Doctors say temperature swing may impact your health

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LINCOLN, Neb.-- As temperatures take a tumble this weekend, your sinus may not be in favor of the change.
Doctors say temperature swings can take a toll on your health. Doctors call it rhinitis. Dr. Kirk Kinberg with Allergy, Asthma and Immunology in Lincoln said it’s inflammation in the nose and sinus that's triggered by pollen and dust allergens and can also be caused by pressure and temperature changes.
He also said if you are congested with a stuffy nose, use a sinus rinse, moisturize your nostril and use medicated sprays when conditions are dry.