Headache Treatment Secrets
Migraines and other types of headaches don't have to put you on the sidelines. Learn what to watch for, and what to do, and you'll be ready to stop a headache before it stops you.
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What's the difference between migraines and headaches?
Headache characteristics can include dull, constant, usually non-throbbing pain in the forehead, nasal area, cheek, eyes, and sometimes the top of the head . . .
- Q Why should I keep track of my headaches?
- Q How does caffeine affect headaches?
- Q What are the dietary recommendations for someone with a migraine headache?
- Q Should I talk to my doctor about my migraine headache symptoms?
- Q What should I do if I'm pregnant and have headaches?
- Q I get tension headaches at the end of the day, what should I do?
- Q What happens during a migraine attack?
- Q What are the phases of migraines?
- Q How can I treat migraine at home?
- Q How can I prevent migraines?
No matter what kind of headache plagues you, stay pain-free with these headache management tools.
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Diet Tips for Headache Relief
Pack your diet with healthy minerals such as magnesium, and vitamins such as riboflavin, to treat your headache pain.
Migraine Tricks and Treats
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The experts at Sharecare give advice on how to stop that next headache in its tracks because sometimes popping a pill might not always be the best answer. Find out which foods and beverages you should avoid to keep headaches away, and which cutting-edge treatments are available to treat migraines . . .