Respiratory conditions impact the lungs and the ability to breath. In this section, find out about the symptoms and treatment of apnea, orthopnea and more.
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People with allergies to alcohol may suffer from nasal congestion after consuming alcoholic drinks. Find out more about the link between alcohol and nasal congestion from this article.
Altitude sickness affects a large percentage of people who travel to high elevations. Learn whether coca leaf tea helps with altitude sickness in this article.
Cystic fibrosis does not just occur in the United States. Learn whether cystic fibrosis occurs only in the U.S. in this article.
How do you know if that cough, wheeze, of shortness of breath is a symptom of congestion or a lung fungus? Read this article to learn how to identify lung fungus symptoms.
Dehydration has a lot to do with altitude sickness; make sure to stay well hydrated when climbing to high altitudes so you won't get sick. Learn whether dehydration has anything to do with altitude sickness in this article.
Hiccups can last a few minutes or a few months. Learn whether gender has an effect on hiccups in this article.
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