COLD AND COUGHS

HOW COLDS TRIGGER SINUS PROBLEMS
Colds are caused by a viral infection. This viral infection can cause nasal congestion, which in turn can lead to sinus congestion. Also, as part of the immune system response, mucus production increases. Now, not only are nasal passages blocked, but also mucus build-up is more rapid.  
Colds are caused by a viral infection, which can cause nasal congestion. More rapid mucus build-up can also cause sinus problems.
WHICH SINUSES ARE CAUSING YOUR SINUS
PAIN? 
Sinuses & Pain: Frontal: forehead, headaches. Ethmoid: between eyes, across nose. Maxillary: cheeks, upper jaw/teeth. Sphenoid: behind eyes, top of scalp, along back of head
TIPS FOR COLD AND COUGH RELIEF
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Drink fluids. Liquids like water and juice will keep you hydrated. And hot liquids, like tea and soup can help soothe a sore throat. 
Drink fluids. Liquids like water and juice will keep you hydrated. And hot liquids like tea and soup can help soothe some symptoms.
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Moisturize the air. A humidifier may help ease your congestion and throat discomfort.  
Moisturize the air. A humidifier may help ease your congestion and discomfort.
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Consider a multi-symptom cold medicine. These cold medicines can help relieve the congestion, coughing, and aches that accompany the typical cold. A multi-symptom product is also more convenient than taking individual products. Always read and follow the label carefully and make sure the product is right for you.  
Consider a multi-symptom cold medicine. These medicines can help relieve cold symptoms. Always follow the label carefully and make sure the product is right for you.