A Surgeon Explains Deviated Septums & Sleep Apnea

A deviated septum and sleep apnea are two common medical conditions that affect your ability to breathe correctly. But are they related? Can a deviated septum cause sleep apnea? The short answer is no, a deviated septum can’t cause sleep…

A calendar with a date being circled, showing how often you should get botox.

How Often Should You Get Botox Touched Up?

Botox is undoubtedly the number one non-invasive procedure in 2022. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, over 7.4 million people in the U.S. receive Botox treatments in a single year. And unlike a decade ago, many of the…

A man holds his ear while experiencing sudden hearing loss in one ear.

Sudden Hearing Loss in One Ear: Causes and Treatments

If you have sudden hearing loss in one ear, you’re right to be concerned, but it’s best not to jump to conclusions. Sudden hearing loss in one ear is relatively uncommon, but in most instances, it’s not permanent and is…

A young woman receives botox from her doctor after reading about the benefits of botox.

6 Benefits of That Botox Treatment You’re Considering

Botox has been around long enough that most people with any concern over facial wrinkles have at least considered it. Botox injections are, in fact, very effective at improving the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Beyond that, Botox can…

A woman lays in bed, frustrated and exhausted after another poor night's sleep due to symptoms of asthma and sleep apnea.

What You Need to Know About Asthma and Sleep Apnea

Did you know that if you have asthma, you also have an increased risk of developing sleep apnea, and vice versa? Research indicates asthma and sleep apnea are indirectly connected, and each condition can potentially exacerbate the other. Although other…

A mother smiles with her daughter, able to breathe easy, and happy with the results of following the VivAer post-op instructions.

VivAer Post-Op Instructions for a Comfortable Recovery

Persistent nasal congestion can have a significant impact on your life. Whether you experience fatigue from poor quality sleep or struggle with the constant discomfort of breathing through your mouth, not being able to breathe well through your nose can…

A man wearing a grey shirt holds his nose, which is stuffy due to swollen turbinates.

Your Options for Treating Swollen Turbinates

Being able to breathe through your nose is easy to take for granted. But when structures within your nasal passageways swell and impede normal breathing, it’s impossible to ignore. Among those structures are turbinates. Swollen turbinates make your nose feel…

A woman with a sinus pressure headache holds her nose in pain.

How Sinus Pressure Headaches Happen (Plus What to Do)

You’ve probably experienced a headache before. Whether it’s a migraine, cluster headache, tension headache, or some other type of headache, none are pleasant.  Sinus pressure headaches are a common type of headache occurring in the face that many people live…

An ENT doctor sits at her desk, taking notes on a patient's chart near a model of the ear, nose, throat, and neck.

What Is an ENT Doctor and When Should You See One?

The human body is made up of a vast network of interconnected systems, a complex machine capable of healing itself, growing new tissue, and fighting off disease. It’s so complicated and mysterious that despite studying it for generations, we still…

A man sits up on his bed, struggling to sleep because he can't breathe through his nose when lying down.

Can’t Breathe Through Your Nose When Lying Down?

Few things are as uncomfortable as being unable to breathe while you’re lying down. If you can relate, you might assume nasal problems are causing your breathing issues. In many cases that’s true, but other medical conditions can also contribute.…

A woman holds her throat when trying to figure out if she needs to worry about her thyroid nodules.

When to Worry About Thyroid Nodules

Though thyroid nodules don’t make the news very often, they’re incredibly common. According to the American Thyroid Association, half of all Americans will develop at least one thyroid nodule by the time they’re 60. The risk increases with age, so…

A woman flying with a sinus infection sits on the plane pinching the bridge of her nose.

A Doctor Gives 4 Tips for Flying With a Sinus Infection

If you’ve ever flown with a sinus infection, you’re probably not in a hurry to repeat the experience. Flying with a sinus infection can be intensely painful, but what if you can’t avoid the trip? Can anything make the flight…

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