The Sinus Revolution begins when we recognize that even the slightest, seemingly most insignificant symptom should be taken seriously The human body is made to function at an optimal level. That means that with good health, you should not have any aches or pains. You should smell odors clearly, and breathe through your nose comfortably.
However, if any part of your body is not functioning optimally, then you are suffering from some sort of complication.
Many people live with symptoms, yet do not recognize them. They think that they are normal or are experiencing the trials of aging. And while these seemingly inconsequential symptoms may not cause significant pain now, it’s not the way your body was meant to run. Over time, a small inconvenience can easily turn into a larger, more significant health problem.
The first step then is to recognize the symptoms most commonly associated with the nose and the sinuses. When any of these symptoms appear, it is a sign that something in this pathway has gone wrong and can - and should - be corrected.
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