Stuffy Nose Causes
The causes of a stuffy nose
relate to one or more of the following:
– Inflammation or swelling of the mucosal surfaces (caused by common cold or influenza, reaction to medication, hay fever, sinus infection)
– Excessive production of mucus or sputum (due to allergic reaction, common cold or flu, hay fever).
– Tissue overgrowth (due to deviated septum, nasal polyps, empty nose syndrome)
– Formation of an air-filled cavity within a turbinate in the nose (caused by concha bullosa).
In popular terms, some common causes of stuffy nose are allergies and snoring. However, anxiety and headache (in people with fever or infections) also relate to overbreathing that causes low body O2. Click the next tab to find out the cause of reduced cell oxygenation.
The most common cause of nasal congestion is low oxygen content in the body since it leads to allergies, headaches, poor immune function, frequent infections, various structural abnormalities, anxiety, and other negative effects causing nasal congestion.
But what is the cause of reduced oxygen delivery to tissues of the body? To answer this question, we need to consider clinical results provided on the homepage of NormalBreathing.com.
This video explains how to get rid of a stuffy nose fast with a breathing exercise. Since this remedy works for over 90% of people, it provides one of the causes of nasal congestion.