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Making Healthy Life Choices in 2015

If making healthier life choices in 2015 tops your New Year’s resolution list, make sure it includes improving your ENT health–that of your ears, nose and throat. Healthier changes that can improve your physical and mental health can also improve your ENT health.

If you have had more than your fair share of sinus issues this year, here are some things you do to ensure you will need a lot less tissues in 2015.

Steps to Healthier Sinuses

Keep your sinuses healthy by incorporating the following practices into your normal routine:

If sinus problems persist, see a qualified ENT doctor. There may be an underlying condition causing your sinus problems that require more extensive treatment, such as a deviated septum or nasal polyps. Whatever the cause, the ENT doctor will determine the best treatment option for you.

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