Link Shown Between Sinusitis, Hay Fever, and Depression | Psychology Today

Sinusitis (inflammation of the sinuses) and hay fever (allergic inflammation inside the nose) can certainly make you feel under the weather. But could these common maladies actually contribute to depression? As surprising as that might sound, several recent studies indicate that your psychological health and your sinus and nasal health are connected.I first wrote about this unexpected link in a blog post nearly four years ago. Since then, the evidence for an association between sinusitis or hay fever and depression has only grown.

Read on: Link Shown Between Sinusitis, Hay Fever, and Depression | Psychology Today

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