Also, do not forget one of the most “clever” diseases, sinusitis, which is characterized by headaches, a nasal voice, heavy breathing, and insensitivity to smells.
The tonsils, which are at risk every winter, are also problematic. Several consecutive periods of sore throat can lead to inflammation of the tonsils or tonsillitis, which may become chronic. Avoid this by consulting a doctor at the first symptoms. Inflammatory diseases of the ear represent one of the most common problems in modern otolaryngology.
If we look at the statistics, we see that the frequency of treatment with acute otitis media (AOM) is only 2.5%. But there are serious resulting complications such as meningitis, brain abscess, sepsis and others. As in the case of tonsillitis, acute otitis media can become chronic in the absence of proper treatment by a doctor of otolaryngoly. Acute otitis is suffered by 50% of adults and 70% in children.