Fall means football, Big Tex, rain and unfortunately sinus pain.
When it rains outside, it means that a weather front is moving through Dallas, causing a drop in air pressure. As air pressure drops, patients who suffer from seasonal allergies and winter colds are at greater risk of developing sinus pressure headaches. Your headache is a result of air trapping within the sinus cavity and its expansion that exerts outward facial pressure as the barometer drops.
Don’t let sinus pressure headaches prevent you from enjoying your favorite fall past-times.
I can’t change the weather, but I can offer you relief from sinus pressure headaches with an “in-office” ballloon sinuplasty procedure. Let’s get you back on the road to a “winning” season, even if that doesn’t include your favorite football team.