Sinus Headaches: Causes, Symptoms and What to Do


A sinus headache is one of the most annoying sinus problems anyone can have. A frequently recurring sinus hadache should be properly addressed for potentiall early detection of serious sinus cavity disease. First of all let's find out:

What causes sinus headaches?

What are the symptoms that can accompany a sinus headache?

How to distinguish between a migraine and sinus headache
Most "sinus headaches," some authorities believe, are in fact migraines. Because some of the symptoms are identical. For example, the headache gets worse when the head is down, there is nasal discharge--clear, watery mucus in the case of migraines. On the other hand, a true sinus headache is not associated with vomiting and nausea or made worse by bright lights or noise as migraines are.

Chronic sinusitis and sinus headaches
Unless sinusitis is dealt with effectively it can develop into a chronic condition if one:

  • Has a poor immune system
  • Is a smoker or otherwise exposed to the smoke
  • Has environmental allergies
  • Has asthma
  • Allows mucus to stagnate
  • Has any condition which does not allow mucus to move properly in the breathing organs

Knowing the meaning of the color of mucus can be helpful in nipping a sinus disorder in the bud

What I would do to relieve the symptoms
The items outlined here will only lessen the discomforts. Three Steps to Sinus and Mucus Relief-explains how to go to the probable causes of the headache to try to eliminate them. To treat symptoms I would ascertain, first of all, that it is truly a sinus headache. If it is I would:

When should I see a doctor?

  • Whenever OTC medications do not take away the headache within a week, or
  • If the fever is more than 100.5 F (38 C

In relieving health issues there is nothing like good common sense. It's better to prevent than to cure a health condition. It's better to see a doctor early than too late.

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Disclaimer: I am not a physician nor a licensed health care practitioner. The statements made in this web site or in the publication: Three Steps to Quick Sinus and Mucus Relief, have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. They are intended to describe what I did or would personally do only, and not intended to diagnose, treat or cure or prevent any disease or condition for others. The reader should continue to regularly consult a physician with regard to his or her health. Especially with respect to any matters or symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical care.

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