Far and away, the most common headache is called the stress headache. So, what causes these stress, or tension, headaches?
The American Academy of Neurology warns that the risk of using opioids for headache, back pain and other chronic pain is not worth the risk.
Do you suffer from what you think are sinus headaches on a regular basis? There are several possible things that are happening.
If you are a migraine sufferer and you notice that your headaches occur at the same time each month, you may have what is called a menstrual migraine.
There have been numerous studies about chronic fatigue syndrome but no one is quite sure what causes it. In fact, it is often a diagnosis made when other common causes of fatigue are ruled out.
A small Belgian study suggests patients may be able to prevent migraines by simply wearing a nerve stimulation device for 20 minutes a day.
There are many causes of a headache but one of the most commonly overlooked is poor vision that is not treated with glasses. The group that is most affected are children in grade school.
If you are suffering from migraines and simply just reacting to them, try and take control and hopefully prevent the symptoms.
Reducing stress is believed to have multiple health benefits.
Menstrual migraines are one of the most common causes of headaches in the world.
Nearly 30 million Americans suffer from migraine headaches. And for some, medication doesn’t help.
Whether you are an athlete, a weekend warrior, or somewhat sedentary, the importance of taking the time to stretch cannot be overstated.
If you are one of the 76 million Americans who suffer from chronic pain, remember the best treatments may have nothing to do with medication — exercise, massage and relaxation techniques can help.