Chronic Daily Headache
"Chronic daily headache" (CDH) refers to the unhappy situation in which headaches are present at least fifteen days per month. Headaches can even occur every day or almost every day.
Is this a Migraine Headache?
A migraine headache is a very painful, throbbing or pulsating headache that tends to recur. It is often associated with nausea, vomiting, sensitivity to light, sound, and smells.
All You Ever Wanted To Know About Migraine Headaches
To understand the worst type of headache, a migraine, it helps to have a basic understanding of why we experience headaches, what we can do about them, and what some of the misconceptions about headaches are.
What You Should Know about Aspartame and Migraines
If you had a migraine, it's better for you to avoid sodas. Diet sodas sweetened with aspartame, at any rate. In case that word doesn't ring a bell, how about NutraSweet? Equal? Little blue packages in the sugar bowl on restaurant tables?
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