Click on a nose and mouth condition below to learn about natural remedies and alternative therapies for that condition.
Allergies, also called allergic rhinitis or hay fever, can cause a runny nose.
Canker sores are painful sores inside the mouth. Unlike cold sores, canker sores are not contagious.
The common cold is an upper respiratory infection that can cause a runny nose, congestion, and cough. The flu virus also affects the respiratory system, causing dry cough and nasal congestion among others.
Cold sores are painful, red, fluid-filled blisters that occur on the lips, chin, nostrils, fingers, or inside the mouth.
Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition that cause cause swelling, red, and itchy skin. There are many different causes and forms of eczema.
Nearly 80 percent of Americans have some form or gum disease, whether its gingivitis or periodontitis, also called periodontal disease. Gum disease can result in red swollen gums that may bleed when you brush or floss.
Rosacea, sometimes mistaken as acne, causes red areas on the face, small visible blood vessels on the nose and cheeks, easy flushing or blushing, small red bumps or pustules, or a red enlarged nose.
Chronic sinus congestion, or chronic sinusitis, is one of the most common chronic conditions in the United States. It can cause difficulty breathing through the nose, pressure-pain in the nose, thick nasal discharge, reduced sense of smell, aching in the upper jaw or teeth, bad breath, post-nasal drip, and persistent coughing.
Toothaches are caused by a cavity, gum disease, other dental conditions, or a jaw condition called temporomandibular joint. Tooth pain can also be a sign of an underlying medical condition, such as heart attack, ear infections, or sinusitis.