- Pain associated with frontal sinuses
- Difficulty in breathing
- Nasal discharge
- Loss of smell
- Cough that gets worse during the night
- Malaise (general ill feeling)
- Mild or high fever
- Sore throat
- Unpleasant or sour breath
- Feeling of pressure behind the eyes
- The most common causes of Frontal Sinusitis include viral, bacterial and fungal infections. However, viruses are the most common cause among the three.
- Other common causes leading to Frontal Sinusitis include air pollution, smoke, overuse of nasal decongestants, and certain airborne diseases such as hay fever.