What is Nasal Irrigation?
Mar05

What is Nasal Irrigation?

Many people who are suffering from recurrent sinus congestion due to sinus infections or sinusitis, allergic reaction, sinus irritations, and many more have found that one of the best ways or one of the most effective ways on how to relieve sinus congestion is through nasal irrigation. Nasal irrigation can either be done by a medical professional or it can be easily done by anyone at home. There are even quite a number of physicians...

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Can Chronic Sinusitis Cause Hearing Loss
Nov25

Can Chronic Sinusitis Cause Hearing Loss

Sinus Complications Include Hearing Loss Chronic sinusitis does not last in shorter time interval, but it takes around 8 weeks to eliminate. When it lasts after that long interval, a patient feels as he or she gets free of it for forever, but it is not so. The problem of chronic sinusitis returns frequently and then again it takes same period to last. In that condition, a person mostly remains under sinus complications and many people...

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Acute Sinusitis
Nov23

Acute Sinusitis

Acute sinusitis is one of the 4 different types of sinusitis. Sinusitis is the inflammation of the sinuses that is caused by the clogging of mucous in the sinuses. Sinuses are small cavities around the cheekbones and forehead that are normally filled with air. Normally, the sinuses produce small amounts of mucous that will just drain through the nose, but during sinusitis, sinuses will be filled with mucus, making the sinuses inflamed...

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Home Remedies for Chronic Sinusitis
Nov13

Home Remedies for Chronic Sinusitis

Sinusitis is a medical condition wherein there is an inflammation and swelling of the sinuses or the cavities surrounding the nasal passages. There are two major kinds of sinusitis, depending on how long the sinusitis is persisting, the acute sinusitis and the chronic sinusitis. In acute sinusitis, sinusitis lasts for no longer than 12 weeks or 3 months, while chronic sinusitis is a kind of sinusitis that lasts for 12 weeks or longer...

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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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Septoplasty Post Operative Instructions
Sep04

Septoplasty Post Operative Instructions

Septoplasty An Ultimate Solution For Deviated Septum The correct deviated septum, septoplasty has proved the best solution so far. By reshaping disfigured nose, it gives a new and perfect look to one’s nose. Clearing all internal nasal tissues it cleans up the airway passages by which one breathes comfortably. Many ENT specialists have accepted that septoplasty is capable to cure deviated septum from the root and once a patient gets...

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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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What Is An Antihistamine And How Does It Help With Deviated Septum
Aug10

What Is An Antihistamine And How Does It Help With Deviated Septum

Deviated Septum Can Be Managed With Antihistamine Deviated septum which causes different types of nasal issues like nasal congestion, irritation, itching, disfigured nose, postnasal drip etc. now can be managed with antihistamine. Antihistamine is mainly developed for nasal issues and it has proved a successful medication so far. Many ENT specialists rely on antihistamines and they prescribed it to several issues including some minor...

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Decongestants for Deviated Septum
Aug08

Decongestants for Deviated Septum

Deviated Septum And Decongestants Deviated septum, which is a nasal disorder that occurs due to a facial accident. When nose get injured in an accident, mostly this issue occurs and troubles people in different way. Externally, it does not make any major problem. Only the nose gets disfigured at some extent. Hence internally, one has to face several problems like breathing issue, sleep disorders, sleep apnea, snoring etc. Therefore,...

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Deviated Septum Surgery and Turbinate Reduction
Jul08

Deviated Septum Surgery and Turbinate Reduction

The most effective treatment to correct a deviated septum is septoplasty which is also known as deviated septum surgery. Not all cases of deviated septum are required to undergo septoplasty. Only those cases that cause breathing problems and other symptoms, such as nosebleeds, recurrent nasal infections, ear infections, headaches, nasal congestion, and nasal tenderness. Deviated septum is a condition in which the nasal septum (thin...

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Is A Deviated Septum Considered A Pre-Existing Condition For Health Insurance
Jun29

Is A Deviated Septum Considered A Pre-Existing Condition For Health Insurance

An Exordium To Deviated Septum A deviated septum can be medically defined as the misalignment of the nasal septum; it can be by birth and may happen due to some mishap like road accident. The nasal septum is the bone or cartilage that separates the nasal cavity in the nose. Most people have imbalances of some sort in their breathing passages. It is estimated that 80 percent of people have a misalignment of their nasal septum which...

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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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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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If You Have A Sinus Infection Can You Still Use Sinucleanse
May29

If You Have A Sinus Infection Can You Still Use Sinucleanse

What is Deviated Septum? Basically, deviated septum is referred to a condition wherein nasal septum like cartilage and bone which divide the cavity of the nose nasal from half gets crooked or becomes off center that create breathing problem. Mostly such patients have imbalanced breathing passages which causes difficulty in breathing to them. Some medical research has found that around 80 percent individuals have some kind of nasal...

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How Do You Know If You Have a Deviated Septum?
May28

How Do You Know If You Have a Deviated Septum?

A deviated septum is a medical term referred to a displacement of the nasal septum (thin wall between the right nostril and left nostril) to one side. Ideally, the nasal septum separates both nostrils equally. However, in deviated septum, one nasal passage or nostril is smaller than the other side. People with Deviated Septum There are no symptoms in many cases of deviated septum. In fact, there are a lot of people suffering from...

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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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Deviated Septum Surgery Information and Recovery Time
May22

Deviated Septum Surgery Information and Recovery Time

Deviated septum is a common nasal problem with a deviation or shift of the nasal septum (comprises of 2 bones and a cartilage separating the right nostril from the left nostril). In deviated septum, the nasal septum looks crooked and is not completely located centrally. Deviated septum may be a congenital disorder and is present at birth, or it may be acquired later in life. Sometimes, new born babies can get deviated septum due to...

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Cleaning the Nose after Deviated Septum Surgery
May07

Cleaning the Nose after Deviated Septum Surgery

Cleaning the nose post deviated septum surgery must be done with utmost care. In fact, cleaning after any type of surgery should be done with utmost care, even if it is not deviated septum surgery. Cleaning the nose after the surgery is very important, since patient’s post operation are at a very high risk for acquiring infection. Doctors will prescribe anti-bacterial medications to help in preventing infection and speed up healing...

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Yoga for Deviated Septum Nasal Congestion
Apr04

Yoga for Deviated Septum Nasal Congestion

One of the most common, annoying, and irritating side effect of a deviated septum is nasal congestion. While traditional decongestants work extremely well, if you are looking for a non-medicinal alternative then yoga provides the solution. The Connection between Yoga and Deviated Septum Nasal Congestion Yoga is a tradition developed in India thousands of years ago; it involves the use of meditation and different exercises to ensure...

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