catarrh


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inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus

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The guide contains personal hygiene, avoiding heat stress, the treatment of muscular stress, as well as the prevention of digestive disorders such as the prevention of food poisoning, acute watery diarrhea, and intestinal catarrh in Hajj.
He added: 'Here at UBTH, we are inundated with patients who have a cold, catarrh and cough.
A UHS spokesman explained that the condition, known as chronic rhinosinusitis, leads to inflammation of the upper airways and causes nasal obstruction, facial pain, nasal discharge, catarrh, and a reduction in sense of smell.
European herbalists boil the root to treat asthma, chronic catarrh, rheumatics, nervous disorders, whooping cough and dropsy (oedema).
Blocked nose, runny nose and/or sneezing, a poor sense of smell and taste which may not always return after treating the polyps, catarrh.
In 1743, what Italians called an influenza di catarro ("epidemic of catarrh") spread across Europe, and the disease came to be known in English as simply "influenza."
This allergy is known as allergic conjunctivitis or spring catarrh, and is caused by an increase in temperature and dust.
An 1899 illustration shows an inhalation machine being used by a toddler with chronic catarrh. These devices were available at chemists, used with a two per cent solution of ammonium chloride.
OLBAS FOR CHILDREN A GENTLE decongestant that relieves stuffy noses and catarrh to ease natural breathing, Olbas for Children is made with a combination of essential pure plant oils, including eucalyptus, mint and clove, and can help support a good night's sleep.
Refractive error was seen in 286 (8.9%); while vernal catarrh was the second most common ocular abnormality with 51 (1.6%) patients followed by squint 16(0.5%).
PS12.95, 60 tablets, naturesbest.co.uk 60 GA an acu ca cca cfo ft GARLIC is as a natural antihistamine that can cut inflammation and catarrh. Up to four capsules a day with food.
THE NATURAL CHOICE AS well as warding off vampires and keeping ghouls at bay, garlic acts as a natural antihistamine, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and decongestant, which may help reduce catarrh. | Holland & Barrett Garlic Oil, PS7.99 for 250 capsules, available from Holland & Barrett stores or online at www.hollandandbarrett.com WIDE-AWAKE REMEDY CARE Allergy Defence is an antihistaminefree nasal spray which claims to remedy hay fever symptoms without causing drowsiness.
Q What is the best treatment for chronic catarrh? A This is difficult as there are no real cures.
I did go through all the phases - blocked nose, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat, funny voice, loss of taste, catarrh then a cough that was dry one minute and something else the next then thinking I was coming out the other side before realising it was starting all over again.