Category Archives: Breathing issues

A Surprising Reason to Have Your Tonsils Removed

Tonsillectomy is the surgical removal of the tonsils. Found at the back of the throat, tonsils are two oval-shaped nodes of tissue on either side of the throat. While they work to protect the throat from infection, they often become infected themselves. When they are chronically infected along with various other symptoms, tonsillitis is present….  read more

  • Posted on: Nov 25 2014
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What to Know about Deviated Septums

A deviated septum occurs when the bone and cartilage inside the nose becomes crooked or misshapen. While a deviated septum can often make a nose look  crooked and unflattering, it can also cause a patient to experience serious breathing problems. So, what exactly causes a deviated septum? In some cases, the patient is actually born…  read more

  • Posted on: Feb 24 2014
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Snoring and Sleep Apnoea

For many people, snoring is simply an annoyance. For others, snoring is one of the first signs of  sleep apnoea, a potentially serious breathing disorder in which a person’s breathing repeatedly stops and starts  during sleep. Let’s take a closer look at this disorder, and how it can be treated: Sleep apnoea is a serious…  read more

  • Posted on: Jan 28 2014
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