Check for symptoms that the nose does not smell. What disease can you get?

Check for symptoms that the nose does not smell. What disease can you get?

          Suddenly, the nose didn’t smell. Neither the smell nor any bad smell, is this an illness that the body wants to convey? Check out what disease this symptom can tell.

 

If the body feels tired and exhausted, it indicates that it is not feeling well. We may have guessed that caused by less rest or overwork But when there is an unusual symptom that is more noticeable, for example, the nose does not smell anything, they probably start to panic and wonder if the illness is something or not. So let’s check that. nose doesn’t smell This signal of the body…can tell me what kind of disease ?

 

nose doesn’t smell What can be caused by

 

  impaired sense of smell This is mostly caused by three reasons:

 

     1. Viral infection
  •   Most of them are viral infections that affect the respiratory system and nervous system, such as the common cold virus, causing nasal congestion, runny nose, and general cold symptoms. There may be a nose that doesn’t smell as well.
  • However, the nose does not smell from a viral infection. How severe it is and how long it will take depends on the severity of the pathology of the olfactory nerve. If the virus only causes the olfactory nerve to swell or not working fully But they didn’t break apart or take much damage. This symptom may be temporary. When the body can defeat the virus Other illnesses will gradually disappear as well. By the nose does not smell, it may improve at all. Or disappear within a period of about 6 months, depending on each person’s body

  • But if the virus destroys the olfactory nerve until this nerve is torn apart Or the olfactory nerve is damaged. The patient does not smell at all. or smell some, but very little The chance to return to smell like normal may be less. Or the nose will not smell for a long time, about 6 months – 1 year, 6 months after having symptoms. But if the nose does not smell for more than 1 year and 6 months, the chances of returning to normal may be reduced. However, as I said, it depends on individual factors as well.

  • 2. Diseases of the nasopharynx and sinuses.
 The smell of the nose may be caused by a blocked nasal cavity. Chronic swollen or inflamed nasal mucosa sinusitis allergic rhinitis or rhinitis
  • In this group of patients, there will be other symptoms from the nose as well, such as shortness of breath, nasal congestion, runny nose, or other symptoms of that disease. normal smell Sometimes it doesn’t smell at all. depending on the symptoms of nasal congestion The bad smell caused by nasopharyngeal and sinus diseases is usually treatable. by treating swelling and blockage of the nasal passages That makes the smell unable to stimulate the olfactory nerve endings The treatment methods include medication and surgery. Depending on the severity of the disease

  • 3. Head accident

  •           getting a head accident that cause a surge or tear of the olfactory nerve Including accidents that cause fractures of the bones around the olfactory nerve. It may cause the olfactory nerve to be damaged as well. As a result, the nose does not smell. or decreased sense of smell which the nose does not smell how severe it is It depends on how much the olfactory nerve has been damaged.

  • In addition, the nose does not smell. May be caused by other factors as well, such as inhaling severe toxins. deteriorate the olfactory nerve or certain neurological and genetic diseases, diabetes, thyroid disease, or age-related deterioration of the sense of smell Is also the reason why the nose does not smell as well

Nose does not smell, a sign of COVID-19 disease ?

In the past, up to 30% of patients with COVID-19 have temporarily lost their sense of smell or taste because this disease is a viral infection in the upper respiratory tract. Therefore, this symptom is recommended to be used as one of the symptoms used to screen infected people for testing for Covid-19 as well

. or touching an infected person or returning from abroad And then there is a nose that doesn’t smell. The tongue does not taste sharply. Along with other respiratory symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, nasal congestion, you may suspect that you are sick with COVID-19, you should go and check for infection immediately.

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