If your cold won’t go away, it might be a chronic sinus infection
- Sneezing, sniffling, sleepless nights
- Sore throat or persistent coughing
- Constant runny nose
- Postnasal drip
- Puffy, watery eyes
- Loss of smell
- Swelling or facial pain
- Relentless headache
- Loss of taste
Are You Suffering with Sinusitis?
Normal sinus function becomes impaired by swelling, which traps bacteria and viruses within the sinus cavities behind and around the eyes and nose. Sinusitis, often with infection, results and causes chronic sinus pain.
You need sinus treatment options for when home remedies, over-the-counter medications and antibiotics fail.
If you experience prolonged severe sinus pain, you may be stuck in a cycle of chronic sinus infection. This condition will recur until the root cause of your infection is treated.