Ever notice how one side of your nose always seems to be more stuffed than the other? What’s up with that? Quick Questions knows!
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before i can sleep both of my nosetril open, and suddenly when i lay down with my right turbinate down it block the right nosetril, the when i turn around my my left turbinate down it block my left nostril and gradually open my right nostril, it is very frustrating every night it cause me anxiety and panic attact, the ent doctors gave me a steroid spray and a saline but not working now they offer a surgery , but i'm worried about surgery that it might end up in Emty Nose Syndrome. Anybody here with the same problem?
i watched this video but i don"t know if it is true https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qoy3BWDisBM
I hate my stupid noes because once I manage to breathe through my right nostril my left nostril stops taking air in. Then when I can breathe through my left nostril my right nostril stops taking air in. I hate my noes no matter what frikn’ cycle it’s trying to do.😡😡😡
I don’t know if it will work for u or not but what i did was lay on left side of bed and covering my nose with other arm and breathing in and out doing it for a few minutes and now my right side is unclogged
Well, it's just about always my left nostril, though I can barely breathe through it anyway. My nasal airway is practically non-functional due to a broken nose when I was very young. My nose is hella crooked as well. But of course my insurance won't pay to fix it, apparently needing a surgery to be able to breathe normally is an 'elective surgery'.
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