Stress

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Stress can certainly result from dealing with many of the symptoms caused by sinus disease, allergies, and asthma. For example, constant throat clearing is stressful for both sufferers and the people around them. Snoring, sleep apnea, and fatigue will worsen stress. Conversely, stress can cause problems with sleep patterns.

Stress has also been found to worsen sinus problems. When you are stressed, your immunity can be compromised, making you more sensitive to sinus problems. And as your stress levels increase, you produce more stomach acids and your reflux can get worse, creating a vicious cycle, making you feel worse and emotionally anxious. Stress can flare asthma. And asthma can be quite stressful.

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