Why Does The Nose Secrete Odorless And Headaches?
The nose secretes odorless fluid and headaches. Initially itchy on the nose then sneezing until it hurts in the nose and continues to the head, throat feels very dry. When breathing feels pain in the nose to near the eyes.
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Complaints of sneezing, runny nose, sore throat, headaches in daily practice are often caused by acute inflammatory conditions in the upper respiratory tract covering the nose, sinus cavities, tonsils, pharynx, to the larynx. Children and adults generally experience 3-5 times the inflammation and infection of the upper respiratory tract including pharyngitis each year.
Risk factors include:
1. Decreased endurance
2. Residential density and high population density
3. Season / weather changes
4. Old age
Some specific causes that have similar complaints above such as:
Influenza or flu is an infectious disease caused by influenza viruses A, B and more rarely C. Perceived complaints are fever, dizziness, sneezing, coughing, sore throat, runny nose, nasal congestion, joint and body pain, headache, weakness.
Pharyngitis is inflammation of the pharyngeal wall (throat) caused by viruses, bacteria, allergies, trauma, irritants, and others.
Complaints that are felt include throat pain, especially when swallowing, fever, mucus from the nose, can be accompanied or without coughing, headaches, nausea, vomiting, weakness in the whole body, and decreased appetite.
Rhinosinusitis is a disease caused by inflammation of the sinus mucosa around the nose and nasal cavity. The main symptoms include nasal congestion, thick mucus from the nose or throat, facial pain and irritation. Other accompanying symptoms can include headaches, fever, bad breath, weakness, toothache, aching or feeling full of ear, and coughing.
If there is no evidence of germ infection based on physical and blood tests there is no need for treatment with antibiotics. Treatment is enough to ensure adequate hydration, rest, and nutritious food. Medication is given to relieve symptoms but is not given routinely for a certain period.
Do consult with your doctor for further evaluation.
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