Asked by Paul
Is There Any Sinus Problems That Can Cause High Blood Pressure?
Are there any sinus problems that can cause high blood pressure? I live in a very dry climate now and I have developed sinus problems, high blood pressure, and migraines.
It is possible for pain (such as from a migraine) or infection to be connected to high blood pressure. I recommend discussing with your physician to determine an appropriate treatment plan. I can't think of any sinus issues that would cause the high blood pressure if they're not related to pain.
Here are some links on high blood pressure that you might find useful:
Sunshine to Lower Blood Pressure
Have High Blood Pressure? Don't Eat These Foods
10 Things to Do This Month to Lower Your Blood Pressure
All the best,
Lisa Nelson RD
7 Natural Ways to Lower Blood Pressure