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headache causes pain in the front of the head and face. It is due to swelling in the sinus passages behind the cheeks, nose, and eyes. The pain is worse when you bend forward and when you first wake up in the morning. Headaches may occur if you have a cold, the flu, a fever, or premenstrual syndrome.
It is quite classic for sinus pressure headaches to get worse when bending over, or to experience a 'sloshing' sensation with this movement from the liquid in the sinuses moving forward with gravity. The pain with the sinus headache will be either in the cheekbones or in the middle of the forehead and other symptoms would include stuffy nose or cold symptoms and cough. On the other hand, if the pain is not in these locations or not associated with these other symptoms, then it is less likely to be a sinus headache. Other possibilities would include migraine or tension headache, the most common types of headache. If you experience any concerning symptoms you should report these immediately to your doctor. These concerning symptoms would include dizziness, difficulty walking or uncoordinated movements, severe nausea and vomiting, blurred vision, or any numbness, tingling, weakness or other strange sensations. 1. Drink plenty of fluids. 2. Cover up before going out in the sun. 3. Sleep for at least 7 hours. 4. Meditation. 5. Avoid loud music. 6. Don't drink extremely cold drinks. Homoeopathy is wonderful in treating such chronic, repetitive complaints More details like your family history, past history, thermals, thirst, desires aversions, attitudes is required to make a prescription especially in a chronic case such as yours. Consult in private with the above details. More questions may be asked if required..
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