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Why Do Headaches Go Away When You Sleep
Tension Headache: It usually means you have a tension headache
What kind of headache is it if it doesn't go away after a night of sleep? Bad headache all day wake up next morning still have headache
Migraine: The headache classification committee defines migraine as an idiopathic recurring headache disorder with attacks lasting 4 to 72 hours (if untreated or unsuccessfully treated). Migraine attacks can occur at any time but most frequently are present upon arising. The vast majority of patients complain of nausea, which is accompanied by vomiting in half the patients. Rec. See orofacial pain doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
Headache won't go away even after sleeping. Don't wanna rely on OTC cause I'm trying to avoid rebound headache. Will exercise help/worsen the headache?
Depends: If this is an issue that happens quite regularly, I would advise seeing a dr. There is also "headache induced exercise, " which could actually make things worse. See a dr. Before experimenting too much. Not all otc meds contribute to headaches, but the best treatment would normally be no meds.
Headache at my temples for three days. Water, sleep, food, exercise, meds won't make it go away. Not super painful, just annoying. Help?
Get headaches all the time I take aspirin to make it go away and even try to sleep it off still have a headache what could be wrong?
Headache: You should talk to your doctor about them or see a neurologist, you may have migrainesor tension headaches, the causes are numerous and the treatment differs.
Started taking fluoxetine 7 days ago and I've had some nasty headaches for 2 days now will they go away mainly at night before sleeping then occur?
I have been having headaches for the past 2-3 months everyday with nothing making them go away except for me going to sleep. I have tried medications but the only over the counter one I have found that helps is aleve although all it does is make it lessen
See a neurologist: You need to see a neurologist. This myabe Migraine but it can occur for many other reasons and can be present for very serious reasons.
I get bad headaches in my forehead while im sleeping, after I get up they tend to go away after about an hour. What could it be from?
Do u snore?: Do you awaken refreshed? Do you have a bed partner who would know if you have irregular breathing or stop breathing or gasp at night? Are you a restless sleeper? You could have sleep apnea. Have you had a physical and know that your blood pressure is good? Do you sleep in a funny position? If you continue with this problem you should see your doctor.
I sneezed a few times last night and now have a terrible headache around my left eyebrow and it hurts to touch it. I couldn't sleep it was that bad. I was wondering whether this will go away on its own or whether I will need medical attehntion. I believe
Chronic fatigue that doesn't go away from sleeping. Nothing can wake me from sleep, so naps last all day. Intense headaches upon awakening no meds help.
See answer: Chronic fatigue and headaches may be due to a number of causes. A brief physical exam and lab screen should be done to look for possible causes. Depression can cause chronic fatigue. To see causes of fatigue go to>http://bit. Ly/1FYjQAb to learn about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome go to>http://bit. Ly/1FYjQAb I believe this information will be helpful. Hopefully you will feel better soon.
Chronic headache in front of head that doesn't go away w pain killers, back pain when changing position, and severe fatigue no matter how much I sleep?
I get headaches, numb arms & ringing in my ears after simple physical activities such walking in mall, headaches usually go away after I sleep?
See doctor: This is not normal and there are certain serious conditions that can cause those symptoms. See a physician for an evaluation asap to rule out a serious condition.See 1 more doctor answer
I get woke up from a headache almost every day and pain medications aren't helping. Sometimes they go away and others they last until in asleep again.
Get checked: Persistent headache warrants an immediate emergency room referral and evaluation.
I am sorry, can't: Diagnose headache type with this information. If you are having frequent or chronic headaches please see your physician or a neurologist to accurately determine which type of headache it is.
Always when im go to sleep I have a headache at the right back side I can't sleep because of it what could be it?
Usually when I go to sleep my headache goes away but lately it's been persisting until the next morning, is this normal?
No it's not normal.: Migraine headaches, and tension headaches (sometimes considered a form of migraine) can sometimes last for days. These should probably be treated by a doctor. There are medications which can stop these headaches. A migraine that lasts too long can be dangerous.See 1 more doctor answer
When I go to sleep, I have a headache. It hapen always. I have done the analysis but that say that this is normal. What can I do?
As above: See u physician for evaluation and work up.
Could you please tell me why I wake up some mornings with a nervous headache. I take 50mg Amityripiline going to bed for sleep. Thanks?
Please repost: And describe or explain what you mean by "nervous headache." The phraae does not really convey any useful information.
I have headaches that I think they may caused by stress! I study hard and I sleep 5-6h a day, it comes suddenly then it goes away. What can I do for that?
Tips: I congratulate you on your strong study ethic. It would behoeve you to take breaks every hour - drink some water, walk around, stretch. Additionally, stretch even when you are sitting at a desk or computer. At age 17, you need more than 5 to 6 hours of sleep per night. Aim for 8 hours, insure you are eating healthfully. Try to be physically active every day. Consider adding in yoga or tai chi.See 1 more doctor answer
What kinds of noises: "noises" can be all different kind. If you can be more specific in describing them, your docs can be more helpful to you. I would try to see a neurologist as soon as I can if I were you. If all this is recent onset (days or weeks), I would not wait for an appointment - just go to the er. This can be something serious like a dural fistula or avm (as worst case scenario).
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