Sinus Headache and Migraine

Sinus and migraine are interrelated since sinus can often cause headache. Headache can also be independent of sinus. 

Sinus headaches and migraines are often confused, because many of the symptoms are similar. Both conditions consist of throbbing or aching pain in one or both sides of the head. 

Sinus headaches and migraines can worsen if the head is bent forward. Nasal congestion is also an additional symptom, together with the headache. 

Migraine can cause a nauseous feeling, but a sinus headache will not experience this symptom. In addition, migraines can be worsened by light and noise, while sinus headaches remain unaffected. Migraine is generally a recurrent headache. 

Sinus headache is a condition that has similar symptoms as a headache except that the pain or pressure is centered in a specific area of the head and is worsened by bending forward. 

It also accompanied by nasal drip, a runny nose, severe nasal congestion, fever and a general sense of being tired and feeling ill. Sinus headache can be caused by respiratory infections or environmental allergens.
 
An inflammation of the nasal tract can block the natural drain of mucus. Accumulation of mucus facilitates the rapid growth of bacteria, fungi and viruses. The resulting pressure leads to a sinus headache. 

The treatment:
Natural Heaven provide a sane nasal drainage treatment with soothing liquids. A feeling of lightness is sure to follow.

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