Adenoid Nasal Polyp Homeopathic treatment

 








Are you distressed from recurrent blockage of nose with or without discharge, difficulty breathing, and a weakened sense of smell? Most people would blame this on allergies or a chronic sinus infection. But in some cases, this may be due to Nasal Polyps. Nasal Polyps are non-cancerous, soft overgrowths that develop within the nose or sinuses. They appear like grapes and can develop single or in clusters. Nasal Polyps are resultant of an allergy that weakens the wall of the nasal mucous membrane causing ballooning of this wall followed by filling of the sac with a liquid. Nasal Polyps may become bulky enough to entirely occlude the nasal passages, blocking the pathways where the sinuses drain into the nose. They are a mass of tissue, located in the passage that connects the back of the nasal cavaty to the throat. Adenoids - which are also called nasopharyngeal tonsils but are separate from the tonsils in the throat. Although tonsils are visible when the mouth is wide open, adenoids need a small mirror and a special scope.The main function of adenoids is to produce the defence cells and fight infections like bacteria and viruses that one breathes in or swallows. By making antibodies, they help the young child's body fight respiratory tract infections. Children are born with adenoids which are quite small. Adenoids get less vital as the child grows older and the body builds other mechanisms to fight germs. It is during the growth phase that adenoids can potentially cause problems. Both the adenoids and tonsils get enlarged when they get infected with bacteria. Mostly they return back to their original size once the infection is over; however, in some cases they tend to remain enlarged when infections are frequent or chronic.



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