The University of Michigan teaches you how to use nasal irrigation to get rid of common nasal sinus symptoms without reaching for those over the counter medications. The best part of nasal irrigation is that it handles conditions that medication cannot - such as post nasal drip and the common "stuffy nose". This can work for most allergies, even if you are already on medication. Water used for nasal irrigation should be luke warm and should contain about a quarter teaspoon of salt into an 8 o...
This video for Otolaryngologists, medical students, and curious laypeople describes the anatomical features that one would see when performing a trans-nasal endoscopy, a procedure in which a tube is inserted through the nose and down the esophagus and used to view the stomach.
In this human anatomy video tutorial, you learn how to dissect a human cadaver to get a better look at the nasal cavity and sinuses. You'll see the paranasal, which is alongside or near the nose, and the paranasal sinuses are the mucosa-lined air cavities in the bones of the skull, communicating with the nasal cavity.
A neti pot is supposed to help balance your energy or something, but mostly it shoots liquid up in your nasal passages and sucks. It sucks like hell. If anyone tells you to use one, don't. The bit at the beginning is kosher salt and warm water, which is what you're supposed to use in a neti pot.
This video shows how to use a Neti Pot for treating sinus cold. The lady who demonstrates first takes out the Neti pot and sinus pills. She next takes the distilled water and pours it into the neti pot. She then mixes the sinus pill in the water. She explains how to go about doing procedure how to use it. Now she leads over to the sink and takes the pot with the solution and keeps her face little inside the sink. Next she keeps the pipe of the neti pot into her right nasal and pours the water...
This video illustrates how to retrohale cigar Smoke. Retrohale is nothing but the exhale of the smoke and this is recommended to the cigar smoker. There are two basic sensation produced during cigar smoking, when the inhale of the smoke of the cigar two primary senses will be stimulated. One is Gestations, which is taste, and olfaction is smell. These two senses combine to produce flavor. The third path, which produces the sensation, is Retro nasal olfaction; it travels the smoke to the back ...
Pronunciation is key to learning any new language. Before diving into the vocabulary and basic phrases, a good approach is to listen and try and get your aural perception honed in. A new word or phrase, like "je m'appelle" in French, is awesome to learn, but it's important to learn it correctly: that starts and ends with pronunciation.
Seeking relief from a cold? There's more to using a neti pot than just pouring a saline solution down your nasal cavity – or is there? Find out with this how-to, which presents a complete guide to properly using a neti pot to relieve nasal congestion. Breathe easy with this free video guide.
Studying to be a nurse? Then here is a nursing how-to video that teaches you how to administer oxygen therapy with a nasal cannula. Every nurse should know the basics of this technique, follow along and see how easy it is to give your patient oxygen using a cannula and an O2 flow meter. These medical tips are sure to help you pass your nursing exam with flying colors.
A nasal bulb syringe is the perfect tool to help clear a baby's nose when she is suffering from nasal congestion. See how to suction a baby's nose with a bulb syringe.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the neti pot. A neti pot is a small pot used for irrigating the nasal passages. This pot looks very similar to a tea pot. To use the pot, fill it with warm water. Lean your head over a sink and put the spout into your nostril. Tilt your head to the opposite side of the pot and slowly pour the water into the nose. The water will come out of the other nostril. This video will benefit those viewers who have nasal problems and would like to learn h...
Use a neti pot daily to prevent sinus infections and promote easy breathing. Check out this Howcast video tutorial on how to use a neti pot.
This how to video shows you what causes a nasal voice and how you can improve your singing with these voice tips. A nasal singing voice often produces an undesirable sound. These tips can help you produce a more beautiful tone. Watch this tutorial and you will be able to sing beautifully with these tips.
Get tips from this video on how to pronounce nasal sounds in French depending on whether the end of words are feminine or masculine.
Check out this human anatomy video tutorial to see how to dissect a human for a deep look at the pharynx, the mouth, and the cervical joints.
With the height of the flu season ahead, there are some good reasons to keep a flu vaccination in mind.
All stuffed up and wanting to breathe – but without the chemicals? Here's how to get relief fast! Learn how to clear up a stuffed nose with this home remedy.
This video gives instructions on how to suction mucus out of a newborn baby's nose using a bulb syringe.
This quick Blender 2.5 video tip demonstrates how to replicate objects with an array modifier in the same way that the Spin Duplicates function works. This techniques maintains the objects edit-ability even after spinning. a while back i posted about having a nasal voice that needs taming (i sound a bit like bob geldolf). 2 suggestions were the beyer m500 and the EV re20. i borrowed a friends re20 and found it very dull sounding. so dull i immediately threw in the towel. duller then my sm57 o...
You know the signs—sneezing, fever, nagging cough, no energy, no appetite. It's the flu, but this time, it's your dog who's down and out. Yes, dogs get the flu, too. However, a team from the University of Rochester Medical Center and their collaborators have developed a new vaccine that may make the doggy flu a thing of the past.
Are your sinuses clogged? Are you getting headaches and feel stuffed up? In this video, learn from Joey Buddha how to use a neti pot to clean yoour sinuses. Using a neti pot can be gross, but it's definitely one of the most effective ways to clean your sinuses and remove unwanted snot and mucous from your nasal passages.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make themselves sneeze. Users will just need a cotton swab. This trick is very easy, fast and simple to do. Carefully insert the cotton swab in one of your nostrils. Then gently move the cotton swab around in your nasal passageway. Continue doing this until you are able to sneeze. This video provides a demonstration for viewers to easily follow along. This video will benefit those viewers who enjoy faking and tricking others, and would like to lear...
If you have a cold or stuffy nose, the Neti Pot is an ideal way to clean out your nasal passages. This device is a totally natural and safe way to clear your airways without medication.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to use the Neti pot. The Neti pot is the personal hygiene practice in which the nasal cavity is washed to flush out excess mucus and debris from the nose and sinuses. Begin by filling your pot with warm water. Now add a heaping 1/4 tsp of finely ground, non-iodized or Neti pot salt. Next, lean over your sink and tilt your head. Put the spout into the nostril and raise the handle of the pot. Do the same for the other nostril. This video will benefit th...
Neti pots can be used to clean out your nose of dust, dirt and allergens and can help reduce swelling of the nasal passages. Stir half a teaspoon of salt in to a cup of warm water. Salt should be kosher salt or sea salt (DO NOT use ordinary table salt). Pour saline solution in the neti pot, then leaning over a bowl or sink place the spout of the neti pot in one nostril. Tilt your head so that your nose is slightly higher than the mouth, then rotate your head so your ear is facing the bowl or ...
Learn how to use a Neti pot, otherwise known as a saline sinus wash to help clear out your nasal passages. This is a homeopathic remedy for sinus problems or any issues you may have with your nose. Take the packet that comes with your Neti pot, and dump it in. Fill the pot to the guideline with lukewarm water. This will create a saline solution once mixed. Stick the end of the Neti pot in your nose, and tilt your head to the side, allowing gravity to send the saline solution trough one nostri...
The video is of several different people demonstration how to use the Nasopure, a nasal cleansing device. The woman narrating explains the simplicity of the device, which is similar to a soap dispenser, but simply upside down. The device is filled with salt and lukewarm water. Then it is inserted into one nostril, while the tongue is press against the roof of the mouth, it flushes the slat water through the nose, cleansing the nose and then dripping to the floor. It removes irritants, reduces...
Looking to stick your winning game on your wall? In this two part tutorial, learn how to deflesh the skull and antlers of a deer and make it into what is commonly known as a Dry Skull, Desert, European, Texas, or Western Mount. Part one covers starting with the harvested animal, a typical plaque, discussing set-up and basic methods, the bone overview and the processes' start. Part two continues the defleshing of the skull base, tightening of the nasal bones, whitening, detailing, antler base ...
What's in a sneeze? Quite a lot—dirt, mucus, and infectious germs—it seems. And sneezing the right way can reduce the germs you share with neighbors.
Eric Arceneaux shows you how to belt those vocals and get rid of your nasal sound for singing better.
It may not bother you so much, but think about your significant other, or your children, your mother… your dog. You may be keeping them all up with your noisy nose. Snoring is no joke, especially if you're the one trying to sleep on the other side of the bed. Here's author and leading ear, nose and throat specialist Dr. Jordan Josephson with some tips to stop snoring. If you want to stop snoring, these tips are your best best. Get more information at Howdini.
Learn how to reduce your risk of allergies. Transform your home into a sanctuary for your eyes, nose, and throat by reducing the risk of allergies.
Nosebleed or the official term is epistaxis is bleeding from the nasal cavity. Nose bleeds are very common and are often caused by dry air, illness, or trauma. Learn more about the causes, symptoms and treatments of nose bleeds in this medical how-to video.
The noses of kids who live in areas of intense pig farming may harbor antibiotic-resistant bacteria, presumably acquired from the animals, according to a new study by scientists at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, and Statens Serum Institut in Denmark, published in Environmental Health Perspectives.
The culprit probably wasn't what doctors were expecting when a 57-year-old man in Hong Kong came to the hospital. The patient was admitted to the intensive care unit in critical condition. A clue to the cause of the infection would lie in the man's profession—he was a butcher.
Quitting smoking is incredibly difficult. It's hard enough to break the habit, but the withdrawals are even worse. In this tutorial, learn how to make the transition a little more bearable.
News: We've Finally Developed a Test for Mysterious Prion Diseases— Parkinson's & Alzheimer's Could Be Next
Prion diseases are a group of infectious brain diseases that causes extensive tissue damage, resulting in sponge-like spaces in brain tissue. Prions include Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in humans, bovine spongiform encephalopathy (often called mad cow disease), and chronic wasting disease in hoofed ruminant mammals.
When a stuffy nose hits, it feels like breathing clearly and easily may never come again. Allergies, colds, and even changes in weather can leave our sinuses blocked, with medicine seeming like the only option. But don't break out the medication just yet — relieving the pressure of a stuffy nose, a stuffy head, and stuffy ears can be as easy as touching a pressure point.
As researchers from Yale searched our environment for compounds to aid in the battle against drug-resistant bacteria, they got an unlikely assist from ticks.
Have the sniffles? Yes. Does your head hurt? Yes. Coughing? Yes. Could you have influenza? Yes. How do you know the difference? With these symptoms, you could also have a cold.