unable to breath through one's nose, therefore becoming a mouth breather.
unable to breath through one's nose.
Possible course of treatment:
most nasal blockage is short lived, namely lasting less than 2 weeks, when one has
the flu or cold. On the side of the inside nose, turbinates filter, humidify, and
warm the air. The turbinates can swell and thereforeblock the nose.
Treatment of antihistamines like
Zyrtec or Claritin and/or prescription nasal sprays that shrink the turbinates
inside the nose and then one can breathe. Another cause is nasal allergy, treatment
discussed above. A deviated septum inside the nose can bend to one side of the nose
or both sides, blocking the air flow, causing nasal blockage. A prescription nasal
spray can help, but surgery to correct the deviated septum is the only permanent