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How Long Does It Take to Recover from a Sinus Surgery?

With advancements in technology and techniques, recovery time from sinus surgery has decreased over the past decade. Most patients are able to return to work within a few days, but healing differs with each person for a few reasons.
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Allergy

What Are the Four Types of Allergic Reactions?

When your body is hypersensitive to certain stimuli, its negative response can be classified into four distinct types of allergic reaction: anaphylactic, ​​cytotoxic, immunocomplex, or cell-mediated. Each one is triggered in different ways and can manifest differently in each person.
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Can Allergies Cause Loss of Appetite?

By discovering what you’re allergic to and understanding your body’s response, you can avoid contact with the allergen and treat common symptoms to help get your appetite back.
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Allergy

Can You Become Addicted to Nasal Spray? Withdrawal, Side Effects, and More

Nasal sprays can be a quick solution to find relief and breathe a bit easier. But before you reach for the pump bottle, it’s important to understand the different nasal spray options and how your body responds to each one. Nasal spray “addiction” isn’t a true addiction, but overuse can lead to dependency and other serious problems.
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Sinus

Sinus Infection vs. Cold: How to Tell the Difference

When you’re feeling sick, it can be tough to tell whether you are struggling with a sinus infection or the common cold. The symptoms of these conditions can be very similar, but there are important differences between the two and they must be treated differently in order for you to find relief.
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Sinus

How to Relieve Sinus Pain & Pressure: 13 Tips from an ENT Doctor

When you experience sinus pain and pressure, there are likely other symptoms that come along with it. If your discomfort is being caused by a sinus infection or allergies you may also experience related symptoms like exhaustion, sore throat, and headache.
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Allergy

Can Allergies Make You Tired? What You Need to Know About Allergy Fatigue

Allergies can make you feel tired for several different reasons. When the body senses an irritant or allergen, the immune system releases chemicals to try and fight it off. If your body is constantly exposed to allergens the immune system is constantly working hard. This can cause your system to feel overworked and weakened, which can leave your body exhausted.
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Allergy

Anaphylaxis Causes and Risk Factors: What You Need to Know

Anaphylaxis is dangerous, but knowing how to recognize it and taking critical steps to get help can make all the difference. Whether your reaction is caused by food allergies, bee stings, medicines, or other substances, it’s important you take precautions to prevent these reactions and make a plan to deal with any future instances of anaphylaxis. 
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