Sudden changes in weather conditions, like temperature and humidity, can cause tissues in your nose to swell, potentially increasing sinus pressure and discomfort. Other factors like population density and geographic location can also play a role in sinus-related pain.
Today’s Weather Factors
RealFeel® Sun High 72°
Probability of Thunderstorms 4%
Average Cloud Cover 64%
Air Quality 116 (Unhealthy)
Use a humidifier or vaporizer to ease symptoms. Be sure to stay hydrated. If you feel pressure, propping your head up while lying down can offer some relief.
- Use a humidifier or vaporizer to ease tissue inflammation.
- Stay hydrated.
- Prop your head up slightly when lying down.
- Take over-the-counter decongestants or pain relievers to reduce pain and pressure.