Natural Remedies — nasal cavity
It is the time to think differently! Nasal irrigation is more important than washing hands in preventing common cold The common cold is the most common disease worldwide. The cost to the U.S. economy due to common colds was more than $40 billion dollars a year as estimated in 2003 by leading investigators at the … Continue reading For common cold nasal irrigation is more important than washing hands
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You know how important for you to have the normal Sense of Smell. The olfactory segment of the nasal cavity is lined with a specialized type of olfactory epithelium, which contains receptors for scents. In humans, the olfactory epithelium measures about 1 square centimeter (on each side) and lies on the roof of the nasal … Continue reading The Sense of Smell
Your nose and ear communicate well through their connection – the Eustachian Tube. On the side walls of the nasopharynx are the openings of the Eustachian tubes, right and left, connecting with the cavity of the middle ear. The middle ear space is the hollowed out portion of the skull bone that contains the hearing … Continue reading The Eustachian Tubes
Many disease-causing microorganisms exist in the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities. The shedding of communicable infectious microorganisms in the nasal and nasopharyngeal cavities causes spreading of the disease from the upper respiratory tract to the lower respiratory tract of the carrier. Shedding also causes the spreading these infectious agents to other people through sneezing and/or coughing … Continue reading The Major Problems of the Cold Viruses are in the Nasal and Nasopharyngeal Cavities
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