Caring for a Sinus Headache
Jan27

Caring for a Sinus Headache

Sinus headache is only a symptom of an infection in the sinuses known as sinusitis. Sinus headache will usually happen somewhere on top of the infected sinus or sinuses. There are 4 major types of sinuses, the maxillary sinuses, frontal sinuses, ethmoid sinuses, and sphenoid sinuses. If the sinus headache is near the cheeks, the infected sinus is the maxillary sinus, if the sinus headache is on top of the eyes, the infected sinus is...

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Development of Sinus Headache
Jan22

Development of Sinus Headache

It is very easy or simple to know if a certain headache is a sinus headache. Sinus headaches will only occur near the infected sinus or infected sinuses. To know whether that headache is a sinus headache, knowing the 4 major types of sinuses will be beneficial. The 4 major types of sinuses are maxillary sinuses, frontal sinus, ethmoid sinuses, and sphenoid sinuses. If the sinus headache is in the cheeks area, then it is due to an...

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Pediatric Sinusitis
Dec07

Pediatric Sinusitis

When people reach teenage years, that is the time when sinuses are fully developed. Children’s sinuses are not fully developed, making sinusitis difficult to diagnose and another thing, sinusitis can be caused by a lot of different factors, such as bacterial infection, viral infection, or even allergic reactions. Just as mentioned, sinuses namely the maxillary sinuses (located underneath the cheeks) and the ethmoid sinuses (located...

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Acute Sinusitis Symptoms
Nov28

Acute Sinusitis Symptoms

Sinusitis is the inflammation of the sinus, usually in the maxillary sinuses or the sinuses located in the cheekbone. Sinuses are the air-filled spaces found within the cheekbone and the forehead that will normally produce little amounts of mucus that drains through small channels into the nose. The most common cause for sinusitis is infection, either bacterial infection or viral infection. Viral infection can first cause the...

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