: Narrowing of the airway Throat weakness Gathering of fat around the throat Relaxants Sleeping on the back Obstruction of any kind Connection between a Deviated...

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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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How to Understand the Signs & Diagnose a Deviated Septum
Sep18

How to Understand the Signs & Diagnose a Deviated Septum

  The symptoms which you may notice due to a deviated septum occur because of the direct and indirect effects on the proper nasal function because of the deviation. First some background information on the types of deviated septum’s which are present. Classification of Deviated Septum’s Impaction: This condition is marked by an angulation of the nasal septum, this occurs with a spur which is in contact with the lateral wall....

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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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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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