Sneezing When Exposed To Dust, Cold Weather Accompanied By Cheekbones Pain And Yellow Mucus?
Hello I am 17 years old I often sneeze every time I get dust and cold, and the yellow snot is very close, every time I recollect my nose my cheekbones will ache, what if the prayer prostration feels like something is going to the forehead and it hurts so much pain in the area forehead cheek and sometimes up to the jaw. Guess what? Please answer me
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If judging from the information you submit, it is likely that your condition is caused by rhinosinusitis (inflammation of the sinus and nasal cavities). Rhinosinusitis most often occurs because it is triggered by allergies. Excessive sensitivity when in contact with certain allergens, such as dust or cold, can cause the mucosal lining in the nasal cavity and sinuses to become inflamed. Signs of inflammation can be observed from the swollen, reddened mucosa, and also produce excessive excessive mucus (snot). This can clog the outlet that connects the sinus cavity to the nasal cavity, so that mucus will accumulate and increase pressure in the sinus ridge, so that there arises pain around the chin, cheeks, jaw, and other facial and head areas. Furthermore, if not treated properly, rhinosinusitis can make your olfactory function disrupted, polyps can also occur, recurrent airway infections, recurrent nosebleeds and headaches, to the spread of infection to other organs.
Not only allergies, infections, excessive sensitivity to certain drugs, disorders of blood vessels and nerves around the nose, cystic fibrosis, and many other factors can also trigger rhinosinusitis. In addition to rhinosinusitis, nasal polyps, other benign or malignant tumors in the nasal cavity, foreign body entry, nasal septal deviation, migraine, etc. can also trigger your complaints.
Therefore, you should consult yourself directly to a doctor or ENT specialist. Through a comprehensive physical examination, or coupled with further examinations, such as x-rays, rhinoscopy, CT scans, laboratories, etc., doctors often can provide you the best therapy. Some initial handling steps you can take are:
Stay away from contact with excessive dust and cold temperatures. Expand to rest More diligently consuming warm water, can also add lemon, honey, or ginger. Consume more fruits that are rich in vitamin C Stay away from cigarettes and the smoke. nasal cavity and potential transmission of the disease to others around you Take first paracetamol medication to relieve pain in your forehead, cheeks, and jaw