A sore throat, stuffy nose, and pain around your eyes and face can indicate that your common cold has turned into sinusitis. Sinusitis, also referred to as a sinus infection, occurs when your sinuses become blocked with mucus, thus allowing bacteria to accumulate inside of them.
In the video below, Heather Wibbels demonstrates how to give a lymph drainage massage. This lymph drainage massage technique helps relieve congestion from colds and allergies. In addition, Wibbels points out that the pressure in your head could be triggered by a lymphatic fluid build-up in your head. However, this gentle massage helps drain your head, and open the lymph nodes behind your ears and in your neck.