How to get rid of cacosmia?
- How to get rid of cacosmia?
- How to get rid of body odor?
- How to get rid of a bad smell in the nose?
- Why do I smell an odor that does not exist?
- How to stop smelling your nose?
- What are the advantages of Nevada?
- What is the meaning of the name Nevada?
- What are Nevada’s problems?
- What is the climate of Nevada?
Antibiotics may be given if the cacosmia is related to bacterial infection. Regular corticosteroids, nose washes or sinus (in case of sinusitis) can also help treat this trouble. If there is a brain injury or tumor, surgery may be considered.
Baking soda has an antibacterial action and can therefore be used as an anti-smell. Apply it under the arms, mixed with water, but never after waxing or shaving, or sprinkle it in your shoes to eliminate the smells. You don’t need to take it off if you don’t mind.
It is this superinfection which is at the origin of the bad smell. The treatment consists in acting on the cause: it is necessary to reduce the volume of the nasal fossae and to compensate for the excessive vacuum linked to the loss of the turbinates by implanting silicone sticks, sometimes poorly tolerated, by surgery.
This distortion, called parosmia, is caused by damage to the nerve fibers who connect the organ of smell located in the nose responsible for capturing odorous molecules and the olfactory bulb in the brain responsible for identifying smells.
No drug treatment not helps speed up the process. On the other hand, olfactory rehabilitation, which consists of sniffing several very characteristic odors such as eucalyptus or lemon every day for several weeks, has proven its worth.
In addition, Nevada ranks first in the country for the production of gypsum, barite, magnesite, lithium and diatomite. It also produces building materials (gravel, sand, lime) whose demand is stimulated by population growth.
The name Nevada comes from the Sierra Nevada mountain range (which is also a mountain range in Spain, see Sierra Nevada (Spain)). “Nevada” is the Spanish feminine form of “snowy” or “snow-covered”.
Nevada’s main problem is aridity. It arises with acuity in the most populated sectors, particularly in the agglomeration of Las Vegas where the demand for water is strong. The Hoover Dam was built in the 1930s to meet the needs of the city.
Nevada’s climate is marked by continentality and altitude. The shelter position east of the Sierra Nevada partly explains the arid or semi-arid character of the state (generally less than 300 mm annually). Moist air masses coming from the Pacific have difficulty passing the mountain barrier.