I had alot of anxiety last month and got a bad sinus infection, and now have ear, neck and jaw pressure. I started prednisone and that helped for a few days and felt better. But then I went out and drank some beer and now the inflammation has returned. You can create allergy affects from high anxiety and your sinuses could be inflamend causing pressure on your nerves inside your face and neck which can cause transference pain. If you talk to the doctor about this he should give you some drugs to relax you and prednisone to help with the inflammation. But this is all just a guess on my part, but for sure the prednisone helped me and then after drinking it came back, I know that drinking causing swelling so it makes sense.
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