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joe
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I was thinking about mentioning this as a general point in recovery.. really important to make sure your airways are clear... especially when you sleep. If you are sleeping with a blocked nose, you are not giving your brain a chance to recover properly. I sleep with an inhaler by my bed and blow my nose before I sleep. Might seem really trivial, but over long periods of time, things like this could make a huge difference.

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Well, I don't know to what extent this is relevant to sinuses, but I've been completely deaf in one ear for a few days now (why? ear drops. oh the irony), and dissociative and cognitive symptoms are definitely much worse. Probably due to the ensuing vertigo. I could imagine ear problems resulting from blocked sinuses to be equally conducive to exacerbation of symptoms, so I do suppose taking proper care of your sinuses can help in that regard.

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