nasal congestion

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nasal congestion

ENT Difficulty in nasal breathing, due to an ↑ vascular thickness of nasal mucosa. See Nasal stuffiness.

nasal congestion

Swelling (OEDEMA) of the mucous membrane lining the nose, usually as a result of inflammation from a common cold virus infection or from HISTAMINE released as an allergic response to tree or grass pollen grains. Nasal congestion can be relieved temporarily by decongestant drugs.
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The red, stuffy nose rubbed raw from boxes of tissues, the fever that leaves you huddled in bed feeling cold one minute and hot the next, and the cough that lingers for weeks.
Clifford Bassett, said, 'For the more than 50 million Americans who suffer from allergies, the burden is more than just a stuffy nose.
Colorful and very creative illustrations of fifty different monsters personify a large range of possible nuisances -- from a stuffy nose to a thunderstorm to lice.
Summary: Symptoms include sneezing, runny or stuffy nose, and itchy eyes
And when your child is coming down with a cold, substitute with the Stuffy Nose & Cough regimen.
Not only do these high temperatures make it difficult to go on with day to day errands, chores and work schedules, it's the dust that is causing allergies with symptoms such as sneezing, irritant cough, breathlessness, nose bleeds, itchy eyes, stuffy nose and sinuses causing headaches.
The steam from the warm water can help free your nasal passages, so a stuffy nose or congested head won't slow you down in rehearsals or shows.
Dogs can be ill and not show signs, such as coughing, fever and stuffy nose.
It can cause fever, headache, tiredness, runny or stuffy nose, sore throat, coughing, aches, and pain.
When you have a stuffy nose, what do you think happens to your sense of taste?
The most common problems are pain at the injection site, stuffy nose, headache, or cough.
Inhaling pollen can inflame airways of affected people and this also results in constriction of the airways which limits the flow of air into and out of the lungs - causing symptoms such as: sneezing, coughing, runny or stuffy nose, wheezing, watery or itchy eyes, chest tightness, difficulty in breathing.