Sinus Headaches – Symptoms and Treatment

June 21st, 2014

By: Chad Melius

'Merritt Island Walk In Clinic' by Rusty Clark on Flickr

Sinus headaches often go hand in hand with sinusitis, which is caused by swollen tissues that prevent the sinuses from draining. Sinusitis can be induced by allergies, the common cold, a change in temperature, and many other factors.

Sinus Headache Symptoms

How do you know what kind of headache you are experiencing? Even doctors can confuse a sinus headache with other varieties that have similar symptoms. Read more …

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