Sinusitis And Headache

Sinus headaches are headaches that seem like they’re coming from an infection in the sinuses (sinusitis). Pressure may be felt around the eyes, cheekbones, and forehead. It’s possible that your head throbs. Many people who believe they have sinusitis headaches, including those who have been diagnosed with sinusitis, really have migraines.


You’ll have a severe and persistent ache in your cheekbones, forehead, or nasal bridge. When you move your head rapidly or strain, the discomfort typically increases worse. You may also have additional sinus symptoms, such as:


  1. Fever
  2. Your face is swollen.
  3. The sensation of your ears being filled
  4. A runny nose


If you notice any of these symptoms, see your ENT Specialist as soon as possible.