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Doctor insights on: Facial Exercises For Nose

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Dr. Jack Mutnick
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Nasal (Definition)

NaSal is a nasal preparation which is a kind of ...Read more


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After I exercise area around my nose and lips become very pale while my cheeks and the rest of the face are very red, is that normal?

After I exercise area around my nose and lips become very pale while my cheeks and the rest of the face are very red, is that normal?

Possibly : Blood flow changes during exercise. So long as you are not having any troubling symptoms during exercise, ones that make you stop or feel really bad, then it is most likely normal. If you are having problems with exercise see your doctor. ...Read more

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Are there any nose-shaping exercises?

Are there any nose-shaping exercises?

Some cultures: Some cultures practice nose shaping exercises particularly in the first 3 months of life, and although their effectiveness for ears has been documented, these maneuvers have not been validated in long term studies. ...Read more

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I want to reduce. Face's fat basically nose's fat but naturally nd how?

I want to reduce. Face's fat basically nose's fat but naturally nd how?

Diet and Weight: Before losing weight, check out www.Female.Webmd.Com/weight-loss and get advice from your doctor. Often young people today are trying to lose too much too quickly. You should think about your body mass index. ...Read more

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I touched a public doorknob and railing with my outside of my sweater and then touched my nose and face with the same sweater, will I get sick?

I touched a public doorknob and railing with my outside of my sweater and then  touched my nose and face with the same sweater, will I get sick?

No risk: Contact like this rarely transmits any infection. In fact, it is quite abnormal to be worried about such things. Are you often afraid of such things? Is it affecting your life and happiness? If so, discuss w/ your doctor. Abnormal fear of contagion can be an early sign of serious mental health problems. (For an excellent example where it can lead, see "The Aviator", the biopic of Howard Hughes.) ...Read more