No two cases of sinusitis are exactly alike. While you may have acute sinusitis, a friend or relative may be living with chronic sinusitis.
Your body is home to about 100 trillion good bacteria that can be found in your gut. This good bacteria is important for your overall health and survival. To demonstrate why, let's discuss your gut microbiome.
Have you ever been in a social situation and tried to resist the urge to sneeze? If so, does holding back a sneeze to avoid causing a distraction and respect the people around you pose any risks like an exploding head?
Have you ever experienced clogged ears? If so, you likely know that the uncomfortable symptoms like ear pain, dizziness, and muffled hearing they often bring. So, what exactly causes clogged ears?
Loud breathing during sleep that sounds unpleasant is known as snoring. If you snore during most nights, even when you're feeling good and aren't facing any allergy symptoms, you are likely experiencing chronic snoring.
Unfortunately, our sense of smell is often under appreciated until we lose it. Here's a simple treatment that patients can perform in the comfort of their own home.
If you have tonsillitis and your doctor is recommending either antibiotics for a bacterial infection, or simply waiting out a viral infection until symptoms improve, you might get some relief by trying one or more of these remedies.