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What are the causes of headache?
9 doctors weighed in

Dr. Albert Pizzo
Family Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: Headaches
There are many types of headaches and there are many causes of these headaches.
Please give more information concerning your headaches and the question you have.

In brief: Headaches
There are many types of headaches and there are many causes of these headaches.
Please give more information concerning your headaches and the question you have.
Dr. Albert Pizzo
Dr. Albert Pizzo
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Dr. Phil Zapanta
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
2 doctors agree
In brief: Broad question
Just like stomach pain has many causes, headaches can be due to many things.
It can be due to but not limited to the following: sinus pressure, sinus infection, ear infections, head trauma, migraines, stress, muscle tension, loud noise, alcohol, certain foods, eye strain, sleep deprivation, bleeding in the brain, brain tumors, brain infection and the list goes on.

In brief: Broad question
Just like stomach pain has many causes, headaches can be due to many things.
It can be due to but not limited to the following: sinus pressure, sinus infection, ear infections, head trauma, migraines, stress, muscle tension, loud noise, alcohol, certain foods, eye strain, sleep deprivation, bleeding in the brain, brain tumors, brain infection and the list goes on.
Dr. Phil Zapanta
Dr. Phil Zapanta
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Dr. Osman Farooq
Pediatrics - Neurology
In brief: Identify triggers
There are certain foods and aspects of lifestyle that can trigger or worsen headaches and migraines.
The best way to identify triggers is to maintain a headache diary and keep a list of foods eaten before your migraine. Common triggers include chocolate, caffeine, cheese, msg, processed meats, alcohol, smoking/being around smoke, stress, skipping meals, lack of sleep or too much sleep.

In brief: Identify triggers
There are certain foods and aspects of lifestyle that can trigger or worsen headaches and migraines.
The best way to identify triggers is to maintain a headache diary and keep a list of foods eaten before your migraine. Common triggers include chocolate, caffeine, cheese, msg, processed meats, alcohol, smoking/being around smoke, stress, skipping meals, lack of sleep or too much sleep.
Dr. Osman Farooq
Dr. Osman Farooq
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