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The first line of the respiratory system is the nose. It is fact that people pick their nose, however very few realize the health problems that can occur from this action. Many young people begin picking their nose and then it becomes a habit, a very unhealthy habit. Here are just some of the health areas affected by picking the nose.
Published by Roberta Baxter 81 months ago in Respiratory Health | +23 votes | 9 comments
A nosebleed is a relatively common occurrence of hemorrhage from the nose, usually noticed when the blood drains out through the nostrils. Sometimes in more severe cases, the blood can come up a nasal duct and out from the eye. Fresh blood and clotted blood can also flow down into the stomach and cause nausea and vomiting. It is very rarely fatal.
Published by Colin Dovey 92 months ago in Respiratory Health | +21 votes | 13 comments
Why do we yawn? This is a question asked by adults and children alike. There are several theories which might explain what makes people yawn.
Published by B W1 91 months ago in Respiratory Health | +20 votes | 11 comments
Post-nasal drip is caused by an over secretion of mucus from the mucus glands located in the nose, throat and mouth. Most cases of post-nasal drip can be controlled by some simple home treatments.
Published by Jerry Walch 91 months ago in Respiratory Health | +14 votes | 7 comments
We may not be aware of it, but we breathe at a rate of 15 times per minute. When we are happy, we breathe in a rhythmic, deep and slow manner; when we are sad, we do so in a tense or depressed, gasping, sighing, shallow, fast and uneven way. Actually, we can control our breathing. A closer look at how nature designed our bodies reveals that man was meant to breathe primarily with his diaphragm, not his ribcages and clavicles.
Published by Ron Siojo 108 months ago in Respiratory Health | +14 votes | 6 comments
Some of the common known causes that trigger Asthma are heavy and continuous smoking, Dust,Pollen, Animal fur,insecticdes and pesticides and also emotional stress. Symptoms include coughing,wheezing,tightness in the chest and shortness of breath.There are many myths surrounding Asthma and people tend to fear and take far too many precautions therby making the person suffering from Asrhma become even more stressed which slowly deteriorates the quality of life of the person suffering from Asthma.
Published by Kiran 85 months ago in Respiratory Health | +11 votes | 5 comments
Our sense of smell also plays an important role in sexual attraction! Similarly, the sense of taste is the crudest of our five senses. Here are some interesting facts about smell and taste receptors. What is it we smell? How taste works?
Published by Mr Ghaz 102 months ago in Respiratory Health | +11 votes | 6 comments
Practice the habit of breathing properly. Control breathing means learning to control the way we exhale and not the way we inhale.
Published by Aileen P. N. 102 months ago in Respiratory Health | +9 votes | 5 comments
Everyone sneezes from time to time; it’s how the body expels germs and allergens that can make us sick. We have nose hairs that block most of the debris that gets sucked up into it when we breathe. Still, even with those hairs some small debris still manages to enter into our nose and gets drawn into our respiratory tract. This article will address allergic responses, nerve stimulation and cleansing the body of carbon dioxide. This article does not include information of severe allergic ...
Published by Charlene Collins 86 months ago in Respiratory Health | +7 votes | 12 comments
We all have to breathe to live, just like any living creature, but what happens when we breathe in air and breathe out carbon dioxide?
Published by Amanda Wilkins 98 months ago in Respiratory Health | +7 votes | 1 comments
A strain of toxic fungus has begun to spread from Vancouver BC into Oregon and other areas of the Northwest. The Cryptococcus gattii fungus can cause serious respiratory illness and death.
Published by Daniel Snyder 112 months ago in Respiratory Health | +7 votes | 6 comments
Spring is in full bloom and so is allergy season! Get out your tissues and over-the-counter medications and be prepared to combat these annoying allergy symptoms of stuffy noses, red watery eyes, itchy throat and stopped up ears.
Published by Janet Hunt 113 months ago in Respiratory Health | +7 votes | 5 comments
The Spanish Flu of 1918 killed more people world-wide than WWI. But what may have helped lesson America's blow was a little blue bottle and it's contents - Vicks VapoRub.
Published by Beverly Anne Sanchez 105 months ago in Respiratory Health | +6 votes | 11 comments
The body system that obtains oxygen from air is called the respiratory system. The movements of breathing suck air into the lungs, where oxygen passes from the air into the blood.
Published by Aileen P. N. 100 months ago in Respiratory Health | +5 votes | 1 comments
The human sense of smell may not seem that impressive, but still many things can go wrong. This article discusses common smell problems: anosmia, or the inability to smell; hyposmia, or a decreased sense of smell; and parosmia, or when things don't smell as they should.
Published by BlaBla 100 months ago in Respiratory Health | +5 votes | 2 comments
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