Whistling Sinuses, DepressionHello,
I am having problems in my nose and sinus area, a lot of whistling coming from my nose, especially at night and early in the morning,feels blocked up, causes breathing problems, especially when I exert myself physically. My doctor at the VA gave me nosedrops to take one time a day, but it has not done a thing and he is completely hostile to any treatment that is not "conventional."
About my likes and dislikes,I can say that I have been depressed latley, due to the fact my wife and I are so far away from our family and friends who are back where we moved from 6 years ago. I feel anti-social, hypervigilant, unmotivated,
feel as though I am underachieving (wife says I am too much of a perfectionist). I am
depressed even more due to impotence probs caused by blood pressure meds. Right
now, VA doctor is most affordable to me, but he
is not interested in giving
me anything that does not
cause side effects.
My likes are cooking, anything goal-oriented, organizing, fixing things, fishing, being able to travel, something we've not been able to do much. i
feel more comfortable with a small group than among a crowd.
blessme44 on 2005-12-08
problems. Additionally, they did a paint job on all the buildings a few weeks ago, plus there have been chemicals put on the lawns, so we have been exposed to a number of things. Even my wife is having respratory
ailments as well. Can't stop the apartment managmeent from doing what it does, but can anything counteract what may be some side effects caused by this stuff? Would these things add to my whistling sinus difficulties?
blessme44 last decade
new2town last decade
Keep reducing the frequency of the dose as you feel better.
Do not put strong smelling things, like smoke, raw onion,garlic,mint,strong tea/coffee/spices,tooth paste etc., one hour before and after taking medicine, in the mouth.
sahai last decade
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