Typically, patients who suffer from this condition have been on multiple bouts of
antibiotics with no result. They constantly are using nasal spray and other remedies
to "clear" their sinuses with rare success. An all too common cause, but rarely diagnosed
source of chronic sinus pressure is nerve irritation and muscle spasm of the upper neck.
The nerves that share information with the mucous membranes of your upper respiratory
tract originate from high up in your spinal cord. If these nerves are irritated due to
muscle spasm or joint locking, they will produce symptoms in your sinuses. Considering
antibiotics kill infection, if you have taken multiple bouts of antibiotics and you still are
suffering form sinus pressure, accept that the cause is probably not from an infection.
Patients who suffer from this condition usually experience significant relief after just one