The five most common ways people combat their allergy symptoms usually do not provide any relief at all. Here are five common mistakes and advice on how to better control allergy symptoms, including runny nose, sneezing, watery eyes, and headaches.
As the Arizona temperatures soar, water provides a great respite from the heat, cooling your entire body down. Unfortunately, this same water can also lead to an infection in the outer canal of your ear in a condition known as swimmer’s ear.
Snoring among adults is fairly common — about half of us do. Children, however, tend to snore less frequently, and only 1 in 10 does so consistently. If your child snores regularly, it could be a sign of something larger at play. Complicating matters further, snoring could be robbing your child of the restorative sleep they need.
People with Allergies may be at higher risk for contracting COVID-19, because: We are currently in tree pollen season, which means that our immune system may be a little more stressed now than during non-pollen sensitive seasons.
With the heightened awareness of social distancing, we need to think proactively about the little things that we can do AFTER we are exposed to the public. Follow these 3 suggestions to reduce your risk for Covid-19.
In a perfect world, the thin wall that divides your nostrils is perfectly straight, allowing the easy flow of air in and out of your nose. But, the world is full of curveballs, in this case a deviated septum, which leaves you struggling to restore balance.
While people flock to Arizona for the warm year-round temperatures, Mother Nature still works on a seasonal basis, and springtime is full of irritants that, well, spring to life. If you struggle with seasonal allergies, now is the time to prepare yourself and your surroundings for a smooth transition into the season of renewal.
Have you been prescribed an antibiotic or, worse yet, many antibiotics for sinus infections? Many people suffer from sinusitis and are treated with antibiotic after antibiotic only to find themselves stuck in a vicious cycle of antibiotic medicine dependence just to get through the day allowing them to work, care for children, or just to get a good night’s rest.
Do you find yourself constantly grabbing for tissues because of a runny nose? And has this been going on for quite some time — months, or even years? This constant drip may be a case of chronic rhinitis.
If it seems that your child’s life is a constant cycle of ear infections, you may be correct. Children are not only more prone to ear infections than adults, 5 of 6 children will have at least one infection by the time they reach the age of 3.