Month: March 2013

Sports Endurance/ Nasal Airway

The ability to continue exercise during high-intensity sports such as cycling is dependent on both physiologic factors and the perception of fatigue. Sports Endurance/ Nasal Airway | Dallas ENT Group | Dallas, TX In 2008 Ansley, et al (1) showed that head cooling significantly decreased the perception of fatigue and increased the exercise time to …

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I’m having ear pain, but the doctor said there was no ear infection – what is Eustachian Tube Dysfunction?

The Eustachian tube connects the middle ear to the back of the throat and nose. It equalizes the pressure of the ear and is often responsible for the pop sensation that you may feel as you are gaining elevation if you ride on an airplane or drive your car up a mountain pass. If there …

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