Causes Nasal Congestion And Thickened Mucus?
I want to ask why my nose is always blocked and my snot is thick. What happened to my nose, please let me know
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Nasal congestion and thickened mucus are typical symptoms that occur due to disorders of the upper respiratory tract, specifically the nose. Among the possible causes are:
viral infection. Viral infections, such as influenza or the flu, usually go away on their own. But it can also come back again if your immune system decreases. Allergies. Just like viral infections, allergies can't go away, but can be avoided. Everyone has allergies to something different, but the symptoms are more or less the same Sinus inflammation. Sinuses are cavities in your facial skull, which are responsible for the production of sound. If there is inflammation due to bacteria or viruses, these symptoms can appear
Our advice, if your condition has been going on for a long time, or if the mucus is yellow or green in color, you should check with your doctor, because you may need prescription drugs from a doctor such as antibiotics.
Meanwhile, you can take drugs that contain antihistamines or decongestants that are sold freely in pharmacies by reading the instructions for use listed, taking a warm bath, consuming enough fluids such as warm water or warm tea, getting enough rest, and continuing to consume nutrient-rich foods such as vegetable and fruit. If you want more information about dealing with nasal congestion, click the following link to our articles on Nasal Congestion and Causes of Congested Nose. Get well soon.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa