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POST NASAL DRIP: TURNING OFF THE FAUCETT

04th May 2011
POST NASAL DRIP: TURNING OFF THE FAUCET Everyone has experienced post nasal drip. It is that uncomfortable feeling of mucus fullness that seems to lodge just above the tonsils. It can make you clear your throat constantly to clear away the mucous that ... Read >
Author: John Laurusonis

Eating Certain Foods Can Affect Your Breathing

25th January 2010
Is there a connection between Asthma and Diet? Yes. What you consume very much so affects the functioning of your respiratory organs-it affects everything. Consequently, if one is seeking to control asthma symptoms and attacks, this is the one factor one ... Read >
Author: Bennett Diaz

Do You Recognize The 7 Early Warning Signs Of Catarrh?

02nd March 2007
Catarrh is a mucus discharge or blockage caused by the swelling of the mucous membranes in the nasal and sinus passages. Catarrh is usually associated with the common cold. However, it can be a symptom of other diseases and infections such as sinus infect... Read >
Author: alvin toh

Catarrh What You Need To Know

22nd February 2007
What is catarrh?Catarrh is mucus blockage or discharge often caused by swelling of mucous membranes and by excess mucus. The symptom is frequently associated with a cold but is also found with other conditions such as sinusitis, ear infection, and tonsil ... Read >
Author: alvin toh

Wearing Contacts with Allergies

13th December 2006
Allergy season can be a very trying time for those that wear contact lenses. Often, allergy sufferers have itchy, watery eyes or a buildup of protein deposits which can make it hard to see out of contact lenses and also cause quite a bit of discomfort. Wh... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How to get rid of your hay fever virtually automatically !!

11th March 2006
Hay fever is an allergic reaction to airborne particles that primarily affects the nose and eyes. It is caused by outdoor allergens, and perennial allergic rhinitis by indoor allergens. Symptoms of hay fever resemble a cold, except that they occur onl... Read >
Author: Raymond & Keiko Entwistle
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