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HOW SEVERE IS YOUR NASAL OBSTRUCTION? GET YOUR NOSE SCORE

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Over the past month, how would you best describe your symptoms of nasal congestion or stuffiness?

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Over the past month, how would you best describe your symptoms of nasal blockage or obstruction? In other words, feelings of constant blockage that don’t seem to be related to a cold, infection, or seasonal allergies.

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Over the past month, how would you best describe the degree to which you have trouble breathing through your nose? Do you experience severe and persistent difficulty breathing that interferes with normal daily activity?

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Over the past month, how would you best describe the degree to which you have trouble sleeping? Specifically, do you experience difficulty breathing accompanied by snoring, disrupted sleep, restlessness, or sleep apnea?

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Over the past month, how would you best describe the degree to which you don’t get enough air through your nose during exercise? Rate your feeling of being deprived of oxygen while exercising or exerting yourself.

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Your score indicates you have no nasal obstruction.

If you continue to experience symptoms, consult your doctor.

Your score indicates you have mild nasal obstruction.

If you don’t feel interference in life activities, there’s little cause for concern. If you continue to experience symptoms, you may want to speak to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) physician.

Your score indicates you have moderate nasal obstruction.

At the moderate level, your obstructed breathing is affecting your daily activities, and you should consider making an appointment with an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) doctor to discuss it.

Your score indicates you have severe nasal obstruction.

Your condition warrants a visit to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist to discuss your symptoms.

Your score indicates you have extreme nasal obstruction.

Disturbed sleep, fatigue, and difficulty with exertion or exercise are clues that your obstruction can possibly have broader health consequences. Your condition warrants a visit to an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) specialist to ask if VivAer® is right for you.