Headaches and sleep disorders often go hand in hand. Discover how headaches are related to sleep troubles — and how to treat these headache triggers.
Certain lifestyle changes — like avoiding MSG in food, limiting caffeine intake and taking certain supplements — may help some people prevent headaches.
Attention women. Do you feel more aches and pains as you age? Research shows that women (regardless of age) experience pain more often and differently than men do. Learn more!
It’s a rare occurrence, but a severe headache that comes out of nowhere could be an important warning sign from the brain that something is wrong.
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