If you have a cold or flu, you're likely to have both a runny and stuffy nose. But these closely-related symptoms actually have slightly different causes, and one can occur without the other. Read on to learn about the difference between the two — and the best ways to find relief.
Why do I Have a Constant Runny Nose? | Mucinex®
No matter what you do, your nose just keeps on dripping — and the more you blow your nose, the tenderer it becomes.
5 Ways You Might be Making Your Sinus Infection Worse | Mucinex®
If you’re like most adults, your sinus infection arrived on the heels of a common cold or some other upper respiratory infection.
Can I Blow My Nose Too Much? | Mucinex®
Read on for more ways to get rid of your sinus pressure and nasal congestion.
How to Relieve Sinus Pressure to Help You Sleep | Mucinex®
Sinus pressure can feel like pins and needles when you’re trying to sleep. It’s hard to get comfortable, much less rest — and when you have a cold or sinus infection, you know you need plenty of that.