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Sinusitis Treatment

Treatment for sinus infection or chronic sinusitis – Are you the one who always gets cold and allergy attack accompanied with a runny nose, sneezing, red, stuffy nose, facial pressure, facial pain, and discomfort? Then, you could be at risk of having sinusitis or sinus problem – as the symptoms of sinusitis often mimic the symptoms of allergies or cold. Many a time, the majority of us don’t see a doctor and let the condition get properly diagnosed and treated though the treatment for sinusitis is very much possible if it is diagnosed properly in time.

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10 Signs That Your Snoring is a Silent Killer

In our society, snoring is a part of life to be dealt with the snorer and the spouse. People get annoyed with snoring or make fun of it. But nobody is bothered much about its tremendous health hazards. Here are the signs you must check if you are a snorer. If you are experiencing these, you are probably suffering from Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA).

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Hearing loss – Types, Causes and Treatment (Cochlear Implant)

Hearing loss can cause far reaching effects: Irrespective of age, hearing loss can affect anyone at any time. Undiagnosed and untreated hearing loss is associated with social stigma, isolation, depression, low self-esteem, low confidence, risk of falls, accidents, high blood pressure, and other health issues. Whatever may be the consequences of hearing loss, it must be addressed in time to prevent future complications

COCHLEAR IMPLANTS

Indications and devices — Cochlear implants are surgically implanted prosthetic devices that electrically stimulate the cochlear nerve to provide hearing. The device consists of a battery-powered external processor (that looks like a hearing aid), a receiver coil implanted below the scalp, and an electrode inserted directly into the cochlea through a surgical opening. The criteria for selecting cochlear implantation have expanded and continue to evolve. The minimum age for implantation has progressively dropped as implantation at an early age provides superior outcomes. In addition, bilateral implantation offers better sound localization and enhanced ability to understand speech in noisy environments. Deafened children with a variety of additional challenges such as inner ear malformation, cochlear nerve deficiency, and post meningitis cochlear ossification can also be successfully implanted, although candidacy must be individualized and post-implantation rehabilitation can be more challenging.

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