Acid reflux is a common issue most adults will experience in their lifetimes. But how can you tell the difference between ordinary reflux and the symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)? Sometimes, individuals do not discover they have GERD until problems arise. But usually, GERD is characterized by persistent, reoccurring acid reflux over a long period of time.
Could you have a deviated septum? The shape of the septum, the wall dividing the nasal cavity into two halves, could be the cause of chronic sinusitis. The ideal septum is exactly midline, and separates the left and right sides of the nose into roughly equal sized passageways.