Sinus Headaches Directory
Sinus headaches are the result of inflamed sinuses, often due to an infection or allergies. You may experience deep pain in the cheekbones, forehead, or nose. Other symptoms include swelling, fever, and nasal discharge. Sinus headache treatment involves treating the sinus infection with antibiotics and antihistamines. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about sinus headache causes, symptoms, treatments, prevention, and more.
Ways to Relieve Sinus Pain
Sinus pain doesn't need a doctor's care, but you can take steps to reduce it while you're sick.
Treating Sinus Headaches
Information on the symptoms and treatment of sinus headaches, including decongestants, antihistamines, and nasal irrigation.
Sinus Headaches - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
Sinus headaches are often confused with chronic or migraine headaches. WebMD tells you what to look for if you aren't sure what's causing your pain.
Headache Causes - Causes of Mild to Moderate Headaches
The causes of mild to moderate headaches, including overuse of pain medications, sinus congestion, and stress.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Natural Ways to Relieve Sinus Pain
Sinus problems – congestion, pain, headaches -- are one of the most common complaints people have. This slideshow shows people what they can do at home to help prevent and treat sinus problems.
Slideshow: Sinusitis Treatment, Diagnosis, Symptoms
WebMD's sinusitis slideshow: What sinusitis is, how you get it, how it's treated.
Slideshow: Surprising Headache and Migraine Triggers
What triggers headaches and migraines? WebMD shares some surprising causes of headaches,and tips to help you find relief.
Sinuses (Human Anatomy): Function, Picture, Location, Definition
WebMD's Sinuses Anatomy Page provides a detailed image and definition of the sinuses including their function and location. Also learn about conditions, tests, and treatments affecting the sinuses.