You are suffering. Is it a cold or the flu? Learn the similarities – and differences.
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Your head aches, your nose is clogged, and your throat is sore. All you want to do is crawl into bed and sleep. But that's the problem—you can't sleep, because your symptoms are making you feel miserable.
When people list the main cold symptoms, most include congestion, runny nose, fatigue and watery eyes. Interestingly, pain isn’t often mentioned.
Advil Cold & Sinus provides proven pain relief, with an added decongestant that reopens airways and allows the cold-sufferer to breathe easier.
Headaches are among the most common minor health problems. Tension headaches, which are the most common, account for 90% of all headaches.
To relieve headache pain, you exercise, rest, correct bad physical habits, avoid provocative substances in your diet and surroundings, and take an analgesic such as Advil.
A migraine is much more than a headache. It's prompted by biochemical changes in the brain that cause the arteries in your head to narrow (constrict) and then widen (dilate).
Although doctors do not yet understand the exact causes of migraines, they are related to changes in the brain and linked to genetics, physiology, emotions and environment.
A migraine is more than a bad headache. Migraine attacks cause terrible, throbbing pain, and symptoms such as nausea and sensitivity to light and sound.
The sinuses are a system of connected hollow spaces in the skull, linked to the nasal passages by small channels.