Blog
Allergies? In the Winter?

Allergies? In the Winter?

Allergies are a tricky thing. Most people experience the worst of them in the spring or early fall months. But for some, winter is just as agonizing of an allergy season as any. Here are some things to know about winter allergies. Blame indoor allergens Because time at home increases…

Read more
Ocular Migraines: What are They?

Ocular Migraines: What are They?

An ocular migraine is a form of migraine that might occur without any accompanying head pain. Various visual symptoms come with them, such as blind spots, visual loss, zig-zag lines, and seeing stars. Here’s what you need to know about ocular migraines from our experts at East Texas Sinus. There…

Read more
Natural Remedies for the Flu

Natural Remedies for the Flu

The flu can be a very unpleasant sickness. And constantly filling your body with medications isn’t always the best experience either. Luckily, there are some natural remedies you can try to relieve some of those nasty symptoms that come with the flu. Here are the flu remedies you can try…

Read more
Postnasal Drip: Natural Remedies

Postnasal Drip: Natural Remedies

Do you ever get a scratchy feeling in your throat or think that you feel liquid dripping down your throat from your nose? That is postnasal drip. It occurs when your nose produces too much mucus, so it runs down your throat. The most common causes of this issue are…

Read more
How is Sleep Apnea Diagnosed?

How is Sleep Apnea Diagnosed?

Sleep apnea symptoms vary, and there are several methods that doctors use to diagnose your condition. The most common way is through a sleep study. Sleep studies are done at home or at a sleep center. East Texas Sinus is here to discuss both, so you know what to expect…

Read more
Nasal Vestibulitis: What is it?

Nasal Vestibulitis: What is it?

In short, nasal vestibulitis (nasal folliculitis) is a rare bacterial infection that occurs at the nose's opening. It usually develops when hair follicles are infected. It typically looks like a pimple or feels like a sore. What causes nasal vestibulitis? There are multiple causes of nasal vestibulitis. Some people are…

Read more
Food Allergy Myths

Food Allergy Myths

Food allergies are a tricky subject. There are many misconceptions people tend to believe that, in reality, are not true at all. Here are some food allergy myths that need debunking! Common Food Allergy Myths Myth: Food allergies and food intolerances are the same things Food allergies tend to be…

Read more
What is Causing my Dizzy Spells

What is Causing my Dizzy Spells

Many parts of your body control your balance, including your inner ears, eyes, brain, and the nerves in your feet and spine. If one of these parts is affected negatively, it could make you feel dizzy. Luckily, we are dizziness experts at East Texas Sinus and Dizziness Center in Longview,…

Read more
Hypersomnia: What Do I Need to Know?

Hypersomnia: What Do I Need to Know?

What is Hypersomnia? Another name for this condition is idiopathic hypersomnia. There are two kinds, but the symptoms are generally the same. The condition itself is a feeling of extreme fatigue, no matter the amount of sleep obtained. Primary hypersomnia is the presence of this issue without accompanying medical conditions.…

Read more
5 Sinuplasty Recovery Tips

5 Sinuplasty Recovery Tips

For people who suffer chronic sinus infections, congestion, and painful pressure, sinuplasty brings with it much-needed relief. However, it is essential to remember that, while minimally invasive, it is still a surgical procedure. So, recovery is incredibly important. Here are 5 recovery tips for recovery from the balloon sinuplasty experts…

Read more