loss of smell

loss of smell

Medtalk Anosmia
References in periodicals archive ?
You must see your GP in the first instance if you want to be referred to an ENT specialist to discuss treatment, but balloon sinuplasty will generally benefit people suffering from: Facial pain, a feeling of pressure, congestion or fullness around the nose; chronic nasal congestion; nasal obstruction or blockage; nasal discharge/purulence; loss of smell or taste; headache; fatigue; dental pain; halitosis (bad breath) ?
Some people may additionally suffer with face pain similar to sinus pain, loss of smell and headaches; however, these are less common symptoms of the allergy and only occur in a small number of cases.
The brain condition, with symptoms including tremors, mood changes, movement difficulties, loss of smell and speech problems, affects almost 130,000 people in the UK.
The loss of smell happens as a result of nerve damage and it can become permanent if smoking is not ceased.
Severe symptoms include sweats, headache, loss of smell and taste, facial pain caused by blocked sinuses, and itchiness in the throat, nose and ears.
Loss of smell and appetite can lead to dehydration and depression.
It could also mean the individual has been exposed to too much pollution, diseases or toxins that may have caused the loss of smell and also results in the loss of life.
Washington, July 22 ( ANI ): A new animal study has revealed the link between a bad diet and a loss of smell for the first time.
The disease also causes loss of smell, kidney failure, breathing problems, loss of balance and seizures.
Unfortunately, researchers found that dogfish sharks can't smell as well in acidic water, and this loss of smell makes it more difficult for them to track and attack prey.
While only some underlying causes such as sinusitis, colds, and zinc deficiency can be treated, diagnosing loss of smell and taste is clinically useful even in the absence of treatment.
It usually begins with mild symptoms that advance slowly, including tremors or shaking in any part of the body when it's at rest, changes in handwriting, loss of smell, trouble sleeping, muscle tension and rigidity, changes or difficulty in walking, constipation, a muffled voice, feeling dizzy and depression.