If you smell odors that don't actually exist, there's a good chance you have a condition known as phantosmia. Believe it or not, more than 6% of Americans over age 40 have phantosmia.
Breathing properly through your nose is crucial. By doing so, you can ensure the air stays in your nose for a longer period of time and in turn, increase the amount of oxygen that makes its way into your bloodstream.
You may have suffered or are suffering currently from post-nasal drip, but you didn't even know it.
Even though colds don't usually lead to serious health issues, they can be quite uncomfortable. Fortunately, there are a number of over-the-counter drugs that can relieve cold symptoms and help you feel better.
If you've been facing a runny nose for a while, you may have heard of or tried nasal sprays. Let's take a closer look at the types of nasal sprays available and whether or not it's possible to become addicted to them.