Identifying a Problem

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Now that you understand how your entire body is connected to your nose, you can imagine what a healthy respiratory system feels like. When everything is working properly, you should feel alert most of the time. Air should flow freely through your nose to your lungs and you should be able to breathe easily. Mucus should not obstruct your nose, affect your throat, or cause your stomach to act up. At night, you should be able to sleep soundly, unaffected by snoring or restlessness. When you wake up, you should feel refreshed and ready to face another day.

Yet for all the body’s intricate and perfect anatomical structuring, many things can, and often do, go wrong. When the nose and sinuses don’t function as they were intended, the rest of the body suffers. If you feel that your breathing is compromised in any way, day or night, you are probably experiencing a nasal or sinus problem. The good news is that there are effective and permanent treatments for your symptoms and conditions. No matter how awful you feel today, you can feel better by following the suggestions outlined in this site. You can be
treated, either naturally, with medication, or with surgery, depending on the severity of your condition. The knowledge that you have obtained in this category will allow you to understand the different treatment options better and will help you make informed decisions as you make your way back to health.

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