Nasal Polyps Natural Treatment [Make Them Fall Off Painlessly]

We have developed a specialized nasal polyps natural treatment to make your nasal polyps fall off painlessly without any surgery or invasive procedures. Our Live Positive nasal polyp treatment protocol is developed after years of research. It is based on our clinical experience in treating numerous patients suffering from polyp growth in the nose.

Before you begin your nasal polyp treatment with us, we would like to share some valuable medical facts about nasal polyps. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions by our patients:


What Are Nasal Polyps?

Polyps in the nose are extra growth of flesh of the nasal lining and sinus cavities near the nasal passage.

Where Are Nasal Polyps Located?

Nasal polyps are located inside the nose and can present anywhere within the nasal cavity. They usually are located at the spot where the sinuses open into the nasal cavity, known as ostiomeatal complex. Nasal polyps can be solitary in one nose or grow in clusters and can sometimes affect both sides simultaneously.


Are Nasal Polyps Dangerous?

While small nasal polyps are not dangerous by themselves, yet multiple polyps in the nose or larger sized ones could cause breathing problems or hamper sense of smell. Chances of sinus infections and blockage of nose and sinuses are also higher in such patients.

Are Nasal Polyps Cancerous?

No, they are benign and non-cancerous.

Are Nasal Polyps Hereditary?

Yes, these usually run in families. You have a higher risk of developing a polyp in the nose if you have a family history of this problem.

Are Nasal Polyps Painful?

They are usually small and do not cause any pain.

 Are Nasal Polyps Contagious?

No, nasal polyps are not contagious, but could be a result of chronic infections.


 Are Nasal Polyps Hard?

No, polyps in the nose are soft to touch.

Are Nasal Polyps Red?

Polyps differ in color. They could be yellowish, grey, brownish or pink.


How Do Nasal Polyps Look Like?

They resemble drops of tears or like grapes hanging from a stem.

Are Nasal Polyps An Infection?

No, they are not. But the larger nasal polyps do cause infection of the sinuses when they block the sinus cavities and cause mucus secretions to buildup within.

What Are Nasal Polyps Caused By?

Nasal polyps are common in people who suffer from allergy. The chronic inflammation and irritation associated with allergic rhinitis or sinusitis is said to cause nasal polyps, but not everyone who suffers from allergy will develop nasal polyps.

Other risk factors are said to be aspirin allergy, asthma, acute and chronic infections, cystic fibrosis etc.


Can Nasal Polyp Cause Dizziness?

Yes, nasal polyps do cause dizziness when there is blockage of the ear canal due to inflammation.

Can Nasal Polyp Cause Headaches?

Yes, headaches are a common symptom, especially if there is associated sinusitis or chronic infection.

 Can Nasal Polyps Cause Migraines?

Nasal polyps could lead to severe headaches and migraine attacks as well. The pain is usually on the side affected and could extend over the forehead, cheeks, eyes etc.

Can Nasal Polyps Cause Snoring?

Yes, snoring is very common inpatients who have polyps in their nose. When the large-sized polyps block the nasal cavity, there is difficulty in breathing normally through the nose.

During sleep, there is much more constriction of the nasal passages due to posture and this automatically leads to mouth breathing and snoring.

Can Nasal Polyps Affect Hearing?

Nasal polyps can cause difficulties in hearing or even loss of hearing by blocking the Eustachian tubes. This blockage could be directly due to the repeated infections and inflammations and resultant blockage of natural airways in the ear, nose etc.

Can Nasal Polyps Cause Bad Breath?

Nasal polyps can be a major cause for bad breath or halitosis. The polyps that are larger in size can block the sinus openings and thus cause infections and accumulation of mucus within the sinus.

This mucus is not drained away properly and finally leads to dripping over the posterior nares. This leads to bad smell in the breath.


Can Nasal Polyps Cause Tinnitus?

Tinnitus, ear pain, ear blockage and dizziness are few of the ear symptoms that are noticed in patients suffering from nasal polyps.


Can Nasal Polyps Cause Sleep Apnea?

Sleep apnea is not commonly seen in patients with nasal polyps but occurs as a complication.

Usually there is just blockage of the nose, inflammations, infections and irritations in the nose, difficulty in breathing and snoring etc, but as the size of the polyp increases, the obstruction can progress into sleep apnea.

When Do Nasal Polyps Need to Be Removed?

Nasal polyps need to be removed via surgery when they are quite large and are creating severe obstructions inside the nasal cavity and impeding normal breathing and hampering normal life.

But it is important to understand that nasal polyp removal is not a permanent cure for this problem.

These polyps keep coming back even after surgery. Most of the patients are shocked that nasal polyp removal surgery cost them thousands of rupees, yet they have to deal with the bothersome polyps growing back.

A good number of polyp patients have already gone through one round of surgery before they start searching how to remove nasal polyps without surgery.


Nasal Polyp Removal Without Surgery

Live Positive treatment protocol successfully achieves nasal polyp removal without surgery. In addition to getting rid of your nasal polyps painlessly, our treatment protocol also helps in preventing recurrence.

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Our patients claim that the Live Positive holistic protocol is the best treatment for nasal polyps without surgery because it cures all accompanying issues and symptoms, like nose block, allergic rhinitis, sinusitis, hearing loss, ear blockage, migraine, headaches, etc.

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