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Coughing, sneezing, congestion (that starts in your nose but gets everywhere from your throat to your eyes), fatigue, and maybe a low-grade fever… those are the symptoms of the early season cold that’s going around our part of the world, and there are others in climates colder than Denver. Make sure that your Sinus Flooding […]

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Keep Sinuses Clear

December 13, 2016

It may be a mild flu season with few severe cases, but there are plenty of mild cases with a smattering of mild symptoms like a small cough, runny nose, and/or fatigue. Since those are the flu symptoms that can last the longest, that leaves lots of time for a sinus infection to develop. All […]

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Stock Up to Clear Your Sinuses

September 29, 2016

For some, it’s the breakdown of all the fallen leaves, and a bit of mold and mildew in the air. For others, it could be from a cold passed from a coworker, a school kid, or a fast food worker. For others, it might just be those in-between days—air conditioning during the day and suddenly […]

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Cold Air Congestion?

November 2, 2015

Cold and flu certainly cause congestion, but so does pollution during winter months. With everything working against your sinuses (dry air included), make sure that you take steps to prevent congestion, and to be prepared in case it catches you anyway! First, prevention: Let’s start with the obvious cause: cold and flu. Running a humidifier […]

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Autumn Allergies In High Gear

November 11, 2014

Trees are bare, which means fall leaves are molding, and dust mites, ragweed, and a few other allergens are causing allergies. Most people don’t realise how bad fall allergies are because they spend less time outside, not because the allergens aren’t there. But spending time outside is good in the fall. You’ll get sneaky exercise, […]

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