Both sinus headaches and migraines can cause intense head pain, sinus pressure, and a runny or stuffy nose. This is mainly because all the nerves that gives your head and face feeling are packed closely together.
A migraine typically starts with a trigger, which is often incoming sensory information that wouldn’t bother most people, such as opening the door to a bright, sunny day or walking through the intense smell of coffee beans roasting. Other triggers can be things like stress, lack of sleep or being unwell.
Unless you suffer from migraines yourself, you may think that having a migraine means having a really bad headache. But debilitating head pain is only one part of the medical condition called migraine disorder. Common symptoms are nausea, dizziness, fatigue, sensitivity to light and sound, and even temporary blindness, and temporary limb weakness.
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