I have been getting night time headaches for 1 year most nights. Once I get up, it goes away after half an hour or so, but then I am tired majority of the day. My CT scan was normal. My neurologist could not help me. Any suggestions would be appreciated. please help me! Sincerely, Mohzgan.
Since your doctor is unable to help you, it's time for you to see another doctor. Without being able to review your medical history and family medical history, fully discuss your symptoms with you, and examine you, there's not much anyone else can do directly for you. We truly wish we could tell you more, but there's really not much more we can say.
We can tell you that with Migraine and other headache disorders, CT scans and other imaging studies usually are "normal." That doesn't mean that you don't have a headache disorder that can and should be treated.
It may well ...
It's that time of the month again -- time for the May Headache and Migraine Disease Blog Carnival. This month's theme is Migraine and Exercise: How do you stay active?
Check out the May Headache Blog Carnival, Migraine and Exercise: How do you stay active?
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Generally speaking, a blog carnival is a collection of links to a variety of a blogs on a central topic.
Headache & Migraine Disease Blog Carnival has been created to
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Don't let yourself get dehydrated, even a little... This is important all year, but especially in the summer. You may hear or see news reports warning about dehydration and heat stroke. Heed them. Dehydration is a major headache and Migraine trigger for many people. WHAT you drink can make a difference, too. Large quantities of soda or regular iced tea, although summer favorites, have a great deal of caffeine. Lemonade is super unless citrus is a Migraine trigger for your or your stomach is sensitive to all the acid. Water is always a good choice! Also see Dehydration - An Avoidable Migraine Trigger. Be respectful and careful of the sun... Summer sun can be one of our worst enemies, and I'm not talking about sunburn, even though that can be a problem. Too much time in the summer sun is another serious headache and Migraine trigger. That doesn't mean we have to stay indoors. Try hats with broad brims that keep sun off your neck and upper chest and back as ...
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