Sinus congestion ( Rhinosinusitus ) or upper respiratory infection. Your sinuses are filled with mucus causing pressure and it is into your Eustation tubes and inner ear so it is affecting your balance. ( Pressure in the inner ear can rupture the eardrum.) See a Physician for decongestants and antibiotics, keeping an infection too long can affect long term hearing once it has entered the passages of the ear.
Sinusitis. If you're with a bad head ache and your nose is running, it's probably sinusitis. :)
Directly above it.
cause dizziness, headaches, nose bleeds, and can lead to a stroke.
Yes, it is below the forehead.
Metoporrhinous means having forehead nose (nose between the eyebrows on the forehead).
the change in pressure and dry air
Only if your mouth is on your forehead.
That can happen anytime that you blow your nose too hard, it is a normal response for the ear, because the air pressure inside the ear changes when you blow your nose, especially if you hold your nose closed or if you are congested, and that change in air pressure can cause dizziness. If it becomes frequent, see a doctor.
some of your skin on your forehead and is cut open and is shaped in to a nose and is added on to the nose part .x
Nose, then forehead
Sinus pressure builds up from accumulated mucus that irritates the inside of the nose and causes sinus pressure. From there you have a full blown cold and can break down the mucus with medication.