Anxiety is characterized by extreme worrying or fear and is classified as a psychological disorder. Even so, there are a number of physical symptoms caused by anxiety. Anxiety sufferers frequently complain of headaches, caused by constant worrying and muscle tension.
What are Tension Headaches?
According to familydoctor.org, tension, or stress headaches are “a constant dull, achy feeling on both sides of the head.” These types of headaches can include tight feelings in either head...Read more
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February is just about upon us and this is frequently a time when Seasonal Affective Disorder or (SAD) is most prevalent. There have been... Read more »
Full Question: My name is Linda and I am 53 years old. I have had migraines for the past 18 years. I take Amerge 2.5mg to... Read more »
Frequent urination is best described as having to urinate so often that your activities of daily life and sleep are adversely affected. This... Read more »
A bronchdodilator is a quick-relief asthma medicine that relaxes the airways in the lungs so it's easier to breathe. They are often prescribed in... Read more »
June 7 - 13 is National Headache Awareness Week (NHAW) this year. A host of educational events and programs are happening around the country... Read more »