An osteopath spoke about an unexpected reason for constant nasal congestion

IN chronic runny nose in the absence of other signs of a cold, a skull injury may be to blame. The osteopathic doctor is sure of this Vladimir Zhivotov.

This could be a pink injury, or the consequences of blows to the head, the expert clarified.

“Compression of the skull bones during childbirth or blows to the forehead, cheekbones, and nose can displace the bones that form the nasal sinuses. This leads to disruption of the outflow of blood from the mucous membrane. Swelling occurs, the nasal passages become narrower and allow less air to pass through,” Zhivotov explained.

Due to skull injuries, the bite and shape of the face deteriorate, writes Gazeta.Ru. And in view of that. that a person is forced to breathe through his mouth, he has excessive tension in the muscles of the neck and face, which causes a disruption in blood circulation in the skull. As a result, a person ceases to smell, suffers from a constant runny nose and weakness, as well as confusion of thinking.

In this case, you need to consult a doctor who will correct the position of the skull bones and ensure free flow of air, the expert added.

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Specializes in the treatment, diagnosis and prevention of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, including glenohumeral periarthrosis, osteoarthrosis, heel spurs, scoliosis, flat feet, torticollis, clubfoot, etc.

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