Spring and summer may be some of the most beautiful times of the year, but they can be some of the most dreadful times of year for those who suffer from allergies. All of the pollen in the year can be enough to make you want to pull the covers over your head and stay there all day so that you can avoid a runny nose, sneezing, and itchy eyes. However, it is possible to enjoy the outdoors, and life in general, with a few simple tips.
28 May 2017
Obstructive sleep apnea is caused by tissues in your upper airway that block air when you breathe. When you fall asleep, your airway becomes very relaxed and this allows the excess tissues to collapse your airway and cause snoring sounds. There are different treatments for this condition and one of them is a surgical procedure that removes the tissues so they can no longer block your airway and cause apnea. Here is some information about the uvulopalatopharyngoplasty, or UPPP, procedure.
21 May 2017
Itchy, water eyes, sneezing, and a runny nose are common symptoms of allergies. However, most people do not fully understand how they develop this uncomfortable issue. Allergic rhinitis is the immune system's response to fight off an element in your close environment. Also known as hay fever, the symptoms cause a good amount of discomfort. If you are currently suffering with allergies due to pollen, dust, dander, or another element, consider one or more of these tips to find relief from your symptoms.
3 May 2017
If you work in a loud factory where your ears are constantly exposed to noise level above 85 adjusted decibels, or dBA, you may be worried about possible damage to your hearing. If so, use one or more of the following three tips to protect your hearing while working in an excessively noisy factory. Avoid Playing Music to Drown Out the Noise While you may be tempted to put on your headphones and play loud music to drown out the factory's noise, you should think twice before doing so.
1 May 2017