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This statistics makes sinusitis one of the most common ailments in the United States today. Fully 15 percent of the population suffers from chronic (recurring) sinusitis.
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Ah, spring – warm days, flowers blooming and sinusitis? Yes, the pressure behind your eyes is all too familiar and is often exacerbated in spring if you have any kind of allergy. Sinusitis is quite common among Americans and often leads to lost work and school days.
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If you are suffering from sinusitis that is causing ongoing enervation or exhaustion, this is a dangerous position to take. Your body needs your help to overcome your sinusitis, and your exhaustion is its way of warning you all is not well. In this post, learn about the connections between sinusitis and lack of energy and find out what you can do about it.
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It may seem odd, but using botox treatment on your vocal chords may be the way to go.
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If antibiotics aren't working for sinusitis, here are a few things you can do.
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One of the most common causes of headaches often goes unnoticed by patients – sinusitis.
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People who experience problems with their hearing or their ears in general should immediately see an otolaryngologist, otherwise known as an ENT (ear, nose and throat) doctor. They can determine what is going on and recommend you to an audiologist later, if necessary.
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Have you ever heard that you shouldn't stick q-tips in your ears? Maybe you've even read the back of a box of q-tips. If so, you know that q-tips are not designed to clean your ears. Cleaning your ears with a q-tip may cause damage to the eardrum, and could force earwax further down your ear canal, causing a blockage. Doctors are very serious about proper ear care, and they stress that you should never use a q-tip to clean the earwax from your ears.
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Even though seasonal allergy sufferers face a vicious yearly cycle, there are ways to minimize the severity of their reactions to environmental allergies.
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Snoring is a very common occurrence, affecting nearly 90 percent of adults at one point in their lives or another. Caused by vibrations in the tissues of the upper airway, the rattly sound (sometimes loud, sometimes soft) occurs during sleep, when breathing through the mouth, nose, and throat is not consciously moderated.
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