You might know some of your common headache triggers — maybe you are likely to get one if you skip a meal or don’t get enough sleep. But you may not realize that two kinds of headaches — sinus headaches and migraines — are linked to allergies.
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A sinus headache usually involves pain localized over the sinus area. You may also experience pain in your face along with or instead of a headache.
A migraine headache is a usually a throbbing pain on one side of the head. Light may make it worse, and you could also experience nausea.
Allergy headaches can be very painful and disrupt your daily routine. Your board-certified allergist can help you control your allergies and get relief from this pain.