Until I had issues with my ears, nose and throat (ENT) I had no idea how much this area of our bodies can affect life much. What I thought was a bad sore throat turned out to be a life threatening quinsy.
What I learned from that rather terrifying experience which involved a resuscitation kit and an ambulance ride and a disagreeable emergency procedure was that you should never leave ENT issues in the hope they just go away.
Now it should be a simple case of contacting your GP and hoping for a referral to a specialist. But since, even before Covid-19, the NHS was overstretched you may be waiting for quite some time.
Maybe it's not a physical issue you have but a mental problem. I had cosmetic surgery about 18 years ago and although it was scary I never, ever regret having it done. Just a small change influenced my confidence in an incredibly positive way and from being that person who hates photographs I have since proudly given a keynote speech and been on television a number of times and not hated what I see on screen.
Whatever your head-related issue, make an appointment with an ENT Doctor and chat through your options with a specialist.
There are so many specialisms within the field of ENT.
Rhinology is all about noses and the respiratory system. Some of the issues which might crop up requiring assessment and assistance from a Rhinologist are: