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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What is Sinus Yeast Infection?
Jan10

What is Sinus Yeast Infection?

There are many different types of infection in the sinuses or sinusitis. And some of the most common types of sinus infection according to causative factors are bacterial sinus infection (bacterial sinusitis) and viral sinus infection (viral sinusitis). And if a sinus infection has become chronic that lasts for more than 12 weeks or 3 months, the chronic type of sinus infection may possibly be caused by yeast infections. Not all...

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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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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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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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