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2,803 Possible Causes for Mouth Breathing

  • Upper Respiratory Infection

    Does Mouth-Breathing Decrease Risk of Viral Infections?[] You have chest pain or trouble breathing. When should I contact my healthcare provider? You have a fever over 102ºF (39ºC).[] Turn away from other people and cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you sneeze or cough. When should I seek immediate care?[]

  • Allergic Rhinitis

    New York, American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, 1990 Evidence of allergies such as eczema Mouth breathing Skin testing: pretest probability of allergic rhinitis[] Look for signs suggestive of chronic nasal congestion - mouth breathing, cough, halitosis. Examine eyes for signs of conjunctivitis.[]

  • Asthma

    breathing; and 5) increased need for conditioning the inspired air.[] In allergic rhinitis, the impaired filtering and air-conditioning function of the nose, leading to mouth breathing, can result in increased exposure of the lower airways to[] […] circulation; 2) neural reflexes; 3) increased production of bone marrow progenitors of inflammatory cells; 4) increased lower airway exposure to airborne contaminants from mouth[]

  • Otitis Media

    Other symptoms include hearing loss, snoring, mouth breathing, fever, headache, vomiting, and diarrhea.[] Other indications for adenoidectomy included chronic rhinorrhea with associated rhinosinusitis or chronic mouth breathing with associated snoring.[]

  • Obstructive Sleep Apnea

    Subjective assessments of clinical symptoms/signs, including snoring visual analog scale (VAS), nasal obstruction, and mouth breathing, were recorded.[] Loud or noisy breathing, snoring, or mouth breathing during sleep Brief pauses in breathing during sleep or difficulty breathing during sleep Restless sleep (i.e., lots of[] breathing Enlarged tonsils and adenoids Problems sleeping and restless sleep Parasomnias such as sleep walking or night terrors Bed wetting Failure to thrive (weight loss[]

  • Adenoid Hypertrophy

    […] of the adenoid tonsil; has symptom snoring, has symptom hyponasality, has symptom otitis media with effusion, has symptom mouth breathing adenoidal hypertrophy enlarged adenoids[] MATERIALS AND METHODS: Eighty-six mouth-breathing children (male 54.65%, mean age 7.0 2.2 years) were randomly selected from a hospital population.[] BACKGROUND: Deformity in the dental arc and facial skeleton by adenoid hypertrophy due to chronic mouth breathing is a well-known process.[]

  • Acute Adenoiditis

    Mouth breathing may lead to the following symptoms: Bad breath Cracked lips Dry mouth Persistent runny nose or nasal congestion Enlarged adenoids may also cause sleep problems[] Painful swallowing Neck lymph nodes become enlarged, painful Airway obstruction due to swollen tonsils and adenoids mouth breathing snoring, nocturnal breathing pauses –[] […] visible adenoids Enlargement is pathological when they encroach on nasopharyngeal airway Does not usually occur until 1-2 years of age Clinical findings Nasal congestion Mouth-breathing[]

  • Tonsillar Hypertrophy

    METHODS: A descriptive and analytical cross-sectional study was accomplished with 59 mouth breathing children aged 3 to 12 years (mean age 6.5 years and SD: standard deviation[] Does she stop breathing? Does your child breathe through the mouth instead of the nose most of the time? Has your child had a runny nose?[] However, the most common symptoms associated with enlarged tonsils are: Halitosis (chronic bad breath) Mouth breathing Snoring Sleep apnea Inability to gain weight Decreased[]

  • Nasal Polyp

    breathing.[] […] sense of smell and taste Itchy, watery eyes Facial pain Mouth breathing Dull headaches Snoring and/or sleep apnea If you have nasal polyps, treatment can range from medications[] Symptoms may include: Mouth breathing A runny nose Constant stuffiness Loss or reduction of sense of smell or taste Dull headaches Snoring Frequent nosebleeds If you have[]

  • Posterior Choanal Atresia

    Newborns generally prefer to breathe through their nose. Typically, infants only breathe through their mouths when they cry.[] Keywords Lateral Wall Soft Palate Hard Palate Choanal Atresia Mouth Breathing These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.[] A variant occurs later in life with mouth breathing, recurrent sinusitis, chronic rhinorrhea, otitis media, and defects of speech.[]

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