Are exercises beneficial for patients with nasal spur? – Dr. Lakshmi Ponnathpur

Exercise itself has no role to play for a patient suffering from nasal spur alone. However if a patient has allergic rhinitis resulting in swelling of the turbinates, which are dynamic tissues then exercise has some role. If the patient has an active lifestyle, to some extent, the turbinates that are swollen and engorged, they shrink in size after exercise. So a patient with septal spur along with allergic rhinitis or vasomotor rhinitis with a…

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Can only decongestants make one breathe better? – Dr. Harihara Murthy

Nasal decongestants are meant to relieve the congestion in the nose and improve the ability to breathe and certainly will relieve obstructions temporarily. Having said that, extensive use of nasal decongestant can be counterproductive and as a result one can have obstruction of the nasal cavity because of the extensive use of nasal decongestants. That’s a paradox. The reason is that there is a tissue tolerance that develops for the medication over a period of…

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Post Op Adenoidectomy: how much pain, what not to eat, what activities to avoid, when is post op

This video is about Post Op Adenoidectomy Pain usually managed by Tylenol/Motrin for 4-5 days Discomfort can be felt anywhere in the head – ear pain, sore throat, headache Recovery feels like a head cold: congestion, post-nasal drip, fatigue Avoid airplanes and swimming until healed (typically 7-10 days) Bad breath can be very dramatic, it will go away when completely healed Temperature up to 101 fairly normal and usually goes down with Tylenol/Motrin Neck Stiffness…

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Reset Acupressure Point for Instant Energy, Dizziness, Tinnitus, Nasal Congestion – Dr Mandell, DC

Here’s an amazing reset point on the top of the head to help vertigo/dizziness, tinnitus, sinus congestion, as well as regaining instant energy. I hope this helps you and please share. Make sure you like us on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motivationaldoc/ Please leave your reviews if you wouldn’t mind taking the time. Thank you. Dr M source

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Is nasal decongestant only treatment option for sinus infection? – Dr. Sreenivasa Murthy T M

Most people misunderstand headache for a sinus problem, but actually sinuses are air filled spaces around your nose. They are air filled spaces in the skull bone. The skull bone in made in such a way around your eyes such that there are 8 places where air is filled up and these air filled spaces are lined with mucosa. Mucosa is the lining of the skin, which contains mucus glands, which secrete mucus. Mucus will…

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Can Turbinate Hypertrophy lead to nasal congestion? – Dr. Satish Babu K

It is actually the other way round. A chronic nasal congestion or inflammation that will proceed turbinate to swell up. As a turbinate that is already swollen up, if it is already congested, can block the nostril completely and lead to breathing issues where the person has to take breath through the mouth. The nasal turbinate hypertrophy most commonly nowadays is seen because of dust allergy and long term exposure to dust in a day…

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Sinus & Head Cold Advice : How to Relieve Sinus & Chest Congestion

To relieve sinus and chest congestion, be sure to stay in a humid environment and clean out the sinuses with a neti pot. Schedule a doctor’s appointment if the symptoms last over three weeks with advice from a pediatrician in this free video on sinus relief. Expert: Dr. David Hill Contact: www.capefearpediatrics.com Bio: Dr. David Hill has more than 14 years of experience as a practicing pediatrician qualified to work with infants through teenagers. Filmmaker:…

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What causes nasal congestion & sneezing every morning? – Dr. Honey Ashok

Usually when you wake up, if you have a sensitive nose, you can have a blocked nose, nasal irritation sneezing and running nose. This is due to allergies. What happens is when you wake up, there is a sudden change in the temperature and also congestion inside the nose and that irritation also causes the nasal sinuses and the turbines to become congested, swollen up, which causes the irritation and the severe bouts of sneezing….

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How to get immediate relief from sinus congestion with cough? – Dr. Sreenivasa Murthy T M

Anybody who has sinusitis will have nasal congestion. Nasal congestion means nose block, some pain, running nose, discharge, headache. Sometimes they will have what we call as a post nasal drip, that is nasal secretion is dripping from the back of your throat causing a sore throat and if the symptoms do not come down with regular home remedies, paracetamol, antihistamines like avil, cetirizine, steam inhalation, saline water gargling, betadine gargling. Then obviously you have…

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How to manage nasal congestion with tonsillitis in kids? – Dr. Satish Babu K

Nasal congestion is quite common in tonsillitis or any other upper respiratory tract infection especially so in children and since the passage is smaller, it gives a lot of trouble especially in children and especially young children and these infections or inflammations are associated with some swelling s which will again compromise the airway a little. So the kids end up having also little difficulty in breathing and they even tend to open the mouth…

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