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Can I use magnesium tablets for tension headaches?

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Dr. Olav Jaren
Neurology
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In brief: You may but=

magensium is more helpful for preventing migraine headaches.
The typical dose is 500 mg once a day. Tension headaches normally improve with resting, stretching, ibuprofen, and sometimes amitripyline.

In brief: You may but=

magensium is more helpful for preventing migraine headaches.
The typical dose is 500 mg once a day. Tension headaches normally improve with resting, stretching, ibuprofen, and sometimes amitripyline.
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