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A sinus headache is a common problem that usually occurs after a head cold, or as a result of allergies that have clogged the sinuses in the face and forehead. The sinuses are normally–occurring hollow spaces inside the skull.

Symptoms of a Sinus headache
Pain and throbbing around one or both eyes that is worse when you get up in the morning, bend over or lean forward. This headache lasts for 3–4 days generally, or till the cold clears.
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Warning signs of sinusitis may include: Treatment of Sinus Headache
In most cases, a sinus headache can be taken care of safely at home and does not require a trip to the doctor. Try over–the–counter medications designed to help open blocked sinuses. A few days of coldarin tablets should do the needful.
Pregnant women should consult their physician prior to taking any over–the–counter medication. Parents of children and persons with medical conditions are advised to see a doctor before self–medication.
You could also try: One caution about the use of a steam vaporizer or cool–mist humidifier. If you choose to use a steam vaporizer, or steam from a basin of hot water, it is important to keep it out of reach of children, as they could be burned if the water from the vaporizer or basin were to spill on them.
If your symptoms get worse, your clogged sinuses may have developed into a sinus infection called sinusitis.