Anosmia: Causes and Treatments

Have you lost your sense of smell due to a chronic sinus condition or Covid-19? Are you afraid your smell never be like it once was? The loss of smell (anosmia) can be frustrating, make life difficult, and reduce your overall quality of life. Anosmia can take away the joys of eating and drinking, leading to depressions and loss of interest in social activities.

At Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia, we can treat sinus and Covid-related loss of sense of smell effectively and conveniently. If you suffer from chronic sinus issues and the inability to smell, you should schedule with Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia today.

I can't smell

What causes the loss of smell?

Anosmia makes life complicated. It can be extremely frustrating and even dangerous because it can make it hard to smell things like a gas leak or smoke. People with anosmia can also miss out on all of the smells that life has to offer. In addition, your taste may also suffer when your sinuses are impacted. At Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia, we can treat your sinus issues that may be causing your anosmia.

Sinus related issues that can cause anosmia include:

●     Cold

●     The flu

●     Sinus infections

●     Respiratory infections

●     Allergies

●     Congestion

●     Nasal obstruction

●     Nasal polyps

●     Covid-19

Other non-sinus related causes of anosmia include:

●     Nose injury/damage to the olfactory neurons

●     Head trauma

●     Exposure to chemicals

●     Medications

●     Old age

●     Radiation treatment

●     Disease (Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, etc.)

If you are suffering from sinus pain and the loss of sense of smell, you need to schedule with us today.

How do we treat anosmia at Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia?

Everyone's treatment plan can be unique depending on the underlying cause but our main method of treatment at Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia is a nasal spray. We make it extremely convenient for you to receive the treatment that you need in a few easy steps:

  1. Come to the office
  2. Let us diagnose your condition
  3. Get your nasal spray from your pharmacy or have it delivered by us
  4. Experience the sense of smell again

You will notice improvement quickly

When our patients with anosmia start treatment with us, they are surprised at how fast they notice their loss of taste and smell begin to return. Our patients also tell us how happy they are with the results and how easy the spray is to use.

Have you lost your sense of smell due to a chronic sinus condition or Covid-19?

If you have lost your sense of smell due to a sinus condition or after a Covid-19 infection, Sleep and Sinus Centers of Georgia can help. We make it easy for our patients by offering shipping of our prescription nasal spray to all of Georgia for free.

If you are suffering from anosmia, schedule a consultation so we can diagnose the root cause and begin your treatment right away. It's possible to regain your smell and taste, so why not schedule now?

I want to smell again