Living in Confidence

How the Mind Controles the Body 

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Nasal mucosa and sinuses
The process can occur in either the nasal mucosa or the olfactory mucosa.
See also: deep nasal and throat mucosa, olfaction
Sinuses: sensitivity follows the oral mucosal schedule.
Nasal mucosa: sensitivity follows the outer skin scheme.
Whether it involves the left or right side of nasal cavity depends on biological dexterity.
Something to do with the function of the nose.
• Stink conflict, not wanting to smell something, there is a smell to it, that "stinks."
• Suspicion that something is wrong.
• Not having been able to smell something.
• Sinuses: this whole thing stinks!
CA phase
Increase in function, decrease in nasal mucosa.
Biological utility
Being able to smell better to notice something earlier.
None (nasal mucosa) or headache (sinuses), dry nose. With intense or prolonged conflict: deep ulcers, "crusts," no bleeding. Possible hypersensitivity to odors.
PCL phase
Normalization of function. Reconstruction of the nasal mucosa.
Colds. Swelling of the nasal mucosa, audible breathing due to narrowed nasal cavity, itching (especially in PCL-B), possibly nosebleeds or runny nose. Ulcerated snot if the deep nasal mucosa or connective tissue is involved. In the case of the connective tissue, self-esteem issues also come into play.
Sneezing, possible nosebleeds, chills and cold sweats.
healing or many relapses: allergic rhinitis or hay fever.