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What Are the Different Kinds of Sleep Apnea?

What Are the Different Kinds of Sleep Apnea?

by Yenny (SU)
Many people have probably heard at least something about sleep apnea. It’s a potentially serious disorder in which your breathing is repeatedly being interrupted while you’re sleeping. It causes you to snore loudly and feel tired even after you’ve had a full night’s sleep.

Nasal Allergies and Snoring: What You Need to Know

Nasal Allergies and Snoring: What You Need to Know

by Yenny (SU)
Seasonal allergies will make you congested, sneezy and sniffly while you’re awake, as you may well know. But did you know the same allergens such as pollen from trees, weed, and grass are also common contributors to bedtime snoring? This can affect your quality of life and play havoc with your sleeping habits, leaving you tired and miserable even after eight hours of shut-eye.

FAQs About Balloon Sinuplasty

FAQs About Balloon Sinuplasty

by Yenny (SU)
If you suffer from chronic sinusitis caused by allergies or infections, you may find relief by undergoing a Balloon Sinuplasty™. Here are some of the questions patients frequently ask about this procedure.

What Is Septoplasty?

What Is Septoplasty?

by Yenny (SU)
Do you have trouble breathing through your nose, have frequent nosebleeds, and/or experience facial pain? It could be that you have a deviated septum. It’s a condition in which one nasal passage is much smaller than the other, either from birth or the result of an injury.

What Could Be Causing Chronic Nasal Congestion?

What Could Be Causing Chronic Nasal Congestion?

by Shearly (SU)
If only I could breathe through my nose right about now, that would be great! How many people have thought this very sentiment? The answer is many, so you are not alone. While we may think of Spring and Summer as the peak times for nasal congestion that is often associated with seasonal allergies, many people experience chronic nasal congestion that could have several different causes.