For Release: March 15, 2012
The Nose Knows
If you’re being treated for sinus problems two or three times a season, it may be time to see a specialist, according to QC Otolaryngologist Ralph R. Tyner, MD.
(Davenport, IA) – Breathing, blowing, smelling and sneezing are, to most people, the nose’s main functions.
Any of them can be more difficult when the sinuses are inflamed and can’t drain properly. Commonly, a cold will stuff up an adult’s nose two or three times a year, according to the American Academy of Otolaryngology. And of course, allergies can also clog the works, especially when pollen counts head upward in the spring and summer months. Read the rest of this entry »