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 Difference between a migraine tension headache and a sinus headache?

Answer Migraine and sinus headaches are two fairly common maladies that can make life miserable. Though occasionally they are confused because of some similar symptoms, their causes and remedies are very ... Read More »
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Can someone tell me the difference between a migraine and a headache?

The typical migraine headache is unilateral and pulsating, lasting from 4 to 72 hours; symptoms include nausea, vomiting, photophobia (increased sensitivity to bright light), and hyperacusis (incre... Read More »
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What can I do to prevent another migraine/tension headache?

It’s probably stress related.Plagued with headaches from childhood to middle age I have had many different types: Migraines, Cluster, Allergic, Visual and mild. The following has helped me and ot... Read More »
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Is it possible to have a migraine and tension headache at the same time?

Absolutely, due to blood flow and tissue tension. Try cool compresses to the back of the neck, forehead and top of the shoulders while lying down in a darkened room.
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I had a migraine headache last sunday, here it is a week later and I still have a headache ?

If you have been taking alot of pain relievers throughout the week then it may be a rebound headache. Sometimes when I have a headache that lasts that long, I go to the chiropractor for an adjustme... Read More »
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