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How do vasoconstrictors help relieve a vascular headache?
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Dr. Lori Wagner
Internal Medicine
In brief: Decrease pull
The theory behind vascular or migraine headaches is that the blood vessels in the covering of the brain (meninges) are dilated and pull on it, causing pain.
The vasoconstrictors reduce this.

In brief: Decrease pull
The theory behind vascular or migraine headaches is that the blood vessels in the covering of the brain (meninges) are dilated and pull on it, causing pain.
The vasoconstrictors reduce this.
Dr. Lori Wagner
Dr. Lori Wagner
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