While it is always recommended to visit a physician for proper diagnosis and treatment of ENT problems, we understand that there are times when time or money constraints might not permit us to do so right when we start feeling the symptoms. For those times, there are certain natural remedies that might provide temporary relief of symptoms.
Approximately a quarter of expectant mothers suffer from recurrent allergies or allergy symptoms while pregnant. If you find yourself a part of this group, don't worry! There are plenty of ways you can find allergy relief that is safe for you and your child.
Commonly referred to as "ENT doctor" or "ear, nose, and throat doctor," an otolaryngologist is a physician who is medically and surgically trained to treat patients with diseases and disorders of the ear, nose, throat, head, and neck.
Allergy symptoms such as a runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion and watery eyes happen when our body confuses harmless allergens for harmful antigens and releases a substance called histamine into the bloodstream. But what are the allergy causes that make Houstonians red-eyed and sneezy?
"Allergies" "sinusitis" and "congestion" are terms that we tend to use interchangeably on a regular basis even though they are very different. This mistake might not be of much consequence in every-day conversations but it can have a great impact when it comes to figuring out the best treatment for your symptoms.