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Neurologists say they’re common and usually flare up as the plane is landing.

That’s because, as the cabin pressure drops as the plane descends, it can create pressure in the sinuses, triggering head pain.

So, how can you arrive at your destination headache-free? Doctors say about an hour before landing, take an anti-inflammatory painkiller, like ibuprofen or naproxen. And use a nasal decongestant spray to open up your sinuses so they depressurize as the plane descends.