Posted on Friday, December 05, 2014
Stuffy nose, water eyes, headache and continuous sneezing. Can it be sinusitis?
Sinus is the free spaced cavity in the skull over the eyes and the nose. Sinusitis is triggered when the surface layer of the nose becomes dilated and the Ostium (small opening) is obstructed.
A Sinus infection usually happens due to common cold or an allergy. The most common symptoms of this condition are recurrent headaches, cough during night and failure to maintain body equilibrium.
Look for the following symptoms:
Try the following to reduce congestion:
Consult an ENT specialist.
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