Nasal obstruction, commonly known as stuffy nose, wrongly seems a common symptom, because it has a great importance because of its impact on nose and sinus but also the rest of the head and neck, ears, larynx, and pharynx . In fact, 20,000 liters of air every day through the nasal cavity. Nasal obstruction results in a poor ventilation of nasal cavity, in a poor pressure on sinus and requires the use of mouth breathing. Rarely isolated, nasal obstruction is often accompanied by other complaints more or less annoying as runny nose, headache, sneezing, some pain or reduction of smell.

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