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How Can Someone Recovering From A Stroke Get Rid Of The Headaches
How long will it take for a mild concussion to heal and what can I do to get rid of the headaches?
If someone is hurting all over, get cold and hot, has a headache and can't get rid of it what could be wrong?
FLU: All the symptom. S you describe could be because of flu. ...Read more
NSAID, sleep, etc: These general steps will help many headaches: 1. Avoid bright light and loud noise 2. Use an antiflammatory (NSAID) like prescription ketaprofen or otc Ibuprofen 3. Before 4 pm drink a caffeinated beverage5. Get an uninterrupted night of sleep 6. Exercise moderately before 2 pm 7. Identify and reduce your psychological stress 8. The supplement butterbur root recently has been found useful. ...Read more
Calm: It all depends on the cause of the headache. Most headaches respond well to relaxation, quiet and low light environment. Light massage (accupressure) can also be of benefit. Tylenol (acetaminophen) works well for most people if taken as directed. If your headache is chronic or much more severe than usual, you should contact your primary care doctor. ...Read more
What is causing them: Headaches are often from the muscles of the head and face region and too often are related to problems with the joints, muscles and bite. Put your fingers over where you get the headaches and bite down. If you feel the muscles move, then look into the joint, muscle, and bite (TMJ) as a possible cause. Treat the cause, not the effects. ...Read more
Headaches in youth:
simple ways to get rid of common headaches is to make sure you are well rested and well hydrated. If you have eye strain you may need to rest your eyes as well or to see an eye doctor (bad eyesight is a common reason for headaches in the young). ...Read more
Headache remedies: Rest, relax, close your eyes while either lying down or sitting in a dark room. Ice packs or heat-steamy shower or warm bath. A massage with or without pressure point focus on painful areas of your head. Light exercise can release endorphins (body's natural painkillers). Aromatherapy (eucalyptus, pepermint, sandlewood, lavender) is also very popular. ...Read more
There are many causes; in fact there are neurologists who specialize in headaches. Of course there are different ways to cure them deprnding on what causes them and they can be caused by everything from stress to really serious physical disorders.
If they're enough to concern you, they're worth getting expert advice. Start with your dr who should diredt you or refer you to someone who will help. ...Read more
Headaches: For many people especially migraine sufferers sleep and rest in a darkroom will be beneficial. Always see a doctor if your headache does not resolve within several days. If the headache is unusually severe you should see a doctor right away.Tylenol (acetaminophen) or anti-inflammatories may help as well. I like good old advil. ...Read more
Hypoglycemic headach: When something causes a rapid drop in blood sugar, the brain will initiate various mechanisms to raise it. One of the symptoms of low blood sugar is a mild, dull headache. Eating something to raise your blood sugar should resolve it. In the future steer clear of foods/beverages high in sugar. Research the "glycemic index" to find carbs that will avoid that. ...Read more
Constant headaches: It helps to know what kind of headaches you have first. Tension headache? Migraine? Paroxysmal hemicrania? Something else. We cannot expect you to make the diagnosis. It would help for you to work with a medical provider who knows about headaches, so they can guide you through this. ...Read more
Definition: Chronic daily headaches is when there are more than 15 events in one month. So, start a preventative program to breakup this pattern. Several prescription meds may work, but also otc items of value. Talk to your doctor and start working with this. ...Read more
See below: I agree with dr. Ali. Chinese scalp acupuncture & auricular (ear) acupuncture are often quite beneficial. However, it you have recurrent severe headaches it is important to have these medically evaluated to determine the cause, the type of headache & an appropriate treatment plan. Take care. ...Read more
Pain treatment.: Unfortunately, although this is a simple question the answer is not. The key to treatment is an appropriate evaluation, the making of a diagnosis (there are many different types), and the development of a treatment plan for that diagnosis. Over the counter analgesic medications may provide short term relief. Persistent headaches require an evaluation by an appropriately trained provider. ...Read more
Find the cause: Constant headaches are more than just a pain. They are telling you that something is not working right. Why not and what is wrong are what you need. If the pain is coming from muscles (probably) then you have to find out why the muscles are cramping. You may wish to look into your bite, joints and muscles (TMJ) as this may be a possible answer. ...Read more
DDS and MD: Regarding the toothache, you'll have to see a dentist to determine the cause & have it treated accordingly. Regarding the headache, if you suffer from chronic headaches or simple otc medications does not relieve it, you should see a physician as headaches may be a symptom of other underlying medical issues. The two may or may not be related. Pain medication only covers up & does not fix any problem. ...Read more
Possibilities: You could consider biofeedback therapy, which has a long history of helpful results with headaches. Board certified biofeedback therapists can be found via: http://www. Bcia. Org/i4a/pages/index. Cfm? Pageid=1 certification is important because states may not regulate who calls himself/herself a biofeedback therapist. Also see http://www. Aapb. Org/i4a/pages/index. Cfm? Pageid=3281. ...Read more
Headaches: There are different approaches to different kinds of headaches. For all, adequate and healthy restorative sleep is imperative. Regular exercising with deep breathing and relaxation also help. Relieving neck tension by massage can help. If migraines, to prevent use a combination nutraceutical with magnesium, vit b2 (riboflavin), coq10, feverfew and/or butterbur (herbs). ...Read more
Just rest: And a good nights sleep can help. Some people use herbal remedies. Some of this is placebo effect. Sometimes just having your friends over and feeling happy can reduce headaches. But headaches if they persist or combined with other neurological symptoms need to be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
See your doctor: These symptoms can only be adequately diagnosed only after a thorough evaluation by your doctor. This may include labs and other satudies. Once all of the information is in, your doctor can let you know what's going on, and what to do to help you. ...Read more
Well it might be a s: Sign if you get headaches a lot that there is something causing the headaches. I think if they do not go away with minor otc medication you should see a doctor and make sure there is no other neurological underlying disorder. ...Read more
Depends on Cause: Most common headaches are caused by stress/strain/tension on the muscles. You can sometimes find the muscle that is stressed in the back of your neck and rub it or possibly massage your temples or apply pressue to the tension or "trigger" point. Your md, dentist or massage therapist can help you located the triggers you have and self-massage often can bring relief quickly. ...Read more
Find the cause:
If you are properly evaluated looking for the cause of your headache, the proper treatment can be given.
See a doctor to find out if the cause is neck problems, sinus infection, migraines, allergy or other caused. Treat the cause and not the pain symptoms and get rid of the problem ...Read more
Get checked out: A good start at finding potential headache triggers would be to maintain a diary. Every time you have a headache write down what you were doing, the foods you ate that day, alcohol, smoking, caffeine, stress, how much sleep you had the night before, eye strain, etc. Try to find patterns in your headache so that you can learn what things to avoid. Get checked by your doctor. ...Read more
Headaches - if it is a habitual headache, try Acetaminophen or ibuprofen, cool compress to the head. If chronic or worsening, see doc.
Masturbation - that's a debatable question. I would not recommend it to anyone. There's no definition of excessive masturbation as far as the # of times in an individual, but excessive masturbation can be a problem. ...Read more
Daily Headaches: Usually are from tension/stress or related to migraine or allergy. If you are having daily headaches you need to talk to your md to figure out the cause to find the best way to treat them. The headaches are more likely a symptom of something else that leads to the headache. ...Read more
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