Snoring? Just say “OOOMMM”

You probably already know that I recommend “ooommm” for speeding the nasal cilia. Read on to see why it also helps snoring. This is important because the latest research shows that even minor snoring can result in reflux, hypertension, stroke, and even much worse – an...

Post nasal drip

Post nasal drip is an unscientific term that refers to the sensation of thick phlegm in the throat, which can become infected. It is annoying because normally the throat is moistened by the nasal secretions and throat mucous glands. This is part of the mucous –...

Sinusitis for Patients

What Exactly is Sinusitis? Healthy sinuses are covered with mucous membrane, moist, delicate tissue with microscopic moving hairs called cilia, covered by thin mucous. The nasal and sinus cilia move back and forth like tiny oars, constantly moving the mucous to flush...

Empty Nose Syndrome

What Is Empty Nose Syndrome? What are Turbinates? Turbinate Surgeries How do you prevent ENS? Treatment What Is Empty Nose Syndrome? The nasal turbinates are shelf-like structures in the nasal cavity (which begins where the inside of your nose enters your head). They...

Nosebleeds

Do you get Nosebleeds? When the nose is dry and crusted, it may bleed, especially if one goes to a dry or cold area at high altitude. For the acute nose bleed try nose drops, such as Neosynephrine 1/4% . Place on cotton, place the cotton in the nose and press gently...

Snoring and What to do About it

Why do we snore? In deep sleep the muscles of the tongue, throat and roof of mouth relax and allow the tongue and soft palate and uvula to fall backward. The heavier the person is, the more overweight, the more this backward fall can close the breathing passage. In a...