This condition, where headache
remedies cause headaches
, is called "medication overuse headaches
If you've tried at least two preventative medications and are still having frequent headaches
, and/or you still have debilitating migraines regardless of prescribed medications, it's time to see a headache
prevalence is high in people over the age of 70, ranking as the tenth most common symptom among elderly women.
Such momentary events might not be evident as miniature strokes but could still set off abnormal neurological activity that leads to aura and other symptoms associated with migraines, says neurologist Stephen Landy, who runs the Wesley Headache
Clinic and teaches at the University.
It is during dilation that a headache
sufferer feels pain.
The National Headache
Foundation recommends these eight tips to avoid those holiday headaches
12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The National Headache
Foundation is pleased to announce that Lars Bendtsen, M.
In regard to sinus headache
, the International Headache
Society (IHS) classification states that chronic sinusitis is not a cause of headache
and facial pain unless it relapses into an acute sinusitis (Expert Rev.
It's an added piece of information suggesting that we need a comprehensive approach in how we treat our headache
patients," he said at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Did you know that while most people celebrate the start of Summer on June 21, nearly 1 million Americans are facing the debilitating pain of cluster headaches
due to Earth's shift towards the sun?
Thirty minutes after taking his first sildenafil pill, he experienced a typical cluster headache
attack characterized by right periorbital and right-sided stabbing pain accompanied by redness and tearing of the right eye and right naris congestion.
CAUSED by dehydration, low blood sugar or dilated blood vessels.
3 percent and 4 percent increase in the number of headache
days in a month, respectively for each group.
Those with tension-type headache
rated their stress at an average of 52 out of 100.
Occasionally, though, a headache
is a symptom of a serious illness, such as meningitis or a brain haemorrhage, and requires urgent medical attention.