Rhinoplasty Is A Surgery That May Benefit Your Health
Have a breathing problem? Suffering from constant congestion or sinus infections? Are nosebleeds common?
Well, take a deep breath because maybe your problem is right under your nose. Or rather, maybe the problem is your proboscis. Many common breathing problems are related to the nose and rhinoplasty might just inject a breath of fresh air into your life.
You could have been born with a nose that has created these health issues. Or perhaps you have suffered a deviated septum, which has caused the airway in your nose to be blocked. Health problems ranging from snoring to having a hard time breathing could result. Rhinoplasty surgery to fix the deviated septum could correct those abnormalities and allow you to breathe normally.
If you suffer from any of the following, rhinoplasty might be a good option for your future:
* A deviated septum that results in improper breathing and difficulties sleeping, which will leave you lethargic and crabby because of a lack of sleep. Tossing and turning and night will leave you restless and very well could affect your job performance.
* A common side effect from having a deviated septum is an increase in sinus infections, which lead to painful and debilitating headaches. These types of headaches can be crippling, and alone, are reason enough to consider rhinoplasty.
* Sinus passages dry up and result in frequent nosebleeds.
* Improper breathing, nosebleeds and a lack of sleep lower a person’s immune system, which leads to a host of illnesses. Mucus is unable to drain properly providing germs an opportunity to thrive and cause infections.
Rhinoplasty can resolve these issues, but the effects might not be felt for months. Nose reconstruction rebuilds the nasal cavity and this allows the canals to remain relatively free from infection. Keeping the passageway open, lessens the chances that chronic allergies knocking you down.
There is a mental health component of having a “nose job.” If you can avoid the headaches and nosebleeds and get plenty of sleep, you should be able to take advantage of your olfactory senses and feel better about yourself and those around you.
So, if you can’t smell the flowers, you might consider repairing your proboscis.