Although sinusitis, or inflammation of the sinuses, is a common diagnosis, it typically doesn’t cause a headache. An actual sinus headache is extremely unusual, and most headaches in the sinus region are really migraines that affect the nerves in that area.

Tension headaches are more common, but are generally not painful enough to need medical attention. In other words, if your headache is bad enough that you need to call the doctor, it is probably a migraine.

Should you experience migraine headaches, feel free to visit your nearest Peermed Healthcare Centre or inbox us for more info.