Achoo! I can’t breathe
A person suffering from frostbite, broken nose, common cold, sinusitis and nasal polyps has a condition of diseases nose. Nose is a sensitive facial feature used to smell things and as a passage of air that we breath in and out. Sometimes, medical condition can lead to narrowing airway and infections due to pollen, ragweed and grass, pollution, that enters the nose and trigger nasal conditions.
A very familiar scenario
When a person has a sensitive nose, he may have the common diseases nose:
First is the Choanal Atresia, the most common nose disease especially for newborns, a breathing difficulties resulting to bluish color to skin, lips and fingernails due to lack of oxygen. This nose disease also leads to nasal blockage affecting one side of the nose and chest retraction (sinking the chest of the baby as it breathes inward). Although, the cause of Choanal Atresia is unknown, one of the treatment involve is by placing of tube into the baby’s mouth to help him breathe.
Second is allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever, usually have a condition of runny nose, nasal congestion, cough, sneezing and decrease sense of smell and taste others are fatigue, irritability, facial pain, sinus pressure, swollen eyes and drowsiness.
Third is common cold, a very common and viral virus or infection that leads to running nose, nasal congestion, sneezing, sore throat, cough and headache, usually caused by change in weather and low immune system that catches virus or infection so easily.
Fourth are nasal polyps that result from inflamed mucus membranes in the sinuses and nasal passages. Nasal polyps can extend to the opening of the nostril, or even down to the throat, that blocks the nasal passages. Usual symptoms are runny nose with clear or colored mucus, headache, loss of smell and taste, and sinus pressure. Nasal polyps tend to last long period of time and even grow back after medical or surgical treatment.
Fifth is frostbite, a damage tissue from freezing caused by exposure of the skin to extremely cold temperatures for a period of time. The usual treatments are move the patient to warmth, do not walk on frostbitten feet, do not warm by direct heat, do not warm by fire, rest affected area, drink warm fluids, preventive antibiotics and pain medications.
Defeating nose diseases
Nose Diseases and nose viral viruses have a common symptom such as runny nose, headache, cough, body pain and others but, as the other diseases nose it requires:
• Eating of citrus fruits such as oranges, lime, lemon, mandarin and bergamot.
• Drinking lots of water to prevent dehydration and to washed away the mucus and other viruses.
• Take lots of bed rest to help yourself recharge for a faster recovery.
• Drinking medicines such as decongestants, antihistamines and leukotriene (as per prescribe by doctors).
• Go under surgical treatment, if needed and recommended by doctors.
More treatment to keep you safe
There are lots of diseases nose that must be avoided but due to climate change, evolution and man continues to build and discover things, diseases nose becomes more complicated. Things should start on you, despite the given medications, you should also eat lots of fruits and vegetables as a counterpart to help your body recover quickly and build a healthier immune system so that nose diseases won’t be a threat to your healthy and active lifestyle.
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