I've had these symptoms on and off for several years. I've often thought they were stress related, but sometimes wonder if it is sinus or allergy related. Here are the symptoms: Face pain, especially behind my nostrils right above my teeth and sometimes right over my cheek bones and at times my upper gums burn. I don't think it is dental related. It is a burning sensation that makes me want to rub my face around my nostrils to eleviate the discomfort. There is no runny nose or anything and I've never had allergies. Though I am often dehydrated, just one of those people who doesn't drink a lot of water. The pain is just a annoying burning sensation. Appreciate any advice you can give.
hi , you might want to check out the environment you stay in, try to read this article, http://besthealthoptions.com/healt-topics/2006/07/26/airborne-chemicals-can-cause-fatigue, ive learned alot from it gud day!
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