If it comes to nasal congestion, then a picture of a cold person appears in my head instantly. Unhappy necessarily keeps a thermometer in one hand, showing the temperature, and in the other a bunch of handkerchiefs, with which he wipes a red, swollen nose. Familiar, is not it?
But nasal congestion is not always accompanied by a cold. Moreover, the absence of normal breathing is not always a symptom of a cold. So, what can the nasal congestion signal without a cold? And is it possible to ignore such a symptom? Continue reading